Tag Archives: Mick Clarke


August 19, 2020

Rockfold 2020 A salty dog of British blues serves up arguably the best album of his solo career. Last decade has seen release records on a yearly basis, and while his chosen genre doesn’t seem to invite much variety, each … Continue reading

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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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