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Monthly Archives: June 2008

Replacements – Don’t You Know Who I Think I Was?

Shakespeare would have labeled them a tragicomedy. Rock and roll called them business as usual. The Replacements were a quintessential rock and roll band -...

Tony Trischka – Double Banjo

Tony Trischka's 35-year career has seen him play with Tony Rice, Mike Marshall, Darol Anger, Jerry Douglas, and David Grisman. He's also Bela Fleck's...

The Monkees – More of the Monkees

Dovetailing off our yearly rant when the nominations for the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame are announced, a fellow writer and I segued...

Moby Grape – Grape Jam/Wow

When Columbia/Legacy released the single-disc Listen My Friends! The Best Of Moby Grape, the label made the mistake of dubbing a career overview a...

5th Dimension – Stoned Soul Picnic/The Age of Aquarius Live

In 1967, the 5th Dimension (Billy Davis, Jr., Marilyn McCoo, Florence LaRue, Lamonte McLemore, and Ron Townson) was launched into the Top 10 with...

Donald Fagen – Nightfly Trilogy

For music lovers and techno geeks, this seven-disc set by the Steely Dan front man is a match made in heaven. It includes CDs of...

Mark Newton – Hillbilly Hemingway

At first listen, you'd call Mark Newton's music bluegrass, but it's not just bluegrass. Sure, the affects are slathered on, but the drums give...

June 2008

FEATURES STEVE WINWOOD Voice of a Guitar Great One of rock’s greatest keyboard players, he also possesses one of the great singing voices in the genre. But...
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