Al Gold: Al Gold’s Paradise

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So where is Al Gold’s Paradise? Based on the evidence from this album, it’s somewhere inside a roadside bar, filled with plenty of beer, a pool table or two, tough but welcoming locals and a cramped stage packed with a bunch of top-flight musicians playing the blues. That’s certainly the feeling that Al Gold’s Paradise evoked in this listener. Al Gold’s Paradise is a studio album, but manages to capture the atmosphere of a low-key live gig with deceptive ea
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