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Monthly Archives: June 2004

Sam Phillips – Fan Dance

Sam Phillips has reinvented herself. Her big star pop persona is gone, replaced by a starkly gothic singer/songwriter with an album that screams...

Philip Campbell

We recently caught up with Motorhead guitarist Philip Campbell to talk about his influences, the new album, and the band's efforts. Vintage Guitar: You've been...

Charlie Byrd, Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis – Great Guitars Live

Call it a gimmick if you will, but the Great Guitars super trio of Charlie Byrd, Barney Kessel, and Herb Ellis made some great...

David Clayton and Todd K. Smith – Free: Heavy Load

This epic chronicles the story of the seminal British blues/rock band Free. Leaving no stone unturned, and with the help of more than...

Green Amps

It hit Joel Wheeler in a flash of white light, a memory fried extra crispy into his brain. Just how you'd picture an...

Ed Gerhard – House of Guitars

There are a number of us who find joy in collecting pawnshop guitars - you know the type, cheap, affordable, and ever so quirky. There's a...

Nick Forster – Country Swing Back-up Guitar

Country Swing Back-up Guitar Taught by Nick Forster, with guest fiddle by Tim O'Brien Homespun I see Nick Forster face to face nearly every week in my...

The Band – Rock of Ages: The Band in Concert

This late album by The Band needs little introduction. By the time it was originally released - Rock of Ages in '72 -...

Storyville – A Piece of Your Soul

Storyville is an Austin, Texas, supergroup made up of SRV's old Double Trouble pals Chris Layton (drums) and Tommy Shannon (bass), along with guitarslingers...

Pollo Del Mar – The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

If you're excessively monolingual, you might not know that Pollo del Mar translates to "chicken of the sea." I like it just for...
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