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Monthly Archives: October 2001

Kenny Burrell – Lucky So and So


Here’s the latest from a true legend. Kenny’s been doing it for so long, and doing it as well as or better than everyone else, that it’s foolish to even think there’d be something bad to say about this release. And there really isn’t. there is something a little different about it, though. Kenny sings […]

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Chris Thomas King

Bluesman For The New Millennium

Me, My Guitar And The Blues is the uncompromising new release from acclaimed guitarist, bluesman Chris Thomas King. The album echoes inspired, atmospheric, authentic Delta/Bayou blues journeys from King as he glides with ease on authoritative slide and acoustic voicings on Dobro, Martin steel string, and classical nylon string guitars while throwing in a scratch […]

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October 2001


FEATURES Guitars With Guts 1928 Hermann Hauser Guitar Hauser’s first attempts at Spanish guitars were clumsy. But his technical skills and power of observation carried the day, and by 1928, his instruments were well-conceived and executed, showing the elements we have come to associate with the “Hauser Model.” By R.E. Bruné The Different Strummer Epiphone […]

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