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Jorma Kaukonen: Live At The Bottom Line

Read "Live At The Bottom Line" reviewed by Doug Collette

Live at the Bottom Line represents a significant turning point in the history of guitarist, composer and vocalist Jorma Kaukonen. Occurring roughly a year after the release of his solo album, Blue Country Heart (Columbia Records, 2002), the concerts marked the advent of a new career phase for the co-founder of Hot Tuna, including regular touring ...


Article: Film Review

A Night At The Family Dog/Go Ride The Music/West Pole 2-DVD

Read "A Night At The Family Dog/Go Ride The Music/West Pole 2-DVD" reviewed by Doug Collette

A Night At The Family Dog/Go Ride The Music/West Pole Mercury Studios2023 Close to three hours of footage taken from television programs curated by the late Ralph J. Gleason, esteemed journalist, co-founder of Rolling Stone Magazine and passionate advocate of music from the mid-to-late Sixties, A Night At The Family Dog/Go ...


Article: Album Review

Dave McMurray: Grateful Deadication 2

Read "Grateful Deadication 2" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Yet another Grateful Dead tribute will probably invite the same reactions from devotees and anyone else--either “oh, these songs again? “ or “Hmm, these songs again?" For anyone willing to take a look, it will (of course) come down to the way the material is presented and retooled, which in Dave McMurray's case means the sound ...


Article: Multiple Reviews

Rolling Stones And Grateful Dead: Stoking The Eternal Flame

Read "Rolling Stones And Grateful Dead: Stoking The Eternal Flame" reviewed by Doug Collette

Notwithstanding the almost clockwork regularity of archival releases (with and without bonus material), upon quick reflection, the Rolling Stones and the Grateful Dead would not appear to have much in common. But some concentrated contemplation reveals how many traits these bands actually share and that's even apart from their remarkable longevity. With sixty-plus years and counting ...


Article: Live Review

Paul Clarvis Trio At Magy's Farm

Read "Paul Clarvis Trio At Magy's Farm" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Paul Clarvis Trio Magy's Farm Dromara, N. Ireland February 19, 2023 The last gig of Paul Clarvis Trio's fifteen-date UK tour to promote its debut album Freight Train (Village Life, 2022) was likely its smallest and furthest removed from bright city lights. Magy's Farm, a rural venue with a capacity of ...


Article: Album Review

Bob Weir: Ace - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (2CD)

Read "Ace - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (2CD)" reviewed by Doug Collette

Befitting its heady milestone date, the title of Bob Weir's initial solo album, Ace, carries multiple meanings. First of all, it was the Grateful Dead guitarist, vocalist & songwriter's nickname at the time of its gestation and completion (his bawdy persona as such mirrored in the ultra-suave pose on the inside photo as well as the ...


Article: Album Review

Dose Hermanos: Persistence of Memory

Read "Persistence of Memory" reviewed by Doug Collette

Consisting of two formidable contributors to the expansive oeuvre of the Grateful Dead, keyboardist/multi-instrumentalists Tom Constanten and Bob Bralove, Dose Hermanos explore areas of ambiance hardly unfamiliar to the iconic San Francisco band. Both men performed with the Dead, albeit at markedly different eras of the band's existence (Constanten as keyboard player from 1968 to 1970, ...


Article: Profile

Diamond Dust: The Eccentric Genius of Jeff Beck

Read "Diamond Dust: The Eccentric Genius of Jeff Beck" reviewed by Doug Collette

The man played like he had a love/hate relationship with his guitar. One moment he could be ever-so-gently coaxing bittersweet strains from the strings and the next he could very well be wringing tortuous sounds from up and down the fretboard, as often as not thanks to his instinctively savvy use of the whammy bar. It ...


Dave’s Picks Volume 38: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY 9/8/73

Label: Rhino
Released: 2022
Track listing: CD 1: Bertha; Me And My Uncle; Sugaree; Beat It On Down The Line; Tennessee Jed; Looks Like Rain; Brown-Eyed Women; Jack Straw; Row Jimmy: Weather Report Suite - Prelude/Part I/Part II (Let It Grow). CD 2: Eyes Of The World; China Doll; Greatest Story Ever Told; Ramble On Rose; Big River; Let Me Sing Your Blues Away; China Cat Sunflower; I Know You Rider; El Paso. (Bonus) Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (9/7/73) - Bird Song. CD 3: He's Gone; Truckin'; Not Fade Away; Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad; Not Fade Away; Stella Blue; One More Saturday Night. (Bonus) Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (9/7/73) - Playing In The Band.


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