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Monthly Archives: November 2005

Los Lobos

Don't think Los Lobos has had an impact on the tastes of the public and other musicians? When was the last time you...

Steve Miller – King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents

Before he was FM rock radio king, Steve Miller was known as Stevie "Guitar" Miller. This live release, recorded in 1973 and...

Big Head Todd and the Monsters – Crimes of Passion

Big Head Todd and the Monsters have been around, and been a part of several music scenes. They were "the next big thing"...

Chris Whitley – War Crime Blues

Chris Whitley caught my attention back in '91 with a brilliant album called Living With the Law. He's done a lot of things...

Yes – Yesspeak: 35th Anniversary DVD

While many music DVDs contain mostly concert material, the 2-disc Yesspeak takes an alternate approach - it features the famous members of the prog-rock...

G&L Legacy

I enjoy covering sleeper gear in this column. During the past 11 years, we've looked at bargains like the Gibson L-6S, Seagull S-6+,...

Maxon VS Effects

With their straight-out-of- the-'70s groovy colors - pea soup green, bright orange, powder blue, plum purple, and Mopar metallic green - Maxon's Vintage Series Effects look like...

Reverend Hellhound 40/60

Reverend Musical Instru ments founder Joe Naylor's head is always cranking out cool ideas. A Roberto-Venn graduate who in 1996 sold his amplifier company so he...

Earl Slick

Earl Slick landed his dream gig back in 1974, when a friend referred him for a gig with David Bowie, replacing Mick Ronson. ...

Pat Martino

He is a living legend, a national treasure, and an inspiration to musicians and music lovers of all stripes. Pat Martino's exemplary career spans four...
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