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Tribute: Cocker Power

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Tribute: Cocker Power Linda Wolf 333 Pages ISBN: #978-1-64722-025-9 Insight Editions 2020 It was a cloudy yet warm day in mid march 1970 as musicians, singers, soundmen, girlfriends, photographers, a dog, and several hangers on made their way to the A & M records ...

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One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band

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One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band Alan Paul 436 Pages ISBN: #978-1-250-04049-7 St. Martin's Press 2014 Apparently the calling to go out and capture the American spirit on canvas came to Norman Rockwell at an early age. Picking up the mantel, and paintbrush, ...

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The Coltrane Home Benefit & Indiegogo Campaign!

The Coltrane Home Benefit & Indiegogo Campaign!

A benefit luncheon in support of the former home of John and Alice Coltrane in Dix Hills, NY will be held on Sunday October 6th, 2013 from 11:30am to 3:00pm at the En Brasserie restaurant located at 435 Hudson Street in New York City. Hosted by Carlos Santana, music provided by the Ravi Coltrane Quartet, keynote ...

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Nick Waterhouse: In The Nick of Time

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A young rocker out and about in Los Angeles at 10 am may be an odd sighting, akin perhaps to seeing a polar bear in the sweaty Congo, but nevertheless here is 25 year old Nick Waterhouse, approaching a downtown diner on a sunny weekday morning to discuss his new album, Time's All Gone (Innovative Leisure, ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

JD McPherson: Signs and Signifiers

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There is an often told tale of a NASA time capsule sent to the dark regions of outer space in late 1977. The capsule, intended to be discovered by beings light years away, was festooned with various sounds that would give a clue as to life on mother earth; the rustling of leaves, the sound of ...

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Roger Rosenberg: Baritone Madness

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It was a late morning in a junior high school located in Long Beach, New York when a lonely, rarely used baritone saxophone chose an adolescent student named Roger Rosenberg as its sole and rightful owner. Moved by his music teachers' offer that whoever was willing to learn the instrument could own it, the youthful student ...

Eli "Paperboy" Reed & The True Loves: Roll With You

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Surging from deep within the heart of American music there lies a pulse--a rhythm, an explosion of sound—called soul music. From its heyday in the 1960s it has been the sensuous energy, the incorruptible truth and the driving force behind a movement that influenced race relations, the political system, the merging of musical genres and that ...


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