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What the critics are saying about "Sometimes I Wonder"

Living Blues Magazine
"This is a very solid debut for Bonds, called "Gator Mouth." Bonds has a big, shouting voice. The playlist, apparently all originals, brings out touches of Albert King, Luther Allison, and Magic Slim. Some of the best moments, though, come on Killing Me, a very fine soul ballad that recalls Luter Ingram's If Loving You is Wrong (I Don't Want To Be Right)."

Mark Smith, the Blues Pilot, 88.9 KJLU Jefferson City Missouri
"[Sometimes I Wonder] will be included in heavy rotation. Very tasty ear candy that strikes you deep intor your blues roots, with a touch of funk and kind of reminiscent of the Stax R & B days. Guaranteed to make the blues world take notice. "

MSSHD - Bob's Pic's of the Month
"Here we have one of the most traditional blues singers an dplayer to come along for some time. It just reminds you of BB Kind but (no disrepect to BB) he seems to rock a bit more. Maybe it's the band. The're a tight unit and I like the sound the emit. At least four songs on this collectio are going to make you get out of your chair and start dancing. The rest will just make you listen. I think Georgie ways it best. 'We've always got some blues for your soul and soul for yor blues.' Sorry Baby is my personal favorite. It's hot! Get your copy today."

Richie Babb, Program Director, WFOS-FM, Chesapeake, VA
"I just got the Georgie Bonds CD this week. I love it. I added several cuts today. Billy Diamond Down, Sometimes I Wonder, Tell Me One More Time, Killing Me, and Don't Ask Me for No Money are in regular rotation. Sorry Baby is in hot rotation. This CD will definitely make our January Top 25 report to Living Blues… Keep up the good work."

The Blues Authority, Bucks County Blues Society
"With his marvelous voice, equally infused with joy and pain, and his excellent, aptly named band, Georgie Bond's desire to sare the legacy comes through in each performance. "

Jos Van Den Boom, Crossroads, Brto-radio, Holland
"…all very soulfull, played with a lot of horns, and sung by Georgie himself with his fantastic, powerfull voice. Unlike most other bluesmusicians Georgie's sings not to dwell on his misfortunes, but to celebrate his survival. So, his device is: we've always got some blues for your soul, and soul for your blues! Maybe because of that, the music of Georgie Bonds is more accessible to the general public.""


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