North Mississippi Allstars’ latest album, Up and Rolling, is a rollicking set of blues, funk, roots and Southern rock. Led by brothers Cody Dickinson (drums) and Luther Dickinson (guitar), the group from Hernando, Mississippi, don’t really break any new sonic ground — this is a record that could have been made in the 1970s — but they put it all together with a rocking and soulful warmth. The title track is an easy, breezy ode to taking mushrooms and LSD, and while the song itself isn’t all that psychedelic, it’s a lilting and enjoyable groove. The album is highlighted by appearances from Cedric Burnside (“Out on the Road”), Duane Betts and Jason Isbell (“Mean Old World”), Otha Turner (“Otha’s Bye Bye Baby”) and a smoldering Mavis Staples (“What You Gonna Do?”).

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