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Monthly Archives: February 2002

Howard Alden – Take Your Pick

Here's a good-old-fashioned jazz guitar album from one of Concord's young lions. Alden's work always sounds great, whether he's swinging with single-note runs...

A.R.T. Tube Channel

Picking through signal processors was worse than looking at distortion boxes - wide variation in features, but all aimed at (more or less) warming...

Blind Pig Records – 20th Anniversary Collection

It's been 20 years since Blind Pig Records got its start in the humble Blind Pig Café in a basement in Ann Arbor, Michigan....

Bernard Allison – Times Are Changing

The times certainly are a-changing. Luther Allison's son, Bernard, is back, unleashing a tough brand of modern blues that will blow the dust...

Rocky Athas

Ask what defines Rocky Athas' sonic universe and the Texas-born guitarist will readily answer, "Tone," which he best exploits in his weapon of choice,...

Johnny Adams – There Is Always One More Time

From the "there really can't be a better singer around" catagory comes this set from the latter part of Adams career. It encompasses...

Audiovox and Serenader Amps

Introduction With this month's feature story on the Audiovox bass (page 80), plus a comparison between Audiovox pickup (page 81) and early Dobro pickups, it...

Sandblasters and The Boss Martians – Space Bar-B-Q and 13 Evil Tales

Yes, it's surf month here at VG. There have certainly been some great releases in this genre in the past year or two....

Dave Alvin – Public Domain

Dave Alvin is one of those guys you have to love. He continuously makes great albums that encompass most of the genres that...

Martin Barre

Since the late 1960s, guitarist Martin Barre has been an important fixture in the legendary British band Jethro Tull. The only Tull album...
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