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Article: Film Review

Mick Fleetwood & Friends Celebrate The Music of Peter Green and the Early Years of Fleetwood Mac

Read "Mick Fleetwood & Friends  Celebrate The Music of Peter Green and the Early Years of Fleetwood Mac" reviewed by Doug Collette


Mick Fleetwood & Friends Celebrate The Music of Peter Green and the Early Years of Fleetwood Mac BMG 2021 Enclosed in a hardbound book format similar to Then Play On -The Celebration Edition (BMG, 2020), this homage to the late Peter Green, British guitarist and co-founder of Fleetwood Mac group, is ...

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Article: SoCal Jazz

Bill Cunliffe: Always Doing It The Right Way

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Most notably a jazz pianist, it comes as more than a surprise that Bill Cunliffe was not in the same orbit as jazz until he was in college. With the sheer volume of top shelf jazz he has written and recorded since, he would seem to have made up for any lost time. That time, those ...

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Then Play On - The Celebration Edition

Label: BMG
Released: 2020
Track listing: Coming Your Way; Closing My Eyes; Fighting For Madge; When You Say; Show-Biz Blues; Under Way; One Sunny Day; Although The Sun Is Shining; Rattlesnake Shake; Without You; Searching For Madge; My Dream; Like Crying; Before The Beginning; Oh Well - Pt. 1; Oh Well - Pt. 2; The Green Manalishi (With The Two Prong Crown); World In Harmony.

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Article: Album Review

Fleetwood Mac: Then Play On - The Celebration Edition

Read "Then Play On - The Celebration Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette


Announced for release roughly five weeks prior to the passing of guitarist extraordinaire Peter Green, The Celebration Edition of Fleetwood Mac's Then Play On was originally conceived as a prelude to the Mick Fleetwood And Friends Celebrate The Music Of Peter Green concert film. As fate would have it (fortunately or unfortunately), the ornate CD package ...

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Article: Book Review

Blues From Laurel Canyon: My Life As A Bluesman

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Blues From Laurel Canyon: My Life As A Bluesman John Mayall with Joel McIver 336 Pages ISBN: #978-1785581786 Omnibus Press 2019 Blues From Laurel Canyon seems an odd assignation of a name for John Mayall's memoir, if only because that main title doesn't quite correspond to its subtitle My ...

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Article: Film Review

The US Festival 1982: The US Generation

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Various Artists The US Festival 1982 MVD Entertainment Group 2018 By title alone, The US Festival of 1982 might seem light years removed from the abiding fascination with festivals now pervading our culture. But if director Glenn Aveni's ninety-minutes plus documentary proves anything, it's that this event founded and sponsored ...

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Article: Live Review

Groove8 At The San Francisco Fillmore Jazz Festival 2017

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Groove8 San Francisco Fillmore Jazz Festival San Francisco, CAJuly 1-2, 2017 San Francisco's 33rd Annual Fillmore Jazz Festival was a huge, funky street party celebrating numerous music genres, ethnic foods, crafts and more in the city's historical and culturally rich Fillmore neighborhood. This year's edition of the FJF, running between ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Blues Deluxe: Colin James, Matthew Curry and Johnny Nicholas

Read "Blues Deluxe: Colin James, Matthew Curry and Johnny Nicholas" reviewed by Doug Collette


The cultural fragmentation of the last two decades or so has resulted in such a multiplicity of niche categories that the blues community only benefits by its long-term standing of loyalty to the genre. Rather than suffer foolish players gladly or thoughtlessly reward the mediocre results of their efforts, these devoted and inveterate music-lovers deeply relish ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Light of the Supreme: Carlos Santana’s Devadip Trilogy

Read "Light of the Supreme: Carlos Santana’s Devadip Trilogy" reviewed by Rob Caldwell


To the casual music fan in 1971 Carlos Santana appeared as if he was on top of the world. His band's appearance at Woodstock two short years earlier, plus their cover of Fleetwood Mac's “Black Magic Woman" had catapulted him to stardom. Yet, behind the scenes, his band was splintering. Different musical and personal objectives, plus ...


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