Review from the April 2001 issue of "BLUES REVUE":
DR.JULES AND THE ZYDA BLUES REVUE'S
The Cure For The Common Blues (self release)
combines the accordion and rubboard of a zydeco band with hard-
rocking blues guitar and the vocals of Jules Bazerman, a blues
crooner with the aggressive attitude of singers like David Johansen
and Joe Cocker. The short run of nine songs showcases an odd but
listenable amalgam of styles;this is southeren-fried, fast-tempo blues.
Best Cut: "Food On the Table" where Mike Apfel's honking accordion
sounds like an entire brass band.