You picked “Talk About That” from blues master, JOHN MAYALL, as your favorite new release for the week of February 3, 2016.
What is your favorite new release for week of February 3?
- JOHN MAYALL, Talk About That (42%, 11 Votes)
- RON GALLO, Heavy Meta (38%, 10 Votes)
- JIMBO MATHUS, Solo Blues Guitar: Jimbo Mathus Performs The Replacements' Let It Be (15%, 4 Votes)
- DR. DOG, Abandoned Mansion (4%, 1 Votes)
Total Voters: 26
What is your favorite new release for week of September 15?
- THE TEXAS GENTLEMEN, TX Jelly (26%, 8 Votes)
- MARC BROUSSARD, Easy to Love (13%, 4 Votes)
- ANGUS & JULIA STONE, Snow (13%, 4 Votes)
- LARRY CAMPBELL & TERESA WILLIAMS, Contraband Love (13%, 4 Votes)
- DEER TICK, Deer Tick, Vol 1 + 2 (10%, 3 Votes)
- WILLIE WATSON, Folksinger Vol. 2 (10%, 3 Votes)
- SON LITTLE, New Magic (10%, 3 Votes)
- THE LONE BELLOW, Walk Into a Storm (6%, 2 Votes)
- EMILY HAINES, Choir of the Mind (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 31
Did we miss something? If you feel a new release is missing from our current poll, please let us know in the comments.
Readers’ Tops Winter 2017
- BRIGITTE DEMEYER AND WILL KIMBROUGH, Mockingbird Soul (65 votes)
- DELBERT MCCLINTON & SELF-MADE MAN, Prick of the Litter (14)
- VIVIAN COOK, The Long Shot (12)
- TIFT MERRITT, Stitch of the World (11)
- JOHN MAYALL, Talk About That (11)
- SUSTO, & I’m Fine Today (10)
- RON GALLO, Heavy Meta (10)
- BAND OF HEATHENS, Duende (9)
- BASH AND POP, Anything Could Happen (8)
- INFAMOUS STRINGDUSTERS, Laws of Gravity (7)
- SHOW PONIES, How It All Goes Down (5)
- JIMBO MATHUS, Solo Blues Guitar: Jimbo Mathus Performs The Replacements’ Let It Be (4)
- MICHAEL CHAPMAN, 50 (3)
- DEAD MAN WINTER, Furnace (3)
- DROPKICK MURPHYS, 11 Short Stories of Pain & Glory (2)
- MARK EITZEL, Hey Mr. Ferryman (2)
- JOSHUA RADIN, The Fall (2)
- HORSE THIEF, Trials and Truth (1)
- CHRIS THILE & BRAD MEHLDAU, Self-titled (1)
- DR. DOG, Abandoned Mansion (1)
Keep ’em coming. Your votes in our weekly Readers’ Pick poll help create these rankings. Many thanks!
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