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Elam McKnight / Press

“Elam McKnight's "Supa Good," on Desert Highway Records, is full of music that will reach down and grab your spirit and shake your soul to its foundation.”

Don Crow - Nashville Blues

“SUPA GOOD should have been named SUPA GREAT because that's exactly what it is...f'n great. Elam McKnight supplies the soundtrack; the smoky room and whiskey is up to you. I promise you, it doesn't get much better than this. This review is over now. Rush out and score this incredible slice of blues.”

Mojo Len - Skunk Magazine

““This is of the better blues CDs from the genre I have heard in the last few years.””

Alfons Maes - Keys and Chords (Belgium)

"McKnight separates himself from many of his predecessors and contemporaries with thoughtful and insightful observations of today's world”

Jon Norton, Program Director - WGLT(Peoria/Normal, IL)

““This music kicks ass, like Hill Country blues on steroids! These guys rock, but the music is blues all the way – played in a raw and intense manner, very deep.””

Przemek Draheim - National Radio (Poland)

““A more than remarkable daring album, deeply rooted in southern black music, mixed with hypnotic, repetitive, electrified Delta blues and touches of 'hill country' and avant-garde alternative sounds..””

LA Hora Del Blues(Spain)

““A magnificent achievement!””

Blues & Co magazine (France)

““This is music to start a mosh pit for.””

Maverick Magazine (UK)

"✰✰✰1⁄2 Stars. Mission Accomplsihed."

Frank John Hadley, Downbeat - Downbeat

““This disc kicks with all the power of a mule gone berserk.””

Terry Mullins - Blues Blast

“Blues rock all the way. Elam McKnight's song writing talent is more than evident and take this CD release to the room of fine listening. Elam sings with everything he has to offer. Blues never felt so good. (4 out of 5 stars)”

Roots Music Report