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Monthly Archives: September 2007

Marc Ford – Weary And Wired

 

Shortly after announcing his retirement from the Black Crowes, the platinum-selling Southern-rockers he’d joined in 1992, Marc Ford reunited with bassist Mark “Muddy” Dutton and drummer Doni Gray, his late-80s bandmates from the L.A. retro-rockers, Burning (more…)

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Danny Gatton – Redneck Jazz Explosion Volume 1 and Volume 2

 

The Danny Gatton files have so much great stuff that we may be hearing from the genius of the guitar for quite some time. These two (more…)

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The Clash – The Singles

 

Rarely in the history of music has so much been packaged so beautifully for so many. The Clash The Singles box is a glorious collection of the band’s original 19 singles, reissued on individual CDs. Each comes in (more…)

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Ian Hunter

Guitar Prognosticator
 

Ian Hunter’s Diary of a Rock N’ Roll Star is a fascinating look at early-1970s bands, music, and guitar collecting. The book, a journal of a U.S. tour by his band, Mott the Hoople, written to promote All The Young Dudes, was published in (more…)

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Electro-Harmonix Pog and English Muff’n pedals

Sounds, Classic and Funky
 

For the last 37-plus years, Electro-Harmonix has been a prolific innovator and manufacturer of effects pedals and other preamp devices. A few times each year, E-H president Mike Matthews offers up something different and unexpected, but it always sounds great, (more…)

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Carrie Rodriguez – Seven Angels on A Bicycle

 

Carrie Rodriguez has blossomed from a reluctant background singer to a confident lead vocalist in just four albums. Her first solo release demonstrates that she has the chops to lead her own (more…)

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September 2007

 

FEATURES GARY MOORE Still Got the Blues – Again! His style is as distinct and identifiable as his career is varied. After rocking (with Thin Lizzy and solo) in the 1980s, he discovered his true calling – the blues. And his new album proves he’s truly one of the greats. By Lisa Sharken RANGER DOUG […]

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