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Monthly Archives: May 2007

The Lucky Tomblin Band – In a Honky-Tonk Mood

Sometimes, a record is just meant to be fun. Nothing more, nothing less. Welcome to In a Honky-Tonk Mood. Of course, it's easy to...

Sonic Youth – Goo (Deluxe Edition)

As we get older, reminders of the fact come fast and furious. The reissue of classic albums from our youth perhaps hits the hardest,...

Kate Rusby – The Girl Who Couldn’t Fly

When you listen to Kate Rusby, you hear the very essence of Celtic music. Her voice soars over the top of a song without...

1912-’16 Manuel Ramírez Model 26

Manuel Ramírez was one of the most important makers of the Madrid school at the turn of the 20th century. His well-organized shop was...

Tony Nobles 006 Acoustic and Exhibition Resonator

Austin-area guitar builder/repairman Tony Nobles was, like everyone else in in high school wood shop class, needing an idea for something to build. Unimpressed...

Höfner Verythin Classic

When most vintage instrument players and enthusiasts think of Höfner, visions spring to mind of the legendary Beatle bass, or maybe some stuffy jazz...

Bryan Sutton – Not Too Far From The Tree

Imagine creating an album where you play duets with all of your guitar heroes. On Not Too Far From The Tree, Bryan Sutton does...

Richie Allen And The Pacific Surfers – The Rising Surf and Surfer’s Slide

Of all the bandwagons to infiltrate rock and roll, surf music would have to rank as one of the shortest lived but most widespread....

Tommy Castro

Tommy Castro is known as a hard-working musician with a penchant for the blues. The rep is well-deserved. "One year we had 350 gigs,"...

James Burton and Ralph Mooney – Corn Pickin’ And Slick Slidin’

The first domestic CD release of this pickin' fest from 1968 is cause for celebration. This all-instrumental outing featuring two of country's greatest stylists...
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