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I enjoyed last week’s show as we browsed through a few of the myriad releases from last year, so I figured it would be fun to do the same once again. ...read more


As has been typical for me, I spent so much of 2014 looking back that I missed most of what has been going on this year. I have no regrets about that, ...read more


If you’re gonna steal the blues, you may as well steal from the best. Paul Butterfield already had guitarist Elvin Bishop, and somehow they managed to ...read more


Last week we focused our show on the disparities that existed between the popular styles that came into the foreground in late 1974. Styles developed that ...read more


1974 was a very interesting year for albums, but I spent most of the year obsessed with a new genre called Southern Rock. While other friends listened to ...read more


During his lifetime, Otis Redding set the benchmark for soul music. He still defines the genre, and to this day, his music remains as fresh and vital as it ...read more


After a whirlwind week in my own life, I returned to full-blown insanity, so it was nice to have old friends drop by the radio show so we could just talk ...read more


During our time in Nashville , Heidy and I befriended Russell Thompson, a singer/songwriter/musician who seemed to understand the pulse of the city that ...read more


Chances are you’ll only be able to find the British edition, but if you’re into collecting moldy old vinyl, I’d recommend the U.S. edition of Them’s first ...read more


Joe Perricone is one of the most diverse musicians I know. I’ve seen him play any number of instruments in a multitude of styles, so it was our ...read more


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