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Monthly Archives: May 2006

Ibanez Model 2020

Like most things, the closer you look at certain phenomena, the more you find often subtle, unexpected surprises. A good example is this Ibanez Model...

KJL Dirty 30 amp

What's Fat, purple, and loud? Well, Barney the Dinosaur is one answer, but not the one we're looking for here. The correct answer is...

Warren Haynes

Given his work ethic, it makes sense that Warren Haynes plays in a band called Gov't Mule. A strong contender for Workaholic Guitarist of...

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble – Live At Montreux 1982 & 1985

By now, every guitar fan worth his salt knows the story behind these two concerts by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble at the...

Brian Wilson – Smile

It was 1967, and through those hash-hazy days of the Summer of Love, Beach Boys auteur Brian Wilson had a vision. Inspired by the...

David Ball – Freewheeler

David Ball has the talent to be a huge star, yet he seems content to fly underneath Nashville's radar. His first song, "Don't You...

Michael Powers – Onyx Root

Even for the most hardcore blues fan, things can get a bit "samey" after a point, with so many artists dipping into the same...

John Pizzarelli – Knowing You

Pizzarelli is on a roll. His past few albums have been stone-cold killers, and his most recent, Knowing You, is a collection of...

Various artists – Doctors, Professors, Kings & Queens

The music of New Orleans has, by now, been over-anthologized, but, with four discs and an 80-page book, Shout! Factory's deluxe treatment is perhaps...

The Duhks – The Duhks

I despise most "multi-cultural" bands because they end up being musical jacks-of-all-trades and masters of none. The Duhks (pronounced like duck) manage to avoid...
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