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Monthly Archives: October 2001

Robert Gordon with Danny Gatton – Live:The Humbler

This terrific album comes from a cassette of a live show of Gordon's in the early '80s. The rockabilly/roots rock singer had just...

Paul Revere & The Raiders – Mojo Workout!

If it's a given that rock revisionists (er, historians) haven't given Paul Revere & The Raiders the respect they deserve, then where does that...

Martin Taylor

Scottish jazz guitarist Martin Taylor is a well-respected player in his own right, so much so that he's collaborated with the likes of Stephane...

The Hadden Sayers Band – Swingin’ From The Fabulous Satellite

If tasteful, solid, rock is your thing, this band is for you. Storming out of Texas and led by guitarist Hadden Sayers, they...

Rosie Flores – Speed Of Sound

With her seventh solo release - having tried Bakersfield country, rockabilly bop, L.A. troubador, and even cowpunk - Rosie Flores has finally found an...

National Style O

National. The name is patriotic! And what else but American inventiveness could have brought about a metal-bodied guitar? The answer lies in the...

National Style O

National. The name is patriotic! And what else but American inventiveness could have brought about a metal-bodied guitar? The answer lies in the...

Marshall Triple Super Lead

Marshall's new JCM2000 Series was introduced last year and has been well-received by Marshall fans and amp aficionados in general. The 2000 Series...

Wayne Kramer – LLMF

The Wayne Kramer story has been documented pretty well. A member of the MC5, time in prison due to drug charges, several very...

Buck Dharma

During the hard rock decade of the '70s, Long Island's Blue Oyster Cult proffered a decidedly different approach to loud, guitar-based music. The...
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