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John Hiatt

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Leftover Feelings

Label: New West Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Long Black Electric Cadillac; Mississippi Phone Booth; The Music Is Hot; All The Lilacs In Ohio; I’m In Asheville; Light Of The Burning Sun; Little Goodnight; Buddy Boy; Changes In My Mind; Keen Rambler; Sweet Dream.

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Gary Vogenson: Shot of Hope

Read "Shot of Hope" reviewed by Doug Collette


If the title of Gary Vogenson's Shot of Hope was not so pertinent to the post-quarantine world, he might well have named it Don't Misunderstand Me Too Quickly. At a quick glance, song choices such as the traditional “The Cuckoo" and Dan Penn and Chip Moman's soul/R&B standard “Do Right Woman" seem predictable. But, juxtaposed as ...

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John Hiatt with The Jerry Douglas Band: Leftover Feelings

Read "Leftover Feelings" reviewed by Doug Collette


Leftover Feelings is not the first such group collaboration in John Hiatt's varied and lengthy career—-the North Mississippi Allstars were integral to Master of Disaster (New West Records, 2005). But there's an even more unusual kinship in play here between this gifted songwriter and The Jerry Douglas Band, if only because this LP is even more ...

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Delbert McClinton: Tall, Dark & Handsome

Read "Tall, Dark & Handsome" reviewed by Doug Collette


On his last album Prick of the Litter (Hot Shot Records, 2017 ), Grammy-Award winning [Delbert McClinton wholly fulfilled his image as the contemporary definition of modern Texas style r&b. He certainly didn't do it alone--his band the, Self-Made Men, added savvy and soul--but the man who showed John Lennon how to blow the harmonica imbued ...

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The Eclipse Sessions

Label: New West Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Cry To Me; All The Way To The River; Aces Up Your Sleeve; Poor Imitation Of God; Nothing In My Heart; Over The Hill; Outrunning My Soul; Hide Your Tears; The Odds Of Loving You; One Stiff Breeze; Robber’s Highway.

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John Hiatt: The Eclipse Sessions

Read "The Eclipse Sessions" reviewed by Doug Collette


Since John Hiatt hit his artistic and commercial stride with Bring The Family (A&M, 1987), the most listenable and durable albums of his have been those recorded with a band like the one appearing there (eventually known as Little Village: Ry Cooder, Nick Lowe and Jim Keltner). Offering comparably uniform musicianship in proportionate support of this ...

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The Searchers: Another Night: The Sire Recordings 1979-1981

Read "Another Night: The Sire Recordings 1979-1981" reviewed by Doug Collette


Even if its total run time of two hours approximate doesn't exactly constitute a voluminous collection deserving the appellation 'deluxe,' The Searchers' Another Night: The Sire Years 1979-1981 is nevertheless the absolute definition of a comprehensive anthology. It contains not only the entirety of the two albums this seminal Merseybeat band recorded at the label home ...

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Article: In Pictures

Global Music Adventures at the Musical Instrument Museum

Read "Global Music Adventures at the Musical Instrument Museum" reviewed by Dave Kaufman


The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM), located in North jny: Phoenix, is a singularly unique experience in the world of music or museums, for that matter. The MIM displays over 6500 instruments from all corners of the globe. The experience is enhanced by superb video and audio presentations that situate the music in historical and cultural contexts. ...

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James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt at the Prudential Center

Read "James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt at the Prudential Center" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante


James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt The Prudential Center Newark, NJ July 6, 2017 On a pleasant Thursday evening just after the 4th of July, when many of the audience members were enjoying an extended Independence Day holiday, James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt touched down at Newark, NJ's Prudential Center for the ...


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