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Monthly Archives: October 2002

Little Milton – Greatest Hits

I love Little Milton. I have since I first heard "Feel So Bad." Any song that starts with the lines "Feel so...

Bad Cat Hot Cat

With a name like Bad Cat and a product pedigree that includes Matchless, our expectations for this new amp line were quite high. ...

Gruhn’s Guide to Vintage Guitars 2nd Edition

You may need a bigger pocket for this ex-panded second edition of Gruhn's Guide, but you'll want to have one. The larger-format softcover...

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....

Ron Asheton

what more must be said about the Stooges and guitarist Ron Asheton's role in crafting the molten landscapes of their albums, The Stooges (1969),...

Buddy and Julie Miller

The family that sings together swings together. If that family is the Millers, they do more than just swing; they rock, shimmy, shake,...

Mem Shannon – Memphis In The Morning

Once everyone's favorite cabby in the Cresent City, Mem Shannon is now rapidly making tracks toward the same level of popularity in the contemporary...

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Damn the Torpedoes

MCA's reissue of the Heartbreakers albums from '79 to '82 is a perfect chance to revisit this album. I've always felt this is...

Surf Bass

The big twang of surf guitar is still an instantly recognizable rock and roll idiom today, more than 35 years after the style was...

Surf Bass

The big twang of surf guitar is still an instantly recognizable rock and roll idiom today, more than 35 years after the style was...
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