Showing posts from June, 2019

Jimmy Lee Morris Run To The Sun

Words were written by Anselm Anderson for Rambling Man's Reviews Jimmy Lee Morris is a British Singer/songwriter I have had the pleasure of writing a review for before, as a publisher for The Old School Projec t Morris is originally from East Sussex but now resides in Devon. He has been entertaining audiences over the past 30 plus years at various Folk clubs and festivals across Europe and the UK. Morris had previously released “Last  Of The Tall Ships ” last year, and now returns with his latest album  “  Run  To The Sun”, a n album full of heartfelt lyrics and feelgood tunes that this writer comes to expect from previous releases.  Morris blends pop, hard rock, blues and folk to create ten telling tracks full of  vigour  and energy.   I will be exploring the new release further in this review, which begins with the upbeat  Take that Away.  The album opens with a blues- fused groove fest that combines the  colourful  tones of keyboard with the ever-ascending guitar no

Allan James- Our dreams

Words were written by Anselm Anderson for Rambling Man's Reviews Allan James  is a much-accomplished singer-songwriter, based in Northern Virginia, USA James is a self-taught musician, who began playing guitar and singing songs aged 8 and by the time he reached his early teens, James had started to record and perform his original music for school, dances, and charities. James returned to the US following a successful stint as host of his own guitar TV show in Iceland, whilst living over there. Allan James achieved critical acclaim following the release of his debut single on local radio stations, as well as releasing  6 albums to date. James has always been at the forefront of utilizing technologies and using the internet to build a fanbase.  He now returns with " Our Dreams", the latest single off his forthcoming new album. A beautifully structured track that captures the soul with its succinct guitar play and poetic lyrics. The track conjures feelings of sereni