Monthly Archives: November 2010

Jason & the Scorchers – Halcyon Times

It’s an unlikely story that cow-punk pioneers Jason and the Scorchers would be releasing an album in 2010. It’s even more unlikely, so early...

Dr. Dog – Shame, Shame

Hailing from Philadelphia, Dr. Dog plays progressive rock in the best sense of the word. Time was, a lot of pop music felt like the...

Downchild – I Need A Hat

Downchild is a Canadian blues band driven by blues maestro Donnie Walsh. Their new release is made up of originals written by Walsh that...

Pieta Brown – One and All

Following last year’s stripped-down Shimmer, with her new album, Pieta Brown returns to a more familiar sound with longtime guitarist and producer, Bo Ramsey. Brown...

Dan Tyminski – Wheels

Even if you haven’t heard of Dan Tyminski, you’ve likely heard his music. His Grammy-winning version of “I Am A Man of Constant Sorrow”...

D.A.D. – No Fuel Left for the Pilgrims

On their first major label release, the band formerly known as Disneyland After Dark (changed after a threatened lawsuit by the Disney Co.) was...

Kansas – Two for the Show: 30th Anniversary Edition

One iconic artifact of the late-’70s rock scene was the ubiquitous “double live album,” a marketing ploy usually timed for the Christmas rush, but...

John5 – Requiem

His resume includes names like Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie, but John 5 is not your typical shock-metal guitarist. In fact, much of his...

Pat Metheny – Imaginary Day Live

A lot can transpire with Pat Metheny in 10 years, but it’s nice to be able to look back at this 1998 concert, filmed...

Sonny Landreth – From the Reach

Sonny Landreth records are typically gems, and this one is no exception. This time out, he has written songs for folks he admires, then...
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