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Wings On Fire

Label: Woodstock Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Down At The County; Uncommon Love; Open Hand, Open Heart; A Book Faded Brown; Top Of The World; Time Moves On; The Bird Song; Moment In The Sun; Center Of Your Circle; 4% Pantomime.

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Professor Louie and The Crowmatix: Wings On Fire

Read "Wings On Fire" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Professor Louie (Aaron Louis Hurwitz) and the Crowmatix hail from the artist colony, Woodstock, NY and have backed guitarist Rick Danko (The Band) amid other projects, along with their notoriety as supreme audience pleasers during live performances. Yet part of the magic lies within the group's harmonically attractive song-forms, replete with memorable themes and the Professor's ...

Album

Flyin' High

Label: Woodstock Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Bull Frong, Don't Wait, Whatever it Takes, No Souveniers, Miss Marie, Nashville Blues, Between Midnight and Two, Especially Now, Last Train Out, Jackie, Jack-A-Roe

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Professor "Louie" and The Crowmatrix: Flyin' High

Read "Flyin' High" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Professor “Louie", aka Aaron Hurwitz, played a major role--as co-producer, thrice--in the revival of The Band's recording career. The Band: the Hawks behind Rockabilly Ronnie Hawkins in the late fifties ("Who Do You Love); Dylan's sizzling, frenetic mid-sixties touring unit; “The Weight", “Up on Cripple Creek", “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down", “Stage Fright". That ...


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