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Monthly Archives: January 2005

Johnny A.

When VG first caught up with guitarist Johnny A. in 2001, his instrumental release, Sometime Tuesday Morning, was perking ears all over the place....

Ray Mason Band – Three Dollar Man

This is very fun stuff. It's only 10 short songs, but they're all interesting and different. The slant for the most part...

Bucky Pizzarelli – Swing Live

Few guitarists have been around as long (and done as much) as Bucky Pizzarelli. He's been playing with big bands, small-group combos, chairmen-of-the-boards...

Soulfarm – Scream of the Crop

Soulfarm is three fellas from New York who have put together a very cool album that's pretty hard to pigeonhole. Noah Chase and...

Jimi Hendrix – Voodoo Child: The Jimi Hendrix Collection

The latest release from Experience Hendrix, Voodoo Child: The Jimi Hendrix Collection, is a two-CD set of the master at work. In his four-year career...

The Love Dogs – New Tricks

Loveable? I guess. Dogs? Maybe. They've got all the musical tricks new and old, and they're not jumping through hoops...

PRS Dragons – Jenna’s Eyes

The leader of PRS Dragons, as you might expect, is guitarmaker Paul Reed Smith. So it stands to reason the sounds here are...

Art Farmer/Jim Hall – Jazz Casual

Jim Hall's solo albums are consistently top-drawer - always eloquent and interesting, never samey or complacent. In fact, I'd be hard-pressed to name...

Summers, Delaney & Sharp – Tonight Only

One good thing to emerge from the recently deceased swing "renaissance" was the collective desire by many 20 and 30-something aficionados to find out...

Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver – Hard Game of Love

For the last six years, if you wanted to hear Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver do secular bluegrass, you had to attend a live concert,...
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