• Some words from the great US blues mandolinist Rich Del Grosso about Blood In My Eyes For You

    “I spent a whole weekend at the Juke Joint Fest (Clarksdale, MS) and I didn’t hear hill country music as good as this. Awesome! A great mix of grooves. You gonna get ‘em up and dancing with this one! And I love the little tastes of Yank (Rachell) that you throw in, sometimes mixed with Far Eastern melody bites. Love it!” – Rich Del Grosso, blues mandolin maestro & blues writer

  • English translation of new review in Lira, Swedish roots and world music magazine.

    REVIEW: LIRA ROOTS AND WORLD MUSIC MAGAZINE, SWEDEN September 2015

    Mandolin Blues.

    Following up his 2013 musical journey to Thailand, Bert Deivert has returned to his own roots, that is, blues, and with Swedish musical colleagues. It starts out on full speed with Baby Please Don’t Go and the songs that follow are pure classics except for a couple of Deivert’s originals. The whole album was recorded live in the studio with no overdubs, and you can hear that the band is rocking.

    At times I think that blues feels rather constrained in its structure, but I am caught up in the groove that Copperhead Run provides, where Deivert’s mandolin playing has a fresh feel and a fine contrast to Zander’s beautiful guitar playing. At times, as in Special Agent, the music gravitates towards bluegrass (mandolin!) which provides a change of pace. Some of the songs are also on Deivert’s more acoustic solo cd, KID MAN BLUES, which he released two albums ago, but it feels like these versions are more complements than reiteration.

    – Ulf Torstensson

  • Great new review in Lira, Swedish roots and world music magazine.

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