Hi Blues Army,

Here is a review of my CD “Blues Intervention” that is published in Penguin Eggs magazine – Canada’s leading folk, roots, and world music publication. I am a happy man !!! 🙂  Enjoy
Marshall Lawrence
Blues Intervention
With his second acoustic release, Blues Intervention, Marshall Lawrence has teamed up wth harmonica player Sherman (Tank) Doucette, who hs played with many blues greats including John Lee Hooker, and Russell Jackson – a former member of the B.B. King Orchestra – on standup acoustic bass.
Steeped in the traditional ‘30s and ‘40s delta-style country blues and roots, Blues Intervention, from start to finish, is 13 tracks of pure delight. Marshall Lawrence Ph.D. (self professed “doctor of the blues”) and past Maple blues Award nominee, has more than enough qualifications to easily prescribe a big dose of acoustic blues – prairie style – with his throaty voice, well-crafted songs and exquisite resophonic guitar. Blues Intervention is a brilliant mix of storytelling and traditional blues.
– By Phil Harries,
Penguin Eggs – the folk, roots, and world magazine – Tenth Anniversary Issue, Summer 2010
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