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Monthly Archives: January 2007

Eric Johnson

Eric Johnson has a reputation for being not only an amazing guitarist, but someone who cares deeply about every aspect of his music. Johnson...

Jake Shimabukuro – Dragon

Jake Shimabukuro - Dragon The ukulele is where many a guitarist got his or her start, but for Jake Shimabukuro, it was the destination. The...

John Cowan – New Tattoo

John Cowan - New Tattoo John Cowan is one of modern bluegrass' most influential innovators. On his latest release, he explores the more "popgrass" side...

Various artists – The Royal Dan: A Tribute

Various artists - The Royal Dan: A Tribute It's a great idea, and for the most part, it works. The Royal Dan is the latest...

Jeff Golub – Temptation

Lots of folks think Golub's playing has grown a little too slick and "smooth" for its own good. You might agree, but to me,...

Dr. Z Mini Z

The Mini Z is amp builder Dr. Z's (a.k.a. Mike Zaite) entry into the low-watt/single-power-tube practice/recording category of amps. Extremely compact at under one...

Mimi Fox

Mimi Fox has been recording for many years, but moved notably further into the spotlight with her last two releases, 2004's She's the Woman,...

Shawn Camp – Fireball

Shawn Camp's latest record features his songwriting skills presented in a live acoustic and bluegrass context, framed with electric honkytonk flare. Even though the...

Little Milton – Think of Me

Little Milton is a stone-cold legend of black music. He's called a blues singer and guitarist, but has always seemed to be more. Here,...

Flatt & Scruggs and Earl Scruggs – Foggy Mountain Jamboree, Gospel and I Saw...

Flatt & Scruggs and Earl Scruggs - Foggy Mountain Jamboree, Gospel and I Saw The Ligh It's surprising that Legacy didn't issue this bluegrass treasure...
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