Albums by Sean Costello |
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Moanin' For The Molasses (Landslide, 2001) |
"There's a lot of young talent around laying claim to blues roots, but a very few match the class of Sean Costello when put under the microscope. He's studied and learned his craft from the cream of yesterday's genius. His guitar playing takes the knife-edge of Otis Rush, the flair of Magic Sam, and the rhythmic sense of Eddie Taylor, all combining to come up with a unique style." -- Craig Ruskey, Blues On Stage
Cuttin' In (Landslide, 2000) |
"The kid approaches the classics with an agility, confidence, and style that makes them his own. Nor are the choices themselves routine. The former guitarist for Susan Tedeschi goes to Sonny Boy for "Rub-a-Dub" and "Mellow Chick Swing," turning these blues novelties into 21st-century swinger's lounge sounds." -- Wayne Robins, CDNOW
Call The Cops (Blue Wave, 1996) |
"This disc contains some of the finest, purest, blues guitar playing Iíve heard in a long time. ...If, in the next few years, Sean Costello doesnít become a major force in the blues guitar world, there is no justice in this old world" -- Blues & Rhythm Magazine, U.K.