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Monthly Archives: July 2004

David Grisman Quintent – Dawgnation

How many musicians can be said to have invented a truly new style of music in the past, say, 25 years? Not just...

Lapdancer Steel

Hearing we were set to receive lapsteel to review, we thought "Finally, something we're qualified to review!" Then the Lapdancer arrived in its huge case,...

Flying Burrito Brothers – Sin City: The Best of the Flying Burrito Brothers

I confess. Sometimes I find it hard to separate the myth of Gram Parsons from the actual musician. I don't think there's...

Bob Dylan – Bringing It All Back Home & Highway 61 Revisited

Here's a couple of vinyl releases by Sundazed that I thought I could use to highlight their fabulous vinyl reissues. If you're a...

Joe Osborn

Joe Osborn. His face has never been on a record jacket or album cover. Odds are most have heard his name, but...

Larry Reinhardt

Larry Reinhardt's world nearly collapsed in 1991, when a car accident mangled his left hand. The former guitarist for Captain Beyond and Iron...

Echoplex, Part I: Pre-Echoplex Days

Don Dixon, Guitar Player Seeing the name Don Dixon, many think, "Producer for R.E.M., Smithereens, etc., recording artist, husband of songbird Marti Jones." All...

Bobby Womack

If James Brown is the Godfather of Soul, then Bobby Womack is the Emperor. Gifted with the most enviable voice a male singer...

Mark Cook – An Evening With The Blues

It's obvious this Terre Haute-based guitarist is a talented individual. He's got the chops and did all the writing and arranging on this...

The Blasters – Testament: The Complete Slash Recordings

Man, this one brought back memories. I was a DJ when the first Blasters album was released in the early '80s. At...
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