Tag Archives: Mick Clarke


November 5, 2015

Rockfold 2015 Change of pace for British blues stalwart. Intensity’s intact, though. There’s a punchline to each of ‘s recent albums which, at a record per year rate of late, amount to a solid stretch of creativity. From its very … Continue reading

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MICK CLARKE – Crazy Blues

September 3, 2014

Rockfold 2014 Former KILLING FLOOR axeman cuts deep and goes deliciously mad on the dozen of smoking tracks. You can’t go wrong with even when his endeavors turn mental like here, on the album which deliberately eschews the tentative elegance … Continue reading

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Mick Clarke drives his blues mad

May 12, 2014

Those who keep the records by KILLING FLOOR in high esteem may not be aware of the fact that the band’s leaderĀ  is still very much active. One of the best British blues guitarists, he’s not been slow in delivering … Continue reading

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MICK CLARKE – Ramdango

April 7, 2013

Rockfold 2013 Unapologetic lesson in rock history makes the best contender for the blues album of 2013. While many of his peers succumb to apathy induced by age or riches, the KILLING FLOOR operator prefers to play it down ‘n’ … Continue reading

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February 5, 2013

June 2008 Mick Clarke doesn’t seem to like the ‘guitar hero’ stance but he’s written some nice pages into the British blues history – first in the late ’60s with THE KILLING FLOOR and then with his own band. So … Continue reading

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