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Monthly Archives: July 2003

Tommy Castro

Tommy Castro is a charismatic singing gunslinger who has developed a sound featuring stinging blues leads floating atop hard-charging, old-school R&B. And he...

The Joanna Connor Band

After listening to this album several times, I'm still left with a feeling of not being able to pinpoint where this accomplished slide guitarist...

Ray Wylie Hubbard – Eternal and Lowdown

Like most folks, I knew Ray Wylie as the guy who wrote and sang the theme from Austin City Limits, and the guy who...

Jeff Golub – Do It Again

I can hear the naysayers already. They'll call this album a boring, derivative, smooth jazz standerbearer. That's fine. Listen closely, though,...

Danelectro Guitars

0ne of the more recent buzzes in the guitar community has centered around the phenomenal success of products bearing the Danelectro brand name. ...

Joe Dan Petty

It's been "full circle more than once" for bassist/"guitar tech" Joe Dan Petty, of Macon, Georgia. I put "guitar tech" in quotes because...

Various Artists – Philadelphia Folk Festival – 40th Anniversary

As you might suspect, after 40 years, the Philadelphia Folk Festival has some fine performances in its archives. For those not fortunate enough...

Rick Holmstrom – Hydraulic Groove

I really like it when artists take left turns. You know, shake things up a little bit. Well, Rick Holmstrom takes a...

The Band – The Last Waltz DVD and CD Boxed Set

If there were ever a group of musicians for whom the term "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts" fit like...

Baldwin Guitars and Amplifiers

Back in the Swinging '60s, one of the coolest things hip companies could do was own a guitar company. After all, guitar-driven pop...
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