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Content by tag "Allman Brothers"

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Tedeschi Trucks Band with Hot Tuna and The Wood Brothers at Red Rocks

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Tedeschi Trucks Band with Hot Tuna and The Wood Brothers
Red Rocks Amphitheater
Denver, CO
July 29-30, 2017

The Tedeschi Trucks juggernaut continues to snowball. The band's inaugural Denver concert in November 2011 was at the Fillmore Auditorium; capacity 3,000. The venue quickly shifted to an annual summer show at Red ...

The Allman Brothers Band: Live From A&R Studios New York August 26th 1971

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Sacrilegious as it may sound, the Allman Brothers' performance on Live From A&R Studios New York August 26th 1971 is superior to At Fillmore East (Capricorn, 1971), heretofore regarded as the definitive document of this seminal southern rock band's on-stage expertise. After prior bootlegging in a variety of forms, the recording of the former has been ...

Tiziano Tononi and Southbound: Trouble No More… All Men Are Brothers

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La musica della Allman Brothers (e in fondo tutta una tradizione blues pregressa) a braccetto con Trane, Ayler, Mingus, il Davis orgiastico della svolta elettrica, e poi Rahsaan, Sun Ra, Cherry, l'Art Ensemble: questa, dichiaratamente, la linea percorsa dal nuovo lavoro del percussionista milanese, che del resto ad operazioni del genere è avvezzo da oltre venticinque ...

ARTICLE: BOOK REVIEWS

The Blues: Why It Still Hurts So Good

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The Blues: Why It Still Hurts So Good
Marie Trout
360 Pages
ISBN: #099799830X
Yakkabiz Publishers
2017

Although the therapeutic value of music has not been wholly certified in scientific terms, it is nevertheless an accepted premise in our culture, one that Marie Trout explores with as much ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Way Down Inside: Songs of Willie Dixon

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Big Head Todd and the Monsters have been fans of blues music since their first days together playing music in high school, so it only makes sense they'd eventually record am album in this seminal form. Accordingly, in 2011 the band delved into the blues with their first 'Big Head Blues Club' project, 100 Years of ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Los Lobos at The Barre Opera House

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Los Lobos
Barre Opera House
Barre, Vermont
January 28, 2017

Without playing virtually any of their best known material-no “La Bamba" or “How Will the Wolf Survive?"-Los Lobos thoroughly charmed and eventually won the hearts (and minds no doubt) of a Vermont crowd January 28. This even after a “Wanna get ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Cameron Mizell: Negative Spaces

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Cameron Mizell is not a well-known guitarist but he is a talented one. Working with just keyboards and drums on this CD he goes on an expansive excursion through the realms of jazz, progressive rock, funk and country.

Just the first four tracks, which actually run together without a break, he goes through New ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival 2014

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Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival
Saratoga Springs, NY
June 28-29, 2014

Perfect weather accented this years Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival, an event that had an eclectic mix of young musicians with interesting ideas and approaches, and veterans who deliver consistently.

The weather is always a factor ...

Beyond The Blues

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Back when I was a kid--I was born in 1965--the first comprehensive push for children's education about American Black History was on. Elementary school libraries suddenly included books about Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, and George Washington Carver, and there were even a few books about jazz and blues for young readers.

I wish I could ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Aaron Koppel: Multiverse

Read "Multiverse" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The city of Chicago has always been a breeding ground for musicians looking to expand the horizons of their own art and the styles that they represent, so it should come as no shock that guitarist Aaron Koppel was born and raised in this Midwestern musical mecca. Koppel, who made his initial entrée into the world ...


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