Monthly Archives: March 2005

John Cipollina – Electric Guitarslinger

John Cipollina was probably best-known as the lead guitarist for the Quicksilver Messenger Service. He was also a seminal figure in the San...

Various Artists – Concert For George

On November 29, 2002, a year to the day after George Harrison's death, an all-star cast took the stage at London's Royal Albert Hall...

Steely Dan – Everything Must Go

Since I was a youngster, sitting at home nursing a broken collarbone and listening to Can't Buy a Thrill every afternoon, I've been a...

Sauce Boss – Sky Blues

Bill Wharton, for those of you not familiar, is the Sauce Boss. He is the Sauce Boss because he cooks for his audience....

Jerry Krahn – No Wires Attached

Chances are you haven't heard of Jerry Krahn. He's from Milwaukee, but has spent the past 12 years in Nashville. He's worked...

Santana – Moonflower

I was never able to latch on to Carlos Santana's excursions into jazz in the early/mid-'70s. Sure, there was always something to like...

Mike Barfield – Living Stereo

This might come as a surprise to those familiar with the singer from his days with the countrified Hollisters. Barfield downplays the country...

The Del McCoury Band – It’s Just the Night

Del McCoury and his boys have risen to the top of bluegrass music by championing and epitomizing a traditional approach that makes the best...

Albert Lee – Heartbreak Hill

Being an Albert Lee fan can be as frustrating as it is rewarding. Because, even though he's invariably busy, touring behind somebody or...

Gov’t Mule – The Deepest End: Live In Concert

Everyone knows the story by now. Government Mule(and former Allman Brother) bassist Allen Woody passed away a couple years back, and the band...
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