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Article: Reassessing

For Those Who Chant

Read "For Those Who Chant" reviewed by Peter J. Hoetjes


Luis Gasca was one of the hottest trumpet players in California during the 1970s, recording a handful of albums fueled by the drugs, the culture, and the excitement of that time and place. Though they all featured large ensembles, only one of them allowed some of the era's most legendary musicians to blur the lines separating ...

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Article: Film Review

Betty Davis: They Say I’m Different

Read "Betty Davis: They Say I’m Different" reviewed by Walter Atkins


Betty Davis Betty Davis: They Say I'm Different Native Voice Films 2018 The incisive documentary Betty—They Say I'm Different chronicled the humble beginnings and explosive career of the '70s trail blazer, composer and vocalist Betty Davis. Her bold music and incendiary stage persona was light-years ahead of the existing social ...

News: Recording

Neal Schon and Jan Hammer Albums "Untold Passion" & "Here to Stay" Available for Download

In 1981, when keyboardist and drummer extraordinaire Jan Hammer and guitar wizard Neal Schon were each enjoying massive success in their own careers — Hammer for his work with John McLaughlin's Mahavishnu Orchestra, as a solo artist, founder of his eponymous Jan Hammer Group and frequent collaborator with Jeff Beck, and Schon for a decade's worth ...

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Article: Reassessing

Welcome

Read "Welcome" reviewed by Jeff Winbush


Once upon a time there was a guitar god who had grown bored with all his fame, riches and glory. He longed for something more than another multi-platinum selling record. He desired not simply acclaim, but respect. He knew to get it he would have to walk away from the distinctive style that made him popular ...

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Article: Album Review

Lee Ritenour: 6 String Theory

Read "6 String Theory" reviewed by John Kelman


The very gift that makes a session musician great can also be a curse. Oftentimes expected to be chameleon-like, it's that very act of becoming a credible musical shape-shifter that can sometimes lead to a loss of individuality. Lee Ritenour is a consummate and complete guitarist if ever there was one; his varied discography supporting a ...

Album

Voice

Label: Higher Octave Music
Released: 2001

Album

Electric World

Label: Higher Octave Music
Released: 1997

Album

Beyond The Thunder

Label: Higher Octave Music
Released: 1995

Album

For Those Who Chant

Label: Blue Thumb Records
Released: 1972
Track listing: Street Dude; La Raza; Spanish Gypsy; Little Mama.


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