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Music Review: John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers – ‘Stories + Road Dogs + In the Palace of the King’


This 3-CD set is a worthy collection of songs by John Mayall and his present Bluesbeakers. Read More »

Music Review: Oscar Peñas – ‘Music of Departures and Returns’

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Oscar Peñas and friends deliver a fine album of Latin jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Jonny Two Bags – ‘Salvation Town’

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The Social Distortion guitarist delivers an unexpected and excellent country rock and Americana solo debut. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘Looking Into You: A Tribute to Jackson Browne’


This is a pleasant and heartfelt tribute to Browne by many of his contemporaries that highlights his timeless songwriting. Read More »

Music Review: Steve Conte – ‘The Steve Conte NYC Album’

Cover The Steve Conte NYC Album

Conte reminds us, despite the millions jammed into NYC's boroughs, each one is an individual. Their stories give the city its character. Read More »

Music Review: The Queen Annes – ‘Something Quick: 1980-1985′ [Remastered]

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Local Seattle '80s rockers might awaken some memories even for those who have never heard them. Read More »

Music Review: The Alan Parsons Project – ‘The Complete Albums Collection’


The opportunity to hear 'The Sicilian Defence' and such later albums such as 'Stereotomy' and 'Gaudi' may prove to be the tipping point for those curious about APP's 'The Complete Albums Collection.' Read More »

Music Review: RAC – ‘Strangers (Part 2)’


RAC's 'Strangers (Part 2)' did not fail to impress and excite me. It's a little more low-key and less radio-friendly than 'Part 1', but still fun and makes a nice companion piece. Read More »

Music Review: John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers – ‘Stories + Road Dogs + In the Palace of the King’


Three recent John Mayall albums are re-issued as a three-CD set. Read More »

Music Review: Freddie Bryant – ‘Dreamscape: Solo, Duo, Trio’


Guitarist Freddie Bryant demonstrates his virtuosity with his instrument in this exciting new album. Read More »