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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Michael McDonald with Chaka Khan at The NYCB Theatre at Westbury

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Michael McDonald with Chaka Khan
The NYCB Theatre at Westbury
Westbury, NY
June 28, 2019

Most musicians would dream about having the type of career that Michael McDonald has enjoyed. McDonald's career had been long and storied. In the early '70s he was a member of Steely Dan's ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Tortilla Soup with Tony Lindsay At Yoshi's

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Tortilla Soup with Tony Lindsay
Yoshi's Oakland
Post Eclipse Party
Oakland, CA
September 1, 2017

Powerhouse band Tortilla Soup lit up Yoshi's Oakland with their savory blend of soul, R&B, funk, Latin rock, and salsa along with special guest vocalist Tony Lindsay of Santana fame.

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Michael McDonald and Boz Scaggs At The Paramount

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Michael McDonald and Boz Scaggs
The Paramount
Huntington, NY
July 5, 2017

Michael McDonald has had a long and storied career. In the early days he was a member of Steely Dan's touring group. Over time he became one of the many adjunct members of the band, working on 1975's Katy ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Leon Foster Thomas: Metamorphosis

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Throughout the history of jazz, what once seemed to be oddball instruments have inexorably become part of accepted sonic landscape, while others have fallen into disuse. It's hard to believe that the vibraphone, flute, and violin were once seen as un-swinging, non-jazz instruments, while the banjo and tuba were considered essential linchpins of the jazz sound. ...

ARTICLE: THE AUDIOPHILE

An Ode to Vinyl

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Snap, crackle, pop! Is that the sound of a bowl of Rice Krispies or an abused record? In a blind test, 7 out of 10 listeners couldn't tell the difference between a record from a broken home and milk activating that morning bowl of puffed air. It's a sad fact: records can sound dreadful. Yet...Records are ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Marina Crouse At The Sound Room

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Marina Crouse
The Sound Room
First Time Out
Oakland, CA
January 30, 2016

Talented East Bay vocalist Marina Crouse and her superb band lit up the intimate Sound Room with her distinctive brand of rhythm and blues on this chilly Saturday evening. The night was filled with a soulful blend ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Soundway & Tummy Touch to Present Reissues by Joni Haastrup & His Band MonoMono

Soundway & Tummy Touch to Present Reissues by Joni Haastrup & His Band MonoMono

Re-Issued For Release On CD, Download And Replica Gatefold LP Are Three Of Nigeria's Most Coveted Releases; Monomono's 1971 Debut Album Give The Beggar A Chance, The Follow Up Dawn Of Awareness And Joni Haastrup's Debut Solo Record Wake Up Your Mind; release date September 27

Soundway and Tummy Touch are proud to present three blistering ...