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“Everybody was on …It was a special event and a fitting coda to the musical legacy of a Blues legend. Perkins shows why he’s perhaps the greatest living Blues pianist on three cuts, …”
Blues Critic –Dylann DeAnna

“I couldn’t help to find myself watery-eyed at the last selection, “So Long”. It takes a hell of a man to say a final goodbye like that.”
–Walter Upchurch, Foundation for the Preservation of 40’s -60’s Dance Music

“I’m not a nominator for the BMA awards, but if I was, this is the record of the year.”
Blues Bytes Pick Hit –Kyle Deibler

“It just happens to be one of those discs that seems to find a CD player where ever I am. I like it a lot and will be giving it plenty of air time.”
–Algis Jonusas, Blues Program Director at WRHC, Michigan

“The disc is a jump blues heaven with all those great musicians paying respect to their music…If this will not be “the blues CD of the year” I don’t know any other album that deserves the title more.”
–Przemek Draheim, Radio Sfera, Poland

“Time Brings About a Change…A Floyd Dixon Celebration is certainly that. A celebration of a wonderful man and pianist who over the years graced us with his presence and his amazing interpretation of the blues. This is a record that 20 years from now will still stand the test of time and it’s a wonderful tribute to Floyd Dixon.”
Blues Bytes Pick Hit –Kyle Deibler

“This is an old fashioned blues review with everyone bringing their “A” game…”
Bad Dog Blues Website –Jeff Harris

“West coast soul singer John Tucker gets the party started with the high octane, gritty soul of “Do You Wanna Dance” sounding like a modern day Otis Redding.”
Blues Bytes Pick Hit –Kyle Deibler

“You simply couldn’t ask for a more fitting tribute to Dixon’s memory than “Time Brings About A Change—A Floyd Dixon Celebration” which finds a true blues legend going out in top form.”
Blues Bytes Pick Hit –Kyle Deibler

Greetings from Blues Summit on WMWV in Conway, NH. I have played Floyd on the show on many occasions in the past. In particular, the 1996 “Wake Up and Live!” on Alligator. I debuted “Fine! Fine! Thing!” on the show last night. We will have fun with it. Question: Will Floyd be doing phone interviews? Love to have him on.
Blues Summit –Roy Prescott

I had a chance to see Floyd in San Diego at a festival. I really liked his performance. Fine, fine thing is indeed a fine, fine cd. I am looking forward to seeing Floyd live in performance again…
—J. Veronica

Rating: **** four stars=Very good. Majority of songs above average.
Blues Critic –Dylann DeAnna

This album touches the deepest roots of blues music. A great album of GENUINE music!!
Triple R Blues&Roots Radio –Ton Wanten