Monthly Archives: September 2009

David Gilmour – On An Island

This is an expanded edition of Gilmour's 2006 DVD of material from a live AOL session. The DVD is a bit sterile, done in...

Subdudes – Street Symphony

It's a good thing the Subdudes decided to "put the band back together" in '02. In this set of music, their first since Hurricane...

Was (Not Was) – Boo

The brothers Was (okay, they're not really brothers) are back after a layoff of almost 20 years. Not much has changed, and that's a...

Various Artists – Best of Outlaw Country

The kind of disc essential to party DJs, Outlaw Country contains many cuts fans of this subgenre will already have. But it's still worth...

The Mother Truckers – Let’s All Go To Bed

Austin needs another talented guitar player and singer/songwriter like Texas needs more tornadoes, but when the Mother Truckers relocated from the Bay Area they...

Kenny Neal – Let Life Flow

Kenny Neal's new release is full of blues and soul music of the highest standard. In fact, "Fly Away" alone is worth the price...

Tony Rice – Night Flyer

The title is a bit misleading. Tony Rice has penned music and lyrics for a few songs (including the one that leads off this...

Josh Preston – Exit Sounds

A few years ago, Josh Preston laid down his electric guitar for the life of singer/songwriter. Once past the slightly offensive notion that this...

Ken Will Morton – Devil in Me Kickin’ Out the Rungs

It's hard for any artist to squeeze out one good album, much less two at once. It's significant that Ken Will Morton hits more...

Lawson Rollins – Infinita

Fusions of classical and flamenco guitar with rock and jazz have yielded interesting permutations for years - from Strunz & Farah to Ottmar Liebert...
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