Product no.: RUF 1160


Heads I win, Tails You Lose features that unique Oli Brown sound; clean guitar, great riffs and a vocal honed by two years of touring that squeezes every emotion from the lyrics. The album shows the quality of Oli's song writing with stunning tracks like Evil Soul and Speechless, yet he refuses to shy away from adapting his own favourite classics such as Fever and No Diggity.



Product no.: RUF 1193


  Of course, Oli has returned to Norwich for triumphant end-of-year shows many times in the past, rewarding his loyal hometown fans for their support through the blood, sweat and slog of the early years. And yet, this time, the stakes were even higher, and the atmosphere still more electric, as the bandleader hit the city’s Waterfront venue with a recording crew, intent on capturing his live set as the latest release in Ruf Records’ legendary Songs From The Road series. “I really wanted to record my live show in Norwich,” explained the bluesman, “as everyone there has been so good to me.”


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Product no.: RUF 1139


Open Road will take you on a journey through Blues City, where the musical architecture is splendidly diverse - sublime use of light and shade is Oli's speciality, a gift so rare, it is easy to see that the new generation of the blues is in safe hands.
Taking a trip down this open road will enable you to feel more than just the wind in your hair - you'll feel the destiny of the blues for a modern age.

Product no.: RUF 1178


"There’s no Shortage of young blues guitar talent around at the mo’, in fact there’s somewhat of a glut of youngsters keen to fill the substantial boots of Peter Green, SRV, Jeff Healy and Joe Bonamassa, however it’s that little extra ‘something’, that all of the above had or have in spades, which lifts the merely great into something stratospheric and this, the third effort from the young lad from Norwich, definitely exhibits signs of tapping into that ‘something’ and is a marked step up from his previous albums Open Roads and Heads I Win Tails You Lose. I for one wait with bated breath to see what happens next..."
Ray Harper