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Monthly Archives: May 2003

Rory Block – I’m Every Woman

I've always thought of Rory Block as a modern country-blues, acoustic-slide playing, soulful singer. Here, she changes the program a bit....

Motorhead – Hammered

In these uncertain times, thank goodness for reassuring constants: mom's home-cooked meals warming the belly, the Red Sox not winning a World Series... and...

Eddy “the Chief” Clearwater

Chicago blues guitarist Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater might be a classic example of the ancient axiom. A Windy City resident for over 50...

Omar & the Howlers – Big Delta

In his 22 years as a recording artist, Omar Dykes has churned out a steady stream of solid albums (more than a dozen to...

Newport Folk Festival – Best of Bluegrass 1959-1966

Before Farm Aid, Telluride, or even Woodstock, there was the Newport Folk Festival. Begun in the late '50s, this yearly gathering molded and...

Mark Sampson: Matchess

The garage behind Mark Sampson's Southern California home is a Batcave for vintage tube amp lovers. Dark, dusty storage areas are crammed with...

May 2003

FEATURES HENRY GROSS Open Henry Gross’ latest album is an amazing mix of pop, rock, country, and ballads. Those who remember him for nothing more than...

Mark Andes

There probably aren't too many fathers of rock stars who've had a song written about them, but such is exactly the case with veteran...

Robert Perine

In all modesty, my role was small - especially in Leo's eyes. Here was a man whose sole interest was making guitars and...

Ovation Solidbody Guitars

Acurious phenomenon that ac-companies certain guitar compa-nies is an inability to translate success from one medium to another. For instance, Martin has never...
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