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Monthly Archives: February 2005

Sonic Machine Factory 15 Watter

With tube amp gurus like Mark Sampson and Rick Hamel piloting the crew, we had a sneakin' hunch that the Sonic Machine Factory's 15...

Eric Clapton

In many ways, 2004 marks a return to the crossroads for Eric Clapton. With his latest disc, Me And Mr. Johnson, the guitarist...

Rick Derringer

For all of his decades of experience as a guitarist, producer, and singer, Rick Derringer recently took his avocation in yet other musical directions. Among...

The Bangles

The Bangles are back! After a 10-year separation, the band that rose to prominence in the 1980s with such hits as "Manic Monday"...

Parsons-White String Bender

On September 20, 1983, Jimmy Page re-emerged into the public eye after the death of John Bonham and the breakup of Led Zeppelin with...

Crowsong – Western

Crowsong's first album was very atmospheric, with all sorts of guitar sounds flying about. This one has a more definite band feel, with...

Anson Funderburgh and The Rockets – Which Way Is Texas?

Anson Funderburgh is one of the few - if not only - blues guitarists I've ever seen get an ovation for a chorus solo....

Norman Blake – Old Ties, The Singer Songwriter Collection

Rounder's Heritage series specializes in new anthologies of previously released work - the musical equivalent of old wine in new bottles. Norman Blake's Old Ties...

Mark Selby – More Storms Comin’

Mark Selby is best known as a songwriter. He's written songs covered by the likes of the Dixie Chicks and Kenny Wayne...

Gerald Weber – Advanced Tube Guitar Amplifier

Gerald Weber is back with his third video on the inner workings of tube amps. It should be noted at the outset...
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