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MICK CLARKE – Bent Frets

April 6, 2018

Rockfold 2018 Board out of shape but not bored out of mind: blues maven delivers one of the finest albums in his five-decade long career. This album’s predecessor was called to make obvious the fact that ain’t gonna stop searching … Continue reading

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Mick Clarke: From “Killing Floor” To “Bent Frets”

January 20, 2018

In ‘s world new year means new album – with the same color, of course, as his chosen genre, blues, dictates, although with a different, hue. “Bent Frets” that follows up 2017’s – available for download now at all major … Continue reading

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MICK CLARKE – Diggin’ Down

August 2, 2017

Rockfold 2017 So deep it hurts: British blues miner gets to the bottom of a mood. Devised as an instrumental enterprise, this project lost its initial intent almost right away, because wouldn’t get in the way of a good song, … Continue reading

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THE MICK CLARKE BAND – Ruff ā€™nā€™ Roar – Live At Scratchers

February 29, 2016

Rockfold 2016 Caught red-handed, British bluesman gets down ‘n’ dirty on a killing floor. While many artists who emerged in the ’60s are content to rest on the blissful side of blues, is still demonstrating enviable vigor on its raw … Continue reading

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Mick Clarke Puts Out A Concert Album

January 20, 2016

One could say that  has been an immitigable life force since his days with KILLING FLOOR, but the guitarist’s officially recorded concert output is quite limited. In order to rectify the situation, the British blues veteran has come up with “Ruff’n’Roar – … Continue reading

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