MAGGIE BELL Live Boston USA – 1975


…captures her in typically feisty form…her passionate performance of songs such as ‘Wishing Well’ and ‘Penicillin Blues’ will have devotees thirsting for more from this criminally undervalued performer

Kevin Bryan, Belfast Telegraph (June 2003)

It’s a great representation of what made Maggie Bell one of, if not THE best British female vocalists of any era wuth the sheer power of her gritty vocals being ideally suited to her blues-based material…

This is ballsy, no frills Blues Rock which really punches its weight.

Steve Ward, Classic Rock Society (July 2003)

…it does manage to convey a performer happily driving a band and raucous crowd through their paces…A valid release, capturing one of Scotland’s great singers…

Feedback (July 2003)

…To say this album was recorded back in 1975 seems like a misprint to me, I would be happy to go out tomorrow and listen to a concert like this…this is one great live album

Modern Dance (Issue 45)

…fills a long-yawning void in the Stone The Crows-and-beyond vault, an eight track set that highlights both the old band’s material plus material from her two solo albums-to-date…

Jo-Anne Greene, Goldmine(August 2003)


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