Once again, a band that usually enters through the back door, quietly and with the self-sufficiency of knowing what they do and doing it well can become a cult band. Blues-rock in England has always had not only loyal fans but has also cultivated innumerable bands not always up to expectations. This is not the case of Blue Touch, a combo of four sober musicians with almost twenty years on the road, with an exceptional vocalist, a guitarist as elegant as he is incisive, and an ubiquitous and refined bass/drums rhythm section. Since 2002 they have released six albums in which rock and blues meet again without any boastful speculation and without any unnecessary fantasy, elaborating direct and well conceived songs. This their seveth album "The Music Of Robert Johnson" is not a repetition of the cult of the original bluesman, it does not intend to revalue his twenty-nine songs but with the choice of twelve of his recordings Blue Touch has worked on an album in which they have put to the test if all your journey to date has made sense. You will find the answer listening to this album, you will not find the umpteenth reinterpretation of the timeless blues classics, they are twelve samples of the perception that a band has about itself and its reason for existing. It's the infinite magic of blues music, of one of its greatest creators of which, as inexplicable as it may seem, no one has yet written the last and definitive page.