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Album Review

Homesick for the Road provides a showcase for three fine blues singer/guitarists. The recording is clean and crisp, as is typical of the Telarc label, and the music cooks from start to finish. This disc provides an excellent introduction to each performer, with ample opportunities for each to shine. Debbie Davies brings to mind Bonnie Raitt, with her appealing vocal timbre and bluesy delivery. The youthful Benoit sings with an authority beyond his 31 years, making Screamin' Jay Hawkins' classic "I Put a Spell on You" his own. Kenny Neal has the scruffy, soulful delivery of a man who knows what the blues are all about. His "I've Been Mistreated" sounds like a late '60s slice of Muscle Shoals soul. All three of the co-leaders are excellent guitarists, and the band is solid and tight. Homesick for the Road rolls down the car window for an enticing look at three relatively young performers carrying the blues torch into the future.

Customer Reviews


I have heard many albums from this artist, and this is good. A nice touch between country and blues.

Excellent Guitarwork!

The interplay, between Debbie, Kennie and Tab, on the vocals and on the guitars is beautiful (the song "Luberta" is a great example). Tab Benoit is the beat guitar player I've heard and/or seen in the last 30 years! The only problem is the volume is set too low and adjusting it higher in iTunes preferences was no help, what a shame.

"Still Called The Blues!"

.."I've Been Mistreated!"..Benoit; Davies and Neal sounds like a prestigious Boston Law Firm; But these three "Fine Fretmasters"can really "Lay Down The Law" of The Blues!-"Carrying The Blues Torch Into The Future" is very well put!-To show Respect for "The Masters"; Yet still be able to really "Bring It!" Today; Requires Dedication; Drive and Determination; Some qualities Tab; Debbie & Kenny have in Common!-Yes; Echoes of Greats gone by: Janis Joplin; Stevie Ray Vaughn & Otis Redding; But as one Tune states: "Deal With It!"-That Was Then & This Is Now!-{Love to hear them all playing together sometime!}-"Dig These New Blues!" Grimmbo.


Born: August 22, 1952 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Debbie Davies has brought a new sensibility to the blues. The former guitarist for Albert Collins & the Icebreakers, Fingers Taylor & the Ladyfinger Revue, and Maggie Mayall & the Cadillacs, an all-female band led by John Mayall's wife, Davies has continued to attract attention as the leader of her own group since 1993. "I believe my reputation backs up my ability to recognize exceptional blues," explained John Mayall during a early-2000 interview. "Such a one is Debbie Davies." Davies' 1993 solo...
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