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Article: Album Review

Poco: One Night in Nashville

Read "One Night in Nashville" reviewed by Doug Collette


What at a glance looks like a lost treasure, Poco's One Night in Nashville, is in fact a re-release of a title available on CD/DVD around the time of its recording in 2004. It has existed under different titles in the interim and this reissue (with its own seemingly varied cover graphics) actually exists on both ...

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Article: Blues Deluxe

Summer 2021

Read "Summer 2021" reviewed by Doug Collette


Blues Deluxe is a regular column comprised of pithy takes on recent blues and roots-music releases of note. It spotlights titles in those genres that might otherwise go unnoticed under the cultural radar. Mike Younger Burning The Bigtop Down Self Produced 2021 The backstory of an album is ...

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Article: Live Review

Live From Birmingham: Michael Chapman, Mike Heron, Trembling Bells, Ed Askew & Matt Woosey

Read "Live From Birmingham: Michael Chapman, Mike Heron, Trembling Bells, Ed Askew & Matt Woosey" reviewed by Martin Longley


Michael Chapman The Kitchen Garden Café August 7, 2017 This intimate venue in the Kings Heath suburb of Birmingham was packed to capacity for an appearance by one of ye olde folk legends of England. Singer and guitarist Michael Chapman is now in his 76th year, originally sprouting in Leeds, ...

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Article: Album Review

Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders: Garcia Live Volume Six: Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders July 5 1973, Lion's Share

Read "Garcia Live Volume Six: Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders July 5 1973, Lion's Share" reviewed by Doug Collette


A cursory review of Garcia Live Volume Six reveals much that's familiar about such titles including personnel (keyboardist/vocalist Merl Saunders, bassist John Kahn and drummer Bill Vitt) and material ("I Second That Emotion," “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down"). But a closer perusal uncovers elements that make July 5, 1973 Lion's Share a distinctive entry ...

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Article: Live Review

Warren Haynes and the Ashes and Dust Band at the Ogden Theater

Read "Warren Haynes and the Ashes and Dust Band at the Ogden Theater" reviewed by Geoff Anderson


Warren Haynes and the Ashes and Dust Band Ogden Theater Denver, CO April 1, 2016 Warren Haynes' musical journey continues. Is he on a quest? Certainly he's not looking for a specific “musical identity." The whole point of the journey seems to be covering as much musical territory as possible in ...

Article: Lyrics

Il fascino sostenibile della leggerezza #2

Read "Il fascino sostenibile della leggerezza #2" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


In poche parole ci riproviamo: a tagliare una seconda volta in orizzontale, grosso modo a distanza di un semestre, una fetta di produzione discografica, a conti fatti dischi arrivati nell'ultimo paio di mesi (ma in due o tre casi usciti in precedenza), per soppesare quanto il titolo di quel primo “sopralluogo" (a tesi) (clicca qui per ...

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Article: Album Review

Scott Ellison: Elevator Man

Read "Elevator Man" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Tulsa, Oklahoma-native Scott Ellison looks like an accountant (not unlike fellow blues musician George Taylor), sings a bit like a dustbowl Howlin' Wolf and plays guitar like Old Scratch from the corner of Highways 49 and 61. Dusty Oklahoma is the home of many fine musicians not the least of whom include Leon Russell, J.J. Cale, ...

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Article: Live Review

Penang Island Jazz Festival 2012

Read "Penang Island Jazz Festival 2012" reviewed by Ian Patterson


9th Penang Island Jazz FestivalBayview HotelPenang, MalaysiaNovember 29--December 2, 2012 From pickup at the airport at 10.30pm to personal send-off five days later at 4.00am, Paul Augustin, the Director of the Penang Island Jazz Festival, is what you could call the perfect host. It's this personal touch--instilled in the festival staff's ...

News: Recording

Alvin Lee still on the Road to Freedom

Alvin Lee still on the Road to Freedom

More than four decades have passed since Alvin Lee stood front and center at the famed Woodstock festival with his band Ten Years After and told half million or so fans, “I’m Going Home . . . by helicopter.” Forty-three years later, Alvin Lee hasn’t arrived at his destination yet, as the title of his new ...


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