ALBUM OF THE MONTH Wanted for rustling riffs, stealing headlines and letting off his six string in public, Larry Miller has long been the quick drawin' outlaw of the UK blues circuit - and the Guildford cowboy returns here with an aptly named album that goes some way to justify the frothing PR comparisons to Stevie Ray Vaughan and Rory Gallagher. Miller has several aces up his sleeve, including an incisive line in original songwriting, a great backup band and a voice box that sounds like it's been dragged behind a stagecoach. Above all that, the main reason to track down Outlaw Blues is because it's author is, quite simply, one of the fieriest, fruitiest, ballsiest guitarists you\'re likely to hear, drenching his smart, self-penned tracks with blood and sweat, and ensuring you believe every last note. Being bad never sounded so good. Classic Rock Magazine UK. ALBUM OF THE YEAR A recent support slot with Walter Trout and Johnny Winter have seen him come of age. In case you don\'t know it, Miller is a stunning guitarist, and arguably, the best currently active British-born axe man, with the possible exception of Jeff Beck. That good. His style is his own, with heavy influences from his hero Rory Gallagher, while also sounding like Stevie Ray Vaughan re-incarnated. Total Kit car.