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Album Review

Little Mike & the Tornadoes don't alter their musical approach on Payday at all, but they don't need to — they deliver driving Chicago blues with no frills and lots and lots of passion. The group doesn't just churn out the same old covers, either — they tear through a set of 12 originals that are written in the style of classic '50s and '60s blues. Occasionally their songwriting falters, but never their performances. Every song is delivered with conviction, and Little Mike positively wails on both the piano and harp.

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What a shame

What a shame .... What happened ? We need more of this....nothing but $

Biography

Formed: 1990 in New York, NY

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s

Harmonica player and keyboardist Mike Markowitz, born in Queens, NY, and raised in New York City's burgeoning 1980s blues club scene, has made his mark in the blues world through a lot of hard touring and a bit of good, old-fashioned New York salesmanship, or "chutzpah." Born November 23, 1955, Markowitz cites his earliest influences as John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, and Little Walter Jacobs. In 1978, he formed his first blues band and began playing the blues bars around lower Manhattan, but his...
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