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Music Review: Mike Bloomfield – ‘From His Head to His Heart to His Hands’ [3CD/1DVD Box Set]

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The most in-depth retrospective yet to the legacy of blues guitarist Mike Bloomfield is a not to miss box for lovers of the late '60s and all forms of the blues. Read More »

Charlie Doherty’s 20 Favorite Releases of 2013

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My favorites include everything from studio releases by Clutch, NIN, and Run The Jewels, to a reissued gem from early American metal band Dust. One of them is my absolute favorite of 2013. Read More »

Music Review: The Dave Miller Trio with Rebecca Dumaine – ‘Better Than Anything’

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A new album that takes you back to some of the best days of jazz, retro-fitted just enough for the current century. Read More »

Music Review: John Brown – ‘Quiet Time’

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Bassist Brown leads his quintet into a lyrical and introspective musical journey. Read More »

Music Reviews: Battleaxe, Freedom Call, Primal Fear, and Ring of Fire

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Some more glorious power metal to melt the ice off your roof. Read More »

Music Review: David Ian – ‘Valentine’s Day’

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A jazz album for lovers that you can listen to and enjoy right from the start Read More »

Music Review: Reverend Horton Heat – ‘Rev’

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This is pure, adrenaline-drenched rockabilly, sure to get your heart thumping and your feet jumping. Read More »

Music Review: James Brandon Lewis – ‘Divine Travels’

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'Divine Travels' uses free jazz to take listeners on a spiritual journey. Read More »

Music Review: Dido – ‘Greatest Hits’

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Did Dido include enough or too much of her music on this greatest hits collection? Read More »

Music Reviews: Lenny Sendersky & Tony Romano – ‘Desert Flower,’ The Matthew Finck Jonathan Bell Project – ‘It’s Not That Far’

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Two jazz albums, each featuring a fine guitar/sax-fronted quartet. Read More »