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Jazz - To be released November 13, 2020 | Provogue

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Blues - Released March 13, 2020 | Provogue

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Blues - Released September 27, 2019 | Provogue

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War on her mind? Whatever Beth Hart’s mind-set was in Autumn 2019, the Californian tigress has long shown her feisty side without ever getting caught up in the clichés. With the album War in My Mind, she adds the finishing garnish to her classic rock’n'blues’n’soul cocktail by looking inwards and confronting her inner demons. “More than any record I’ve ever made, on 2019’s War In My Mind I’m more open to being myself on these songs”, she explains. “I’ve come a long way with healing, and I’m comfortable with my darknesses, weirdnesses and things that I’m ashamed on – as well as all the things that make me feel good.” On songs such as Bad Woman Blues, Let It Grow and Woman Down, Hart pours her heart out – without being overly gushy - and uses her voice as an irresistible magnet that pulls every word, every sentence, every chorus. The cherry on the cake is that we find Rob Cavallo behind the console, crafting a slick yet never rushed production. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz
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Blues - Released September 13, 2019 | Provogue

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Blues - Released September 13, 2019 | Provogue

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Blues - Released March 22, 2019 | Provogue

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Blues - Released January 25, 2019 | Provogue

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Blues - Released January 25, 2019 | Provogue

Bluesman Walter Trout returns with a record a little different than his usual output. Survivor Blues is comprised exclusively of covers, and he has chosen to record mainly obscure, old blues songs rather than more well-known picks. The album follows 2017's We're All in This Together and features his take on Jimmy Dawkins' "Me, My Guitar and the Blues." © Bekki Bemrose /TiVo
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Blues - Released November 30, 2018 | Provogue

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Beth Hart commands the stage with just one click of her fingers! The Californian tigress is still as feisty as ever without getting caught up in the clichés. In this live performance recorded on May 4th 2018 in London’s most prestigious setting, the Royal Albert Hall, she sets up her very own cabaret mixing blues, jazz and vintage soul. A woman who honours Nina Simone, Howlin’ Wolf, Dinah Washington, Buddy Guy and so many other key personalities of rhythm’n’blues, she shows us the full extent of her talent during this two-hour show. With a microphone to hand or sat behind her piano, what impresses us most is Beth Hart’s ability to mix all her musical influences and produce one very personal cocktail. Her secret? Her voice, of course. A kind of unstoppable magnet that pulls every word, every sentence, every chorus and which is made even more powerful by her contact with the audience. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz
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Blues - Released October 5, 2018 | Provogue

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Rock - Released August 10, 2018 | Provogue

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Rock - Released August 10, 2018 | Provogue

Arriving just a little over a year after an eponymous live album, High Water I is not only positioned as the first official studio album from the Magpie Salute, but as the initial installment of a two-part album. It's an auspicious beginning for a group led by two Black Crowes guitarists, but the Crowes always showed some measure of ambition, slowly expanding that ambition along with their musical horizons. High Water I doesn't find the Magpie Salute stretching out so much as embracing everything that Rich Robinson and Marc Ford already considered theirs, anchoring themselves on a Southern-fried rock that allows them to indulge in flower-powered country-rock, crunchy blues, back-porch picking, even a bit of funk. Apart from a creeping Lenny Kravitz-ism, all of this sounds very much like the Black Crowes, with new singer John Hogg nailing the Rod Stewart inflections of the absent Chris Robinson. On this level alone, High Water I will satisfy those fans who have been missing music that sounds like the Crowes -- it's much bolder and simpler than Rich Robinson's appealingly rambling Flux, for instance -- but it's also true that the Magpie Salute don't attempt to do much here but hit their mark with precision. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Blues - Released August 9, 2018 | Provogue

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Blues - Released July 13, 2018 | Provogue

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Blues - Released June 15, 2018 | Provogue

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Blues - Released May 25, 2018 | Provogue

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Blues - Released May 4, 2018 | Provogue

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Blues - Released April 13, 2018 | Provogue

Beth Hart is never out of the charts. Working solo or with Joe Bonamassa, the beauty is throwing out albums at an impressive rate. But her live recordings are somewhat rarer. After two live recordings in Amsterdam, the first at the Paradiso in 2005, the second with Bonamassa, her follower since 2010 and a tattooed Californian panther, she has brought out an American release, recorded for the show Front and Center, in the close atmosphere of New York's Iridium. A smoky vocal power sanctified in the intimacy of a jazz club will please the faithful. In it, the beautiful Hart shows off the spirit of her latest solo works Fire On The Floor, Jazz Man, No Place Like Home and Fat Man as well as older numbers like Baddest Blues, recalling the twenty-year stretch of hard happiness she sentenced us to. © Charlotte Saintoin/Qobuz
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Blues - Released March 29, 2018 | Provogue

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Blues - Released March 23, 2018 | Provogue