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Monthly Archives: July 2001

Bill Hullett – Two-Lane Blacktop

Okay, by now you're all saying, "Does this guy listen to anything besides jazz?" Well, here's a killer instrumental album featuring a veteran...

The Meters – Trick Bag

Sundazed has done it again. This particular release is only one in a large series of CDs released by this fine band. ...

Speedy West and Jimmy Bryant – Swingin’ On The Strings, Volume 2

This is a followup to the fine Stratosphere Boogie collection from '95, and like that one, it defies description. I can't imagine listeners...

Ralph Novak

I first met Ralph Novak in 1980, when he was working at Subway Guitars in Berkeley, California. I'd assembled a kit Strat and...

Ralph Novak

I first met Ralph Novak in 1980, when he was working at Subway Guitars in Berkeley, California. I'd assembled a kit Strat and...

Nick Lowe – Dig My Mood

It's extremely tempting to start this review with something like..."I knew Nick Lowe when he used to rock and roll...," but I won't because...

Los Lobos – El Cancionero – Mas y Mas

There's a new four-CD retrospective containing 86 tracks, clocking in at five hours, spanning a dozen albums by one of the greatest bands in...

Brian May

Brian May is indubitably one of the most talented and influential musicians of his generation. His songs and guitar riffs carved an...

Reverend Drivetrain Overdrive

The new overdrive pedal from the canny folk at Reverend Musical Instruments is cleverly named the Drivetrain Overdrive, and it weighs in at a...

Darrin Stout & the Starlighters

Stout is an obvious devotee of a number of different '50s roots musical styles. You hear country twang, but it was early Sun...
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