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Dixie Dregs: California Screamin'

Read "California Screamin'" reviewed by Dave Hughes

The Dixie Dregs (also called simply “the Dregs") produced muscular southern rock/fusion during the late seventies and early eighties. They reunited briefly in the early nineties, and reunited again in August, 1999, for a series of concerts at Los Angeles' famed Roxy Theater. The best performances from these hot nights have now been released on California ...

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Dixie Dregs: California Screamin'

Read "California Screamin'" reviewed by Dave Hughes

The Dixie Dregs (also called simply "the Dregs") produced muscular southern rock/fusion during the late seventies and early eighties.  They reunited briefly in the early nineties, and reunited again in August, 1999, for a series of concerts at Los Angeles' famed Roxy Theater.  The best performances from these hot nights have now been released ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dixie Dregs: California Screamin'

Read "California Screamin'" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Perhaps no other band has successfully integrated 1970's style British progressive rock with fusion and jazz improvisation while at times incorporating the finer virtues of the “Southern Rock scene than the “Dixie Dregs ! Their latest, California Screamin captures the band, “live at the legendary “Roxy Theater located in Los Angeles, California as we only wish ...

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Dixie Dregs: California Screamin'

Read "California Screamin'" reviewed by Ed Kopp

In this age of snooze jazz radio and the retro mainstream, kick-ass fusion is all but dead. Given the climate, it's great to have the Dixie Dregs back in action and rocking the house down. California Screamin' is a live overview of the Dregs' sporadic 25-year existence. The players really seemed to enjoy this ...


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