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"My name is Stan. I'm a soul man, but I'm gonna sing the blues", growls Stan Mosely on "Blues Man", the second track off of No Soul, No Blues. You thought you knew the blues? You haven't heard anything until you've heard No Soul, No Blues! Hailing from the modern day Chitlin Circuit, the down and dirty soul blues of Stan Mosely is as real as real gets. Armed with a brawny baritone and a closet full of rhinestone encrusted jackets, Stan Mosely has been one of the hottest attractions on the modern day Chitlin' Circuit for over half a century. With nearly a dozen albums under his belt, Stan is a true veteran, and with the kind of charisma and energy he has, it's a shock he doesn't have more! Even just listening to No Soul, No Blues, it's immediately obvious that Stan is of the highest echelon of singers, successfully translating his invigorating live performances to studio sessions. But don't take my word for it! Set to be featured on the cover of Living Blues Magazine's December issue, the magazine has long praised Stan, with a longform interview in the issue further highlighting Stan and his dazzling music. The founders of P-VINE (and two of the men most knowledgeable about blues in Japan) themselves have called the music of Stan Mosely the best that blues has to offer right now! Pressed on limited edition vinyl with an obi-strip, No Soul, No Blues is sure to be one of the hottest blues records of the year - nay, the century! If I was you, I'd get my copy while I can, because these are going to be flying off the shelves!
"My name is Stan. I'm a soul man, but I'm gonna sing the blues", growls Stan Mosely on "Blues Man", the second track off of No Soul, No Blues. You thought you knew the blues? You haven't heard anything until you've heard No Soul, No Blues! Hailing from the modern day Chitlin Circuit, the down and dirty soul blues of Stan Mosely is as real as real gets. Armed with a brawny baritone and a closet full of rhinestone encrusted jackets, Stan Mosely has been one of the hottest attractions on the modern day Chitlin' Circuit for over half a century. With nearly a dozen albums under his belt, Stan is a true veteran, and with the kind of charisma and energy he has, it's a shock he doesn't have more! Even just listening to No Soul, No Blues, it's immediately obvious that Stan is of the highest echelon of singers, successfully translating his invigorating live performances to studio sessions. But don't take my word for it! Set to be featured on the cover of Living Blues Magazine's December issue, the magazine has long praised Stan, with a longform interview in the issue further highlighting Stan and his dazzling music. The founders of P-VINE (and two of the men most knowledgeable about blues in Japan) themselves have called the music of Stan Mosely the best that blues has to offer right now! Pressed on limited edition vinyl with an obi-strip, No Soul, No Blues is sure to be one of the hottest blues records of the year - nay, the century! If I was you, I'd get my copy while I can, because these are going to be flying off the shelves!
4995879079546
Stan Mosley - No Soul, No Blues

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Format: Vinyl
Label: P-VINE
Rel. Date: 07/07/2023
UPC: 4995879079546

No Soul, No Blues
Artist: Stan Mosley
Format: Vinyl
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"My name is Stan. I'm a soul man, but I'm gonna sing the blues", growls Stan Mosely on "Blues Man", the second track off of No Soul, No Blues. You thought you knew the blues? You haven't heard anything until you've heard No Soul, No Blues! Hailing from the modern day Chitlin Circuit, the down and dirty soul blues of Stan Mosely is as real as real gets. Armed with a brawny baritone and a closet full of rhinestone encrusted jackets, Stan Mosely has been one of the hottest attractions on the modern day Chitlin' Circuit for over half a century. With nearly a dozen albums under his belt, Stan is a true veteran, and with the kind of charisma and energy he has, it's a shock he doesn't have more! Even just listening to No Soul, No Blues, it's immediately obvious that Stan is of the highest echelon of singers, successfully translating his invigorating live performances to studio sessions. But don't take my word for it! Set to be featured on the cover of Living Blues Magazine's December issue, the magazine has long praised Stan, with a longform interview in the issue further highlighting Stan and his dazzling music. The founders of P-VINE (and two of the men most knowledgeable about blues in Japan) themselves have called the music of Stan Mosely the best that blues has to offer right now! Pressed on limited edition vinyl with an obi-strip, No Soul, No Blues is sure to be one of the hottest blues records of the year - nay, the century! If I was you, I'd get my copy while I can, because these are going to be flying off the shelves!
        
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