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2014/07/22 14:44
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LEGENDARY Chicago bluesman Willie Dixon has some wise words to say about his musical genre. Dom Turner will bring his eclectic band the Supro to play at Wollongong Blues Club's blues festival on...
2014/07/22 14:44
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2014/07/21 11:31
2014/07/21 11:31
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IT WAS the greatest belly flop in recording history. He's forgot now - dead, too - but his name was Jobriath Boone. It was 1973 and androgynous pop stars of the brief glam period dominated the charts,...
2014/07/21 01:16
2014/07/21 01:16
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THE blues are the roots, the rest are the fruits. So said Willie Dixon, one of the godfathers of the Mississippi Delta who crafted more than 500 songs in the mid-1900s. In the process, he, along with...
2014/07/20 14:48
2014/07/20 14:48
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Music Reviews: Charlie Apicella & Iron City – ‘Big Boss,’ Chicago Jazz Philharmonic – ‘Sketches of Spain (Revisited)’ | Blogcritics Blogcritics The critical lens on today's culture &...
2014/07/17 21:39
2014/07/17 21:39
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Earlier this year, Frampton performed with Ringo Starr during the Grammy Awards telecast and then joined Starr again plus dozens of other musicians for the TV special “The Night That Changed America:...
2014/07/17 21:29
2014/07/17 21:29
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Christie Goodwin/Redferns via Getty ImagesBlues Legend Johnny Winter, 70, pictured in April performing on stage at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire in London in April, died Wednesday. Johnny Winter, one of...
2014/07/17 19:04
2014/07/17 19:04
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From the moment Johnny Winter made his national debut on the stage at Woodstock until his death Wednesday in Zurich, Switzerland, he played the role of blues proselytizer. Winter, who had turned 70 in...
2014/07/17 18:39
2014/07/17 18:39
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Winter, a native of Beaumont, Texas, released his debut album, "The Progressive Blues Experiment," in 1968 and followed it up with his 1969 self-titled sophomore album. "Johnny Winter" featured...
2014/07/17 05:06
2014/07/17 05:06
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The StrypesSnapshot (Island/Def Jam) Snapshot resets rock & roll with four Irish teenagers eradicating all cynicism. Once the needle drops on the opening feedback storms of "Mystery Man," the Sixties...
2014/07/17 05:06
2014/07/17 05:06
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Led Zeppelin(Atlantic/Rhino)Led Zeppelin II(Atlantic/Rhino)Led Zeppelin III(Atlantic/Rhino) With the Beatles – sophomore slump? Revisit McCartney frill "Hold Me Tight," ersatz Harrison cover "Devil...
2014/07/12 23:38
2014/07/12 23:38
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West London’s Jungle emerged shrouded in mystery last year, brewing an alluring mix of stylish videos and silky future-soul pop-art. Perhaps founding members “J” and “T” (enigmatic, see) should have...
2014/07/04 04:57
2014/07/04 04:57
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RICHARD'S POOR ALMANACK: On this day in 1979, Jimmy Carter sends aid to our pals the Mujahedeen in Afghanistan; in 1988, the Fatih Sultan Mehmed bridge opens in Istanbul, linking Europe and Asia;...
2014/07/04 03:08
2014/07/04 03:08
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NEWTON — Four shows are better than none — that’s the overriding theme of this year’s downsized Thursdays on the Green series at Sussex County Community College. With budget concerns and...
2014/07/03 20:50
2014/07/03 20:50
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Music Review: The Jeff Jensen Band – ‘Road Worn and Ragged’ | Blogcritics Blogcritics The critical lens on today's culture & entertainment Today on Blogcritics Music Review: The Jeff Jensen Band –...
2014/07/03 15:05
2014/07/03 15:05
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July 4 is almost here and an all-American rock and roller is premiering a brand new cut from his upcoming live album: John Mellencamp. Billboard presents a raw, stripped-down live version of...
2014/07/01 03:57
2014/07/01 03:57
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RICHARD'S POOR ALMANACK: Battle of Gettysburg begins on this day in 1863, first international telephone call in 1881, 40,000 die on first day of Battle of the Somme in 1916, born this day: James M....
2014/06/30 01:22
2014/06/30 01:22
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The guitar, organ and drums trio – with or without horns added – is the most soulful ensemble in jazz these days. It is down-home, churchy and expressively suited for R&B, funky hard bop and certain...
2014/06/25 17:42
2014/06/25 17:42
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A few years ago, Jethro Tull front-man Ian Anderson acknowledged that his band and the Eagles had toured together in the early 1970s, and that it may be no coincidence that the Eagles’ “Hotel...
2014/06/19 18:08
2014/06/19 18:08
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By ROBERT PRICE bprice@njherald.com George Thorogood played semi-pro baseball in his younger days and has always been a baseball fan. So it's not unusual for him to discuss his music in baseball...
2014/06/19 16:03
2014/06/19 16:03
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MOUNT DORA — Blues vocalist, jazz guitarist, composer and music producer George Grosman played in Israel, Iceland, Canada and the Czech Republic before moving to Florida recently. He said the blues...
2014/07/22 14:44
2014/07/22 14:44
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