Eric Reed Emerges from Trying Times with an Album That Rings of Rebirth

At first glance, the title of Eric Reed’s current album, Everybody Gets the Blues, can seem a bit trite — but dig deeper, and it evokes a far deeper meaning. The nine tracks — a mix of originals and personalized reworkings of tunes by John Coltrane, Freddie Hubbard, Stevie Wonder and The Beatles — are…
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