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Monthly Archives: June 2002

Los Lobos – El Cancionero – Mas y Mas

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

Larry Carlton/Steve Lukather – No Substitutions

I don't really know what to say about this one. It's just a good, old-fashioned jam by a couple of great guitarists. ...

Stephen Bruton – Nothing But The Truth

I love when records like this happen. I loved this when I first heard it, and subsequent listens revealed more great things. Bruton is...

Nels Cline

Avant noise terrorist with a jazz jones; improv worshipper; atomic flamethrower hurling molten punk-infused spit balls. Guitarist Nels Cline fits all three bills....

Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Tompall Glaser – Wanted! The Outlaws

The Outlaws set is a reissue of the classic 1976 LP featuring Waylon, Willie Nelson, Tompall Glaser, and Waylon's wife, Jessi Colter. The...

Pat Martino – Live at Yoshi’s

I've always found it hard to review Pat's records. He's one of those almost mystical players who always play so brilliantly, before and...

Waylon Jennings – The Essential Waylon Jennings

RCA is doing a really nice job re-releasing some country stuff with their "essential" series. They've put out a ton of them already,...

Del Casher

Photo: Preston L. Gtatiot PART 1 ...and other earlier gizmos as well. Del Casher (nee Del "Kacher;" the reasons for the name change are forthcoming)...

Paul Johnson – Liquid Blues

Having played a pivotal role in the development of instrumental surf music in the early '60s with his band, the Belairs (best-remembered for the...

Bedrock Royal Series

One of the standouts at this year's NAMM Show in California was the new retro series of amplifiers from Bedrock. Derived from an...
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