CHARTS

Muddy Gurdy classé premier chez Soul Bag!

La mention est “réservée aux disques qui font date”. C’est l’équipe de Soul Bag elle-même qui le dit et l’écrit… Et c’est la note réservée par le magazine à Muddy Gurdy, le second album d’Hypnotic Wheels, parti enregistrer dans le Mississippi au printemps 2017 avec des guests de fou dans le North Mississippi Hill Country: Cedric Burnside (petit-fils de R.L.), Cameron Kimbrough (petit-fils de Junior), Shardé Thomas (petite-fille d’Otha Turner). Ainsi que dans le Delta, avec Pat Thomas (fils de James Son), comme relaté en mars dernier.

La moyenne des notes attribuées par les chroniqueurs de Soul Bag, avec trois “Le Pied” et trois quatre-étoiles, classe même Muddy Gurdy en première place à la fin du premier semestre, avec une moyenne de 4,50 sur 5!

 

Still growing in the charts

Look, look, look… There it is —again and again. Hypnotic Wheels’ Muddy Gurdy album stays in Roots Music Reports’ charts, up three places in the Blues album category, in the week of March 17.

The album rates 15, up one place, in the Contemporary Blues album category.

As for the songs, “Leave Her Alone”, which the trio recorded with Cameron Kimbrough last year in Mississippi, is still in the charts, at #23 (up from #42) in the Contemporary Blues songs category, at #47 in the overall Blues songs category.

“Leave Her Alone” makes it into the charts

Several songs of the Muddy Gurdy album have entered the charts in just a few weeks after its release by Vizztone, on February 2.

Leave Her Alone, which the Hypnotic Wheels trio recorded with Cameron Kimbrough last year in Como, Mississippi, ranks #31 in this week’s Roots Music Report’s Contemporary Blues Song Chart.

In the Roots Music Report chart

Muddy Gurdy, Hypnotic Wheels’ new album, entered the Roots Music Report chart!

The album makes it to #18 in the Top 50 Contemporary Blues Album chart for the week of February 3, 2018, just a day after its release by VizzTone, on February 2, 2018.

Rollin’ and Tumblin’, R.L. Burnside’s cover, which the trio recorded last year in Como, Mississippi, with Cedric Burnside, appears at #15 in the Top 50 Contemporary Blues Song chart for the same week —in great company!