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Monthly Archives: June 2005

Andre Segovia’s Hauser

While visiting the Spanish guitar exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City during the fall of 1991, I had the...

Girl Brand Crossroads

Girl Brand Guitars... No it's not a clearing house for sparkley pink and purple guitars with short-scale necks and small bodies. Rather, Girl...

The John Scofield Band – Up All Night

Scofield drives some folks crazy. His last few records have stretched the boundries of funky jazz about as far as they can go....

Robert Cray – Time Will Tell

Can "Young Bob," who slyly boasted about being a "Strong Persuader," the proverbial back door man, be turning 50? Well, the good news is that...

Jimi Hendrix Experience – Paris 1967/San Francisco 1968

Got to hand it to the folks at Experience Hendrix, who keep coming up with good Hendrix music and packaging it in fine releases....

Yamaha SG

Of all the excellent - and generally unheralded - guitars built by Yamaha over the years, none has achieved quite the legendary status as...

The Hacienda Brothers – Hacienda Brothers

Take one of the most road-tested rock-a-bluesy guitarists in the game, the Paladins' Dave Gonzalez, and add country/conjunto/Cajun soul man Chris Gaffney, and you've...

Rob McNelley – On

I love it when this happens. Totally out of the blue comes a CD, by an artist I am unfamiliar with, and it blows...

Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez – The Trouble With Humans

Some famous musical duos originate in the womb, like The Louvin or Everly brothers. Others are created by love, like Ian and Silvia,...

1965 Gibson Thunderbird

In spite of its laudable history, the Gibson company's solidbody electric basses have never been much of a factor in the market. Sure, it...
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