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Cactus

Guitarist Jim McCarty (not to be confused with the Yardbirds’ drummer of the same name) initially turned heads in the mid ’60s, as a...

Morphine

They were a band like no other – either before or since. That was the inevitable description of the rock trio Morphine, from critics...

Ralph Towner, John Abercrombie Quartet, Wolfgang Muthspiel, Dewa Budjana

The ECM label is renowned for its brand of atmospheric jazz-fusion highlighted by gorgeous audio quality. Two of its guitar masters – Ralph Towner...

Mike Watt

In 1995, Minutemen and Firehose co-founder/bassist Mike Watt unfurled his solo debut, Ball-Hog or Tugboat? Testament to Watt’s influence (and legendary affability), the credits...

Mike Zito

Mike Zito’s latest serves up large helpings of boogie, blues, and roadhouse-ready rock. His guitar work is stellar as usual and the band features...

Ronnie Baker Brooks

Second-generation bluesman Ronnie Baker Brooks’ first album in 10 years blends the soul of Chicago, hot guitar licks, and old-school Memphis R&B. Produced by...

Croy and the Boys

There’s something about the Telecaster – as well as its forerunners and inspired imitators – that attracts musicians whose music then reflects the guitar’s...

Owen Campbell

While the electric guitar might define rock and roll, Owen Campbell elevates the image of the acoustic guitar as an effective force in the...

Steve Earle

When Epic Records dropped Steve Earle in ’85 after a series of fiery but commercially unsuccessful recordings, Nashville was in panic mode. The frothy,...

Larry Campbell

You’ve probably seen his face, and maybe even watched his hair and beard go from black to gray. Whether it’s fiddling with Bob Dylan,...
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