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Slim Harpo and Martin Hawkins

Mick Jagger admonished the world back in 1968, “What’s the point in listening to us doing ‘I’m A King Bee’ when you can listen...

NRBQ

This five-disc retrospective captures the essence of what is one of America’s best, if not best-known, bands from the past half century. To describe...

Pretty Things, Procol Harum, David Bowie, and Various Artists

For all the British psych bands you do know – such as the Move and Small Faces – you’ve probably never heard of dozens...

Blackberry Smoke

The Atlanta band walks the line between blues, alt country, and Southern rock on their fifth studio album, getting lower down and rocking harder...

Santana IV

Describing Carlos Santana’s guitar playing, Greg Rolie, the Santana band’s original keyboardist, declares, “It’s real music; it’s not just a bunch of notes put...

Larry Coryell

The lastest from the godfather of fusion guitar harkens back to his ’71 album Barefoot Boy, revisiting the energy, philosophy, and spirit of that...

Terry Dolan

The market is flooded with previously unreleased albums and reissue CDs containing alternate takes. It must be simple to get something like that released,...

Pink Floyd

Priced at more than $500, this 27-disc set is a Floyd-freak’s dream come true. It’s a monster collection of early and unreleased music, track...

Bob Dylan

Breaking out of the box and kicking down barriers seems the first item on the daily to-do list for many Nobel laureates, but it’s...

Jethro Tull

Released in the summer of 1969, Stand Up was Tull’s first album with guitarist Martin Barre and showed them honing their blend of proto-hard...
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