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Monthly Archives: January 2005

Greg Trooper – Floating

Singer/songwriters are a lot like fleas during the summer; they're everywhere, but you don't notice them until they bite you someplace sensitive. Greg Trooper writes...

Pat Metheny Group – Speaking of Live Now

Hard to believe, but we've been listening to Pat Metheny and his groups for almost three decades. At times, we take ol' Pat for granted....

Joe Bonamassa – Blues Deluxe

Blues Deluxe? Absolutely! Anyone who has followed Joe's career knows the diversity he possesses. The multiple-genre approach can be the bane of great...

Matt Rae – Twang!

I've never been a Tele guy. I just have never found one I loved to play. However, every now and then a...

Bob Schneider – I’m Good Now

Singer/songwriter whose subject matter spans love to hate, happiness to abject despair. While not exactly lighthearted, anyone who likes their music with a...

Larry Carlton/Steve Lukather – No Substitutions

I don't really know what to say about this one. It's just a good, old-fashioned jam by a couple of great guitarists. ...

Parliament – Funked Up: The Very Best of Parliament

Like the man said, "Make my funk the P-Funk. I wants to get funked up." This is not the first "best of"...

Rickenbacker A22

The Rickenbacker model A22 lap steel was the first commercially available electric guitar. Although it bears the brand name "Rickenbacker," it was actually the...

Supertone Gene Autry Roundup 1938

1938 Supertone Gene Autry Roundup. Photo: Michael Wright. In the depths of the Great Depression, people turned to entertainment for distraction. Not that there...

Gary Moore

Irish guitarist Gary Moore first came to prominence in an combo called Skid Row, and played with Thin Lizzy when his friend, Phil Lynott,...
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