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Monthly Archives: February 2003

Pete Anderson – Dogs in Heaven

Pete Anderson is no stranger to these pages, having been featured in an interview, performance review, and record review for his first release on...

Double Trouble – Been A Long Time

This celebratory debut release lays testament to the resilient talent of drummer Chris Layton and bassist Tommy Shannon, renowned as Stevie Ray Vaughan's rhythm...

Jim Weider

If you know of Jim Weider, it's likely from his work with The Band. He took over the post held by Robbie Robertson...

Geoff Muldaur – Password

Geoff Muldaur has had a long, and at times, rocky career. He began as a principal member of the influential Jim Kweskin jug...

Redd Volkaert – No Stranger to a Tele

Anybody who's paid any attention to guitarists in the past decade or so won't be too surprised when I say what a nice album...

Omar And The Howlers – Swingland

I first ran across Omar Dykes in the mid '80s when I heard a bluesy radio-ready rock album called Hard Times In The Land...

Joe Pass – Resonance

In the history of jazz there have no doubt been numerous creative rolls like the one the late Joe Pass experienced in the early...

Henry Gross – I’m Hearing Things

Wow! That was my first reaction to this one. Gross, as some of you may remember was noted for one hit back...

Chris Thomas King – Me, My Guitar and the Blues

Chris Thomas King is the real deal: a modern-day blues revivalist with one foot firmly in the past and the other keeping time in...

Luther Allison – Reckless

Luther Allison is the hottest thing going today in the world of the blues, and this, his third release on Alligator, keeps his tradition...
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