Monthly Archives: September 2004

Gibson Collector’s Vault

Can you truly put a price tag on peace of mind? For guitar collectors, the answer often is "No," because like many other...

Dolly Parton – Halos and Horns

Ralph Stanley prefers to call his "Mountain Music" rather than bluegrass or country. This moniker also aptly describes the material on Dolly Parton's...

Jackie King

Jackie King's pretty much done it all. Born in Texas, the son of a guitar player, his path took him from playing in...

Melvin Taylor and the Slack Band – Rendevous with the Blues

This is Melvin's fourth record for the Evidence label, and like the rest, it's a showcase of his dazzling technique and deep soul. ...

Mike Morgan & The Crawl – Texas Man

Dallas-based Teddy Morgan was a protégé of the less-is-more master Anson Funderburgh, whose rhythm work can be heard throughout this release, and to a...

Univox Guitars

Ca. 1974 or '75 Univox Hi Flyer Mosrite copy with the later Univox see- through humbuckers. While most think of the history of American guitars...

September 2004

FEATURES RIDING WITH LOS LOBOS 30 Years & Still Going Strong Arguably the most important American band to come out of the 1980s, musically and sociologically, its...
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