Brèves / 21.01.2016

Palmarès 2015 (3/4)

Comme l’an dernier, Soul Bag publie son palmarès. Les collaborateurs de notre magazine ont donc choisi les albums, DVD, livres et prestations scéniques qui les ont le plus marqués en 2015. Troisième partie.


Éric Doidy


1. Gary Clark Jr. / “The Story of Sonny Boy Slim” (Warner)

2. Shemekia Copeland / “Outskirts of Love” (Alligator)

3. Cedric Burnside Project / “Descendants of Hill Country” (Autopublié)

4. Wee Willie Walker / “If Nothing Ever Changes” (Little Village Foundation)

5. JJ Grey & Mofro / “Ol' Glory” (Provogue)

6. Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters / “Father's Day” (Stony Plain)

7. John Mayall / “Find A Way To Care” (40 Below)

8. Buddy Guy / “Born To Play Guitar” (RCA)



1. “The Rise & Fall of Paramount” (Revenant / Third Man)

2. Chuck Berry / “Rock & Roll Music, Any Ole Way You Choose It” (Bear Family)

3. Junior Wells / “Southside Blues Jam” (Delmark)

4. “American Folk Blues Festival 1962 – Live in Paris” (Frémeaux & Associés)

5. The Staple Singers / “Freedom Highway Complete” (Epic-Legacy)



1. Mr. Sipp

2. Son Little

3. Songhoy Blues


Blue Planet

1. Awek / “9” (Autopublié)

2. Philippe Ménard / “No Capital Crime” (Autopublié)

3. Steve Verbeke / “Deuxième Tiers” (Autopublié)



1. The Robert Cray Band / “4 Nights of 40 Years Live” (Provogue)

2. “Selma” (d'Ava DuVernay)

3. Taste / “What's Going On – Live at the Isle of Wight” (Eagle)



1. Lil' Ed & the Blues Imperials

2. Marcia Ball

3. Ginger Baker' Jazz Confusion feat. Pee Wee Ellis

4. Chris James, Patrick Rynn & Ken Saydak (tournée Chicago Blues Festival)



Nicolas Burgot


Wee Willie Walker / “If Nothing Ever Changes” (Little Village Foundation)

Eddie Cotton / “One At A Time” (DeChamp)

Jon Cleary / “Gogo Juice” (FHQ)

Eugene Hideaway Bridges / “Hold On A Little Bit Longer” (Armadillo)

Swamp Dogg / “The White Man Made Me Do It” (Alive Naturalsound)



Lowell Fulson / “Reconsider Baby – Complete Checker 1954-1962” (Jasmine)

Jackie Wilson / “NYC 1961-1966” (Ace)

Jackie Moore / “The Complete Atlantic Recordings” (Real Gone)

Warren Storm / “The Bad Times Make The Good Times” (Ace)



Mr Sipp

Lara Price



Alain Tomas


Christian Scott Atunde Adjuah / “Stretch Music” (Musicast)

Bettye LaVette / “Worthy” (Cherry Red)

Mighty Sam McClain & Knut Reiersrud / “Tears of the World” (ACT)

Cécile McLorin Salvant / “For One To Love” (Harmonia Mundi)

Jackie Payne / “I Saw The Blues” (Blue Dot)

Tad Robinson / “Day Into Night” (Severn)

Shemekia Copeland / “Outskirts of Love” (Alligator)

Harrison Kennedy / “This Is From Here” (Dixiefrog)



Bobby Bland / “That's The Way Love Is – Two Steps From The Blues + Here's The Man!!!” (Jasmine)

Slim Harpo / “Buzzin' The Blues – The Complete Slim Harpo” (Bear Family)

Wynonie Harris / “Don't You Want To Rock? The King and Deluxe Acetate Series” (Ace)

Jackie Wilson / “NYC 1961-1966” (Ace)

Quincy Jones / “Live in Paris 1960” (Frémeaux & Associés)



A Gospel Story (Jean Buzelin et Wozniak, Difymusic)

Talk That Music Talk – Passing on brass band music in New Orleans the traditional way

 (Bruce Sunpie Barnes et Rachel Breunlin, Uno Press)

The Original Guitar Hero and The Power of Music – The Legendary Lonnie Johnson, Music and Civil Rights (Dean Alger, University of North Texas Press)



American Gospel Jr, Jazz à Juan



Jules do Mar


Nathaniel Rateliff & Night Sweats / “Nathaniel Rateliff & Night Sweats” (Caroline-Stax)

Blick Bassy / “Ako” (No Format)
Songhoy Blues / “Music in Exile” (Transgressive)

Jon Cleary / “GoGo Juice” (FHQ)

Ibeyi / “Ibeyi” (XL)

Alabama Shakes “Sound & Color” (Rough Trade)



-“The One-Derful! Collection” (Vol. 1 et 2) (Secret Stash)

Robert Palmer / “Sneakin Sally Trough The Alley” / Culture Factory

Eddie Bo / “Baby I'm Wise – The Complete Ric Singles 1959-1962” (Ace)

Staples Singers / “Freedom Highway Complete” (Epic-Legacy)

The Notations / “Still Here: 1967-1973” (Numero Group)



Bror Gunnar Janson (scène)

Songhoy Blues (scène)



Little Boy Blue (jeu de cartes réalisé par Julien Mortimer, Éditions du Trainailleur)

Four Roses (Baru et Jano, Futuropolis)