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Ken Kessler  |  Nov 20, 2019
This month we review: Jennifer Warnes, Lightnin' Hopkins, Stacey Kent and Curtis Mayfield.
Christopher Breunig  |  Nov 20, 2019
This month we review: Sibelius, Elgar, Mendelssohn and R Strauss.
Ken Kessler  |  Oct 25, 2019
This month we review: Curtis Mayfield, Miles Davis Quintet, Aretha Franklin and Buck Owens
 |  Sep 17, 2019
This month we review: Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble, Ted Hawkins, Simon And Garfunkel< and Sun Ra And His Astro Infinity Arkestra
Ken Kessler  |  Aug 28, 2019
This month we review: Tony Joe White, Julie London, Buck Owens and Linda Ronstadt
Ken Kessler  |  Jul 25, 2019
This month we review: Bo Diddley, Big Brother & The Holding Co, Holly Cole Trio and The Shadows Of Knight
Ken Kessler  |  Jun 20, 2019
This month we review: Marvin Gaye, Gene Clark, The Remains, and Johnny 'Guitar' Watson
Ken Kessler  |  May 14, 2019
This month we review: The Beatles, The Band, Little Willie John, and The Kinks
Ken Kessler  |  Apr 03, 2019
This month we review: Simon And Garfunkel, The Police, Rolling Stones, & Twisted Sister
Ken Kessler  |  Mar 06, 2019
This month we review: King Solomon, Mel Henke, Sarah Mclachlan, & Matthew Sweet
Ken Kessler  |  Dec 01, 2018
This month we review: Doug MacLeod, Ruth Brown, The Minx Soundtrack, and Matthew Sweet
Ken Kessler  |  Nov 01, 2018
This month we review: Buffalo Springfield, Paul Rodgers, Ultimate Spinach, and Sonny Boy Williamson.
Ken Kessler  |  Oct 01, 2018
This month we review: Michael Nesmith, John Butler, Carmen McRae, and Nina Simone.
Ken Kessler  |  Sep 01, 2018
This month we review: Slim Harpo, Lynyrd Skynyrd, A Sea For Yourself, and The Rising Storm.
Ken Kessler  |  Dec 10, 2010
There’s no end to the astonishingly good albums that the psychedelic era produced, which were overshadowed by the genre’s giants. Although Fever Tree’s origins are Texan, the group sounds like it could have been part of Boston’s ‘Bosstown’ sound or from New York’s artier element, with its heavy orchestration and baroque touches. And while their eponymous debut from ’68 features fascinating originals, like the hit ‘San Francisco Girls (Return of the Native)’, what’s more intriguing are interpretations of the Beatles’ ‘Day Tripper/We can Work it Out’ and Neil Young’s ‘Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing’. Another great find for hard-up collectors from Sundazed.

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