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Burlington Discover Jazz Festival 2019

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Burlington Discover Jazz Festival Burlington, Vermont May 31-June 9, 2019 Prominent among the many of virtues the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival offers its hometown each year is a reminder of the energetic activity that permeates the Queen City of Vermont (and not just at this most wonderful time of the year). Witness ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Eric Clapton: Life In 12 Bars: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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There's no scarcity of anthologies devoted to the span of Eric Clapton's work throughout his career, so there's a danger the soundtrack to Lili Fini Zanuck's documentary, Life in 12 Bars, will immediately seem redundant. Yet this companion piece to the film is perfectly complementary, deceptively discerning collection, even apart from the previously-unreleased items it contains. ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEW

Eric Clapton: Life In 12 Bars

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Eric Clapton Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars Eagle Vision 2018 There's a point right near the end of Lili Fini Zanuck's film devoted to Eric Clapton where the archetypal guitar hero makes a solemn statement regarding the profound importance of music in his life. His declaration strikes an unusually resounding ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Steve Winwood at the Space at Westbury

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Steve Winwood The Space at Westbury Westbury, NY April 20, 2017 Fifty-one years after a teenaged Steve Winwood sang “Gimme Some Lovin'" with the Spencer Davis Group, the rock, pop and rhythm and blues legend can still nail the vocal and hit all the notes on the '60s anthem. On ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

The Traveling Wilburys Collection

Read "The Traveling Wilburys Collection" reviewed by Doug Collette

It's very safe to say there's never been a band like the Traveling Wilburys and equally fair to state no such band has been regarded as they have, either at the time of their inception or with the benefit of hindsight as afforded by the comprehensive package that is The Traveling Wilburys Collection. Yet ...

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Gov't Mule at the Beacon Theatre on New Year's Eve

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Gov't MuleBeacon TheatreNew York, NYDecember 30-31, 2011 Though Gov't Mule had played hardly any gigs since January 1, 2011, it nevertheless presented a hearty welcome to 2012 with a two-night Beacon theatre run that marked the tenth anniversary of the its New York City tradition. No question, Gov't ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Traffic's "John Barleycorn Must Die" Returns

Traffic's "John Barleycorn Must Die" Returns

Traffic to Release Deluxe Edition of John Barleycorn Must Die March 8 Deluxe Import Includes Alternate Takes, Live Tracks & Previously Unreleased Material Santa Monica, CA: John Barleycorn Must Die is the Traffic album that almost never was but which is now commonly regarded as their definitive work. By 1970, still only 22, Steve Winwood had ...

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Part 10 - Knitting Factory hits Fela Kuti purple patch

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Knitting Factory's comprehensive, multi-format, Fela Kuti reissue program hits a new high with its second salvo, the “Na Poi" batch, released in May 2010. The seven discs span 1974-77, a remarkably prolific and creative time even by the Afrobeat originator's own standards. As with the first “Chop 'n' Quench" batch--reviewed in Part 7 ...


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