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Monthly Archives: September 2001

The Del McCoury Band – Del and the Boys

<img class="size-full" src="/wp-content/uploads/1317/77.jpg" alt="Del and the Boys " title="Del and the Boys " /> Anyone who thinks bluegrass music is just about doing songs performed by...

Fender Precision Elite II

If you could only see the beautiful hue of this Precision Elite II finished in Sienna Burst, you'd melt. Arguably the most devastating of Fender's...

R.L. Burnside – Well… Well… Well

If you've ever heard R.L. Burnside play, you'll know the significance of this album's title; "Well... well... well" is one of his pet phrases,...

Magnatone Amps

Non-MOTS Magnatones By the mid '50s, mother of toilet seat (MOTS) had lost its appeal, as had Hawaiian music, so Magnatone discontinued its use on...

Magnatone Amps

Non-MOTS Magnatones By the mid '50s, mother of toilet seat (MOTS) had lost its appeal, as had Hawaiian music, so Magnatone discontinued its use on...

Fender Songwriter

Just when you think you've seen or heard of everything Fender ever did, along comes another tidbit about a guitar that was prototyped but...

Phil Keaggy – Zion

Phil Keaggy doesn't always get his due. Those of you familiar with his work know what I mean. He's a marvelous singer...

Deborah Coleman – Livin’ On Love

Groovy is the word for Deborah Coleman. She's got the hip sensibility of Joan Armatrading blended with the blues groove of B.B. King....

Working Man

There must be a lot of hats in Pete Anderson's closet. In the past he has worked overtime as guitarist, producer, and arranger...

The Morells – The Morells

Now this is what I'm talkin' about. These guys have been around for awhile in various forms, including as The Morells years ago....
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