…Cherry Lee Mewis really adds something to this album and for me the strongest number is her duet with Del on ‘What Comes Around’ with it’s killer guitar riff and harmonica work, you can really sense the chemistry between them in this slab of deep south style, swamp blues and I love some off the slide guitar work…a more than impressive album.

Classic Rock Society (September/October 2013)

Each track on the album is a good showcase for Bromham’s vocal and guitar playing. “The Ballad of JD”, the title track, “Nine Yards”, “Everybody has to Sing the Blues”, “Words”, “Bring Them Home”, “Smiling Face”, with its wonderful acoustic guitar, “Bills”, and the closer “Catch You When You Fall” are the best tracks on the album from my ears.

All in all a good introduction for me to this English blues legend. Give it a try if you are a blues fan that wants to hear a new voice and rhythm.

Sea of Tranquillity (September 2013)

…Del remains a force to be reckoned with, and his new Angel Air album delivers an arresting celebration of the power of the blues, whether it be the acoustic charms of the title tune or the more high octane delights of tracks such as “The Ballad of JD”, “Words” or “Don’t Throw Your Love Away”.

Kevin Bryan, Halesowen News (August 2013)


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