|Our chief reviewer picks his top ten of '97, led by The Bone Shakers' Book of Spells. And we've also got a few lists submitted by our readers.|
|The best of the new ones this month include Johnny Rawls' Louisiana Woman and Southern soul singer Lou Pride's Twisting The Knife.|
|We look at the biggest surprises on the blues recording scene in 1997.|
|1997 was also a great year for blues reissues, and we've got our top ten list. Most of the top reissues came from MCA's tribute to Chess Records.|
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