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Trouble No More: 50th Anniversary Collection

Label: Universal Music Group
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD 1: Trouble No More; Don’t Want You No More/It’s Not My Cross To Bear; Dreams; Whipping Post; I’m Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town; Midnight Rider; Revival; Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’; Hoochie Coochie Man; . Please Call Home; Statesboro Blues; Stormy Monday; In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed; CD 2: One Way Out; You Don’t Love Me / Soul Serenade; Hot ‘Lanta; Stand Back; Meliss a;Blue Sky; Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More; Wasted Words; Ramblin’ Man; Southbound; Jessica; Early Morning Blues: CD 3: Come And Go Blues; Mountain Jam; Can’t Lose What You Never Had; Win, Lose Or Draw; High Falls; Crazy Love; Can’t Take It With You; Pegasus; Just Ain’t Easy; Hell & High Water; Angeline; Leavin’; Never Knew How Much (I Needed You); CD 4: Good Clean Fun; Seven Turns; Gambler’s Roll; End Of The Lin; Nobody Knows; Low Down Dirty Mean; Come On Into My Kitchen; Sailin’ ‘Cross The Devil’s Sea; Back Where It All Begins; Soulshine; No One To Run With; I’m Not Crying. CD 5: Loan Me A Dime; Desdemona; High Cost Of Low Living; Old Before My Time; Blue Sky; Little Martha; Black Hearted Woman; The Sky Is Crying; Farewell speeches;Trouble No More.

Brandon “Taz” Niederauer: A Minor with a Major Future

Read "Brandon “Taz” Niederauer: A Minor with a Major Future" reviewed by Alan Bryson

Though only seventeen, guitarist/singer/songwriter Brandon Niederauer has amassed a staggering list of accomplishments. At age ten he was a guest and performer on The Ellen DeGeneres Show--the YouTube clip of which has over 3,200,000 views. Two years later he landed a role in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Broadway Musical, School of Rock. He has performed a Hendrixesque version ...

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B.B. King: Through the Years

Read "B.B. King: Through the Years" reviewed by Alan Bryson

Sixty-six years passed from the time in 1948 when Riley King auditioned for a spot on Sonny Boy Williamson's radio program, until his final performance at the House of Blues on October 3, 2014 in Chicago. His life was a remarkable odyssey from a sharecropper's cabin to the pinnacle of success. We'll never know how many ...

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Allman Brothers Band: Trouble No More: 50th Anniversary Collection

Read "Trouble No More: 50th Anniversary Collection" reviewed by Doug Collette

The gold-embossed lettering on the front and back cover of the roughly 5" by 7" slipcase enclosing the Allman Brothers Band's box set Trouble No More belies its otherwise generic art work. Yet the graphic design isn't all that gives the lie to an otherwise positive first impression gleaned from 50th Anniversary Collection. A glance at ...

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Robbie Robertson: Sinematic

Read "Sinematic" reviewed by Doug Collette

Robbie Robertson's ongoing fascination with the dark(er) side of human nature, combined with his longstanding fascination with film, begs the question of why it took so long for him to fuse the two interests in a solo album. There are more than a few memorable moments scattered throughout approximately sixty minutes of music on Sinematic and ...

Remembering Kofi Burbridge: 1961-2019

Read "Remembering Kofi Burbridge: 1961-2019" reviewed by Alan Bryson

Kofi Burbridge, keyboardist, flutist, arranger, and composer with the Tedeschi Trucks Band, passed away on February 15, 2019 at the age of 57. His health issues became public in the summer of 2017 when he underwent emergency heart surgery. Things seemed hopeful after his return to the band and his participation in the recording of what ...

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The Multifaceted Mike Seal

Read "The Multifaceted Mike Seal" reviewed by Alan Bryson

He's an extraordinarily talented guitarist whose musical interests range from jazz and bluegrass to classical music. Mike Seal has been active on the Southern music scene for over a decade and is based in Nashville, Tennessee. His grandfather was a gifted self taught gospel guitarist in rural Virginia, and his older brother, Rob Seal, is a ...

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Scott Sharrard & Jack Pearson: Brothers by Proxy

Read "Scott Sharrard & Jack Pearson: Brothers by Proxy" reviewed by Doug Collette

As the legacy of the Allman Brothers Band looms ever larger with the passing years, those musicians outside the nucleus of the seminal Southern rock/blues band are building upon their early contributions to the group, plus their own prior work, in so doing elevating their profiles proportionately. Take Jack Pearson, for instance, whose stint with ABB ...

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Ronny Jordan: A pioneer of Acid Jazz, a Staple of Smooth Jazz

Read "Ronny Jordan: A pioneer of Acid Jazz, a Staple of Smooth Jazz" reviewed by Alan Bryson

This month marks guitarist Ronny Jordan's 55th birthday. A trailblazer in acid jazz, his debut album The Antidote foreshadowed Miles Davis' embrace of hip hop with the album Doo-Bop by six months. Moreover, Jordan's track “After Hours" also had a profound impact on smooth jazz as you will read in the following interview. This interview was ...


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