Monthly Archives: November 2002

Donnie Iris – The Best of : The Millennium Collection

Remember a couple of year back, when MCA starting re-releasing the Chess Masters in a nice packaged set? Well, that was a great...

Kendrick Sirius

In devising its limited line of gui-tars, Kendrick, the Texas-based custom amp and guitar builder, has stuck to traditional guns, offering a Strat-inspired axe...

Mike Bloomfield – I’m Cuttin’ Out

When the late Mike Bloomfield burst onto the guitar scene in 1965 - on the Paul Butterfield Blues Band's self-titled debut and Highway 61...

Jack Knife and the Sharps – Ace Cafe

Jack Knife and the Sharps are a staple on the bar scene in Minneapolis-St. Paul. They have a reputation of serving up good...

Del Casher

Although he claims to play guitar more like the late George Barnes than Les Paul, comparisons between Del Casher and his "adopted uncle" Leo...

Abby and Norm Group – Volume 1: The Book of Norman

This band is led by Norman Zocher and Abby Aronson, both professors at the Berklee College of Music. The style is jazz, and...

A Nod to Bob – An Artists Tribute to Bob Dylan on his 60th...

We are all getting older, except of course, for those of us who've already died. Bob Dylan is still among the living, although...

O’Hagan Guitars

By the shores of Gitche Gumee, Minnehaha gives a little yelp of surprise. There, just behind Mary Tyler Moore, cutting the murky waters...

O’Hagan Guitars

By the shores of Gitche Gumee, Minnehaha gives a little yelp of surprise. There, just behind Mary Tyler Moore, cutting the murky waters...

Koen de Cauter – A Little Corner of Paradise Vol. 1

Belgian guitarist and saxman Koen de Cauter is a musical style all his own. Whether playing Gypsy jazz, New Orleans swing, flamenco, musette,...
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