Monthly Archives: November 2006

Michael Bloomfield – If You Love These Blues, Play ‘Em As You Please

I've had more than one conversation with a colleague when The Paul Butterfield Blues Band album came up, and we said in unison, "That...

C.C. Adcock

C.C. Adcock hunches over his Telecaster like a tiger ready to pounce. He stands on one foot, the other leg twisting like an unmanned...

Bob Brozman – Blues Reflex

Bob Brozman has made his name playing everything from the blues to Hawaiian music, old-timey Americana to Hot Club sounds. But above all, Brozman...

Tiny Moore & Jethro Burns – Back To Back

The original 1979 Kaleidoscope edition of this album is labeled "country" on allmusic.com. Which should come as no surprise; musicians have been stereotyped by...

Pete Anderson

Despite prevailing trends and "industry wisdom" - an oxymoron Pete Anderson has disproved several times over - the 20-year association of this guitarist/producer/label-head and...

Big Al Anderson – After Hours

This is the first solo album by the former lead guitarist for NRBQ in almost a decade, and he uses it to cover lots...

Dave Biller & Jazz Pharaohs – LeRoy’s Swing & Old Man Time

The connection between these two albums is one Dave Biller, a multi-talented Austin guitar man who plays it all - Hot Club swing to...

Fender Telecaster

Simplicity. You can sum up the success of Fender's venerable Telecaster model with one word. A cross-cultural phenomenon right down to its name...

Ralph Heibutzki – Unfinished Business: The Life and Times of Danny G

If it's true that an artist suffers for his music, then some guitar players suffer more than others. We can never know exactly...

Sam Bush and David Grisman – King of My World

If you see Sam Bush perform live, the first thing you'll notice is what a wonderful time he has on stage. Few performers...
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