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Catfish Blues Review – Al Corté “Mojo”

Catfish Blues Review – Al Corté “Mojo”

This time we are with AL CORTÈ , veteran of the New York State Amateur Rhythm & Blues and doo-wop scene in the Sixties. A couple of years ago, Corté was the protagonist of an unexpected comeback, engaging a selection of...

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Peter “Blewzzman” Lauro Album Review – Mojo by Al Corté

Peter “Blewzzman” Lauro Album Review – Mojo by Al Corté

Al Corte’ “Mojo” Publicity: Blind Raccoon By Peter “Blewzzman” Lauro © November 2017 Al Corte’ doesn’t just believe in having something to fall back on, he believes in having many choices should he need to. That said, Al’s tried...

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Zic-A-Zac Album Review – Al Corté “Mojo”

Zic-A-Zac Album Review – Al Corté “Mojo”

CD REVIEW Al Corte’ Mojo He began as many American artists to sing in the choir of his parish and it is gradually that in the image of different members of his family he began to expand his field...

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“Keys and Chords the Netherlands” CD Review Al Corte’ / Mojo

“Keys and Chords the Netherlands” CD Review Al Corte’ / Mojo

Singer Al Corte’ is already 70 years old. As a teenager he sings in doowop bands in the 1960s, later rock ‘n’ roll and soulful blues bands like The Caveman and the Brass Tacks. When he moves to Florida...

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Nashville Blues Society Album Review – “Mojo” by Al Cort

Nashville Blues Society Album Review – “Mojo” by Al Cort

MOJO–LOVE THANG–MEMPHIS MOON–I’LL NEVER LOSE MY LOVE FOR THE BLUES–JUKE JOINT JIVE–BLESSED TO HAVE YOU NEAR–IT’S A GOOD DAY–I’M READY–WHAT YOU HOLD–WE’RE JUST A BOY AND A GIRL–TOUCH–YOU HURT ME SO GOOD Al Corte’ has a classically-trained voice, so...

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Making A Scene – Richard Ludmerer CD Review “Mojo” by Al Corté

Making A Scene – Richard Ludmerer CD Review “Mojo” by Al Corté

Al Corte is originally from Buffalo, New York. He began singing acapella with his high school buddies in a Doo-Wop group. Corte’s first professional gig was with a local band called “The Cavemen”. They recorded a song Corte wrote...

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