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Charles Lloyd and the Marvels

It doesn’t take a genius to realize that adding Bill Frisell to a project will yield great results. But teaming him with jazz saxophonist...

Black Sabbath

September 18, 1970 is infamous as the day Jimi Hendrix died, but it’s also the day Black Sabbath released its sophomore album, Paranoid. That...

David Gilmour

This is David Gilmour’s fourth solo album – although some argue that the last three Pink Floyd albums (recorded without Roger Waters) were ostensibly...

Laurence Jones

Ostensibly a blues artist, on his latest disc Laurence Jones sounds more like hybrid blues-rock acts such as Foghat and, notably, the Jon Butcher...

Dennis Jones

Dennis Jones’ fifth album elevates his craft to new heights as he juxtaposes an arsenal of blues, rock, and funk with visceral production values....

Alan Jackson

This three-disc set should be subtitled “The Arista Years,” since it only spans the 20 years Jackson was with that label – the first...

Vince Gill

In the four years since his Guitar Slinger album, Vince Gill kept busy producing others, recording an album with the Time Jumpers and a...

Tom Waits, Lucinda Williams, Luther Dickinson, and others

Blind Willie Johnson – the Texas preacher, slide guitarist, and gospel singer – may seem a tough artist to pay homage to in a...

Al Di Meola

Throughout his 40-year career, Al Di Meola has worked in several different styles, the common denominator being Latin music. On this new album, he...

Willie Holcomb and Danny Barnes

Prior to 1961, Roscoe Holcomb had never “performed,” as such. John Cohen of the New Lost City Rambler found him in Daisy, Kentucky, and...
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