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Domenic Priore

The mid ’60s will forever represent social change and upheaval, synonymous with civil rights, women’s liberation, the war in Vietnam, and the sexual revolution....

Allen Toussaint

Think of New Orleans rock and roll and R&B, and icons such as Fats Domino, Professor Longhair, Dr. John, the Meters, and the Neville...

John Abercrombie

John Abercrombie is one of our unsung heroes of jazz-rock, and this gorgeous three-CD reissue amply proves it. His Quartet recorded three albums from...

Freakwater

That title – copped from the name of the storytelling gal in Arabian Nights – begs some pithy comparison between Scheherazade’s beguiling tales and...

Jack Bruce and the hr-Bigband

Jack Bruce was one of the most fascinating figures in rock and roll – although he preferred to be known as a jazz musician....

John Del Toro Richardson

With this Tex-Mex flavored blues album co-produced with Anson Funderburgh, another fine Texas blues guitarist, John Del Toro Richardson hits his stride. Think Los...

Lucinda Williams

From Bobby Troup’s “(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66” to Bob Dylan’s “Highway 61 Revisited” and more, the roads we’ve traveled have inspired our...

Supersonic Blues Machine

Lance Lopez is a pentatonic-playing guitar monster who deserves a higher profile in the music world. His sinewy blues-rock tone and phrasing will leave...

Robert Trujillo and Others

A brave and powerful film, Jaco documents the life of fusion bass virtuoso Jaco Pastorius. Yet by its end, you will realize that Pastorius...

The Cactus Blossoms & The Pines

These two albums are stunning collections of country and folk music taking different forks in the gravel road. The Cactus Blossoms is an all-new...
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