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Monthly Archives: October 2003

Metropolitan Guitars Westport

New from Metropolitan Guitars of Texas comes the Westport Series, a scaled-down version of their Tanglewood, reviewed last year in these pages. The...

Steve Newman

The dog died and the woman done me wrong! Such are the traditional pains of the country music songwriter. But as tired and trite...

Shawn Pittman – Full Circle

I enjoyed Shawn's last record, with its killer mix of rock and roll and blues. This new release takes things a step further,...

The Robin Nolan Trio – Swings & Roundabouts

If you like gypsy jazz and you haven't heard The Robin Nolan Trio, you should. Solo guitarist Nolan is joined by rhythm guitarist...

Trussart Steel

James Trussart is a luthier who recently moved his headquarters from Paris to Los Angeles. A guitar builder since 1980, in recent years, he...

John Paul Jones

Before teaming up with Jimmy Page in 1968 to form the soon-to-become greatest and most influential hard rock band of all time, John Paul...

Slash

Bursting onto the rock scene in 1987, Guns N' Roses overthrew the shred and pop kings who'd previously ruled the decade. The group's...

Seks Bomba – Somewhere In This Town

This is one of the most fun, most clever, and downright best CDs I've heard in a long time. I can't even begin...

Tim Sparks – Tanz

Tanz is guitarist Tim Sparks' second album of "Jewish Blues" - a collection of Jewish songs and dances from Yiddish, Sephardic, and Oriental traditions...

Frank Gambale

Frank Gambale is enjoying a busy life these days. He recently spent a week playing the Blue Note, in Las Vegas, with Vital...
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