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Blues with a Backbone

Label: Hapi Skratch Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Green Onions; Trust in You; Sin Nombre; Big Easy Blues; The Phonebook Song; Never Too Young; Mary Had a Little Lamb; Backbone Blues; SRV Shuffle.

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Michaela Rae: Blues with a Backbone

Read "Blues with a Backbone" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


There are many who believe the blues is dying, a feeling reinforced by the fact that many of the major icons in this genre are over 80, like B.B. King, Pinetop Perkins and David “Honeyboy" Edwards. However, there is youth in the blues, like Homemade Jamz and now, Michaela Rae Knox. This 14-year-old Colorado ...

Album

Clearing the Tracks

Label: Hapi Skratch Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: 1. Insallah (7:04), 2. Chivalry is not Dead (5:09), 3. Monsters (5:39), 4. All the Kings Men (3:34), 5. Kara Kum (8:48), 6. From Here to There (4:23), 7. The Hammer Song (4:51), 8. Joy (3:41), 9. Routier (1:45), 10. A Simply Prayer (3:25), 11. Mason Street Shuffle (3:43), 12. Juggernaut (4:25), 13. War of the Worlds (5:50), 14. Goin

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Dave Beegle: Clearing the Tracks

Read "Clearing the Tracks" reviewed by Michael Askounes


Dave Beegle – session man and member of the instrumental outfit The Fourth Estate – is on a mission to prove that true rock guitar playing is alive and well with his compilation release Clear the Tracks. The CD contains tracks spanning Beegle’s ten year career with bands such as The BOQ Trio, Artifact Symphony, Blinddog ...


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