02 June 2020

France’s Blues Alive “Eliza Neals” CoverGirl & Review

“Released in April, this album is a real success. The Detroit singer, surrounded by fine triggers like the Mike Puwal, or even Derek St. Holmes. We offer a musical sampling ranging from blues rock, slow blues, feverish boogie and rhythm n blues. The voice of the American is powerful, but keeps a lot of feeling.”

Well the translation on Google is close enough to say YES! Thank You Blues Alive #39 June 2020 for choosing me as your cover girl… More of the review below:

“The musicians show themselves at the service of the artist and her songs. Their interventions are concise and precise. Joe Louis Walker sings in duet with Eliza on – The Devil Don’t Love You – and – Black Crow Moan – (my favorite title). By taking over – Ball and Chain – from Big Mama Thornton, she carefully avoids the plagiarism of Janis Joplin’s version. She makes it a successful and personal revisit. Nothing is missing from this CD in order to attract French programmers to think of this singer, for their future festival programming. An album to store next to – 10000 feet below”

Thank You Blues Alive seeing through the blues by committee record labels and letting the cream rise to the top! Thank you again for having me on your cover as well as the very hot review!