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Monthly Archives: February 2007

Johnny Cash – Personal File and American V: A Hundred Highways

Johnny Cash - Personal File and American V: A Hundred Highways It's deliciously ironic that, in promoting the newly discovered archives of Johnny Cash's solo...

Lil’ Ed and the Blues Imperials – Rattleshake

It's tough to find a guy who sounds like he's having as much fun making a record as does Lil' Ed. His sixth Alligator...

Janiva Magness – Do I Move You?

Janiva Magness - Do I Move You? This Southern California-based singer has been building quite a buzz in the blues world, churning out six CDs...

Eric Bibb – Diamond Days

Bibb is a fine guitarist and singer, and here proves a very capable songwriter. It's hard to pin him down - you could call...

Donald Fagen – Morph the Cat

Donald Fagen - Morph the Cat Of all the records associated with Steely Dan, Walter Becker, and Donald Fagen, this may be the best since...

Ray Davies – Other People’s Lives

Ray Davies - Other People's Lives This is the type of record few artists make. Each song is carefully crafted, the lyrics are marvelous, and...

Pat Martino – Remember: A Tribute to Wes Montgomery

Pat Martino - Remember: A Tribute to Wes Montgomery This is not the first time legendary guitarist Martino has paid tribute to the man credited...

Albert Lee – Road Runner

England's hottest country picker's last Sugar Hill release, 2003's Heartbreak Hill , was a nice tribute to his former bandleader, Emmylou Harris - albeit...

Mimi Fox – Perpetually Hip

The first thing you notice about Mimi Fox when she begins the single-note original melody of the title track (the first cut of this...

February 2007

FEATURES ERIC CLAPTON AND J.J. CALE Blowin’ Down the Road... Despite appearing onstage together only twice (at shows 27 years apart), they‘ve been collaborating continuously since early...
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