Monthly Archives: January 2006

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...

Santana – Santana: Legacy Edition

Watching Santana's incendiary performance in the concert film of Woodstock, it's almost beyond comprehension to realize that this was a band that had yet...

Wayne Lap Steel

Wayne Charvel's name is familiar to any guitarist who was on the scene in the 1980s. If that rock star or bar wunderkind you...

Taj Mahal

"I've never heard anybody come up and tell me that the music I'm playing don't feel good," says Taj Mahal. And it's hard to...

Dwight Twilley – 47 Moons

Dwight Twilley is like that cousin who used to pop in once in a blue moon and was great fun to be with and...

Dave Biller – LeRoy’s Swing

LeRoy's Swing is a stylish collection of Djangocentric music played with a Texas twist. Biller's backing band is modeled after Django's wartime Nouveau Quintette,...

Greg V – Tailgate Troubadour

Greg V has played and toured with acts like Double Trouble and Buddy Miles. But that won't prepare you for this album of instrumentals...

Ian Date & Robin Nolan – Go Ahead

Take an Aussie living in Ireland and a Londoner living in Amsterdam, stick them in a studio, and what do you get? Gypsy swing,...

Various Artists – Christmas Grass Too

It's the time of year when you may be looking to make a few additions to your collection of Christmas records. Any record that starts...

Byther Smith – Hold That Train

Byther Smith is bad in the best sense of the word. Nicknamed "The Mississippi Kid," Smith is a former boxer and manual laborer who...
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