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CD Reviews Indie Rock

By Rick Bowen
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Dec 9th, 2016
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  Seattle quartet Gravel Road digs a little deeper into the world of Deep trance-blues and psychedelic jam chunk rock on Capitol Hill Country Blues, their sixth studio album released in December of 2016. The nine new tracks were recorded and mixed by legendary engineer Jack Endino in late 2015 &...
By Rick Bowen
In CD Reviews Indie Rock
Dec 1st, 2016
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Northwest super group Rust on The Rails is a collaborative ensemble that began as an acoustic based progressive rock meets world music hybrid that has evolved into a full force commercial rock band, ready to take its place in the upper echelon of Seattle music history with the release of their first ...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Indie Rock
Nov 13th, 2016
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Trudy Lynn I’ll Sing The Blues For You Connor Ray Music Trudy Lynn released 2006’s “I’m Still Here” recorded with the Calvin Owens Blues Orchestra. As a result she received two 2007 Blues Music Award nominations; one for Soul Blues Album of The Year and one for Soul Blues Female Artist of The Year. I...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Review Funk
Oct 3rd, 2016
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“All Things Must Pass” The rise and fall of Tower Records (96 minute DVD) www.MVDb2b.com – MVDvisual The death of Tower Records was a major blow for many of us who grew up purchasing vinyl LP’s, seven inch forty-fives and CD’, laser discs, and DVD’s. This triumphant and reflective  ...
By Rhetta
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Aug 24th, 2016
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The Broadcast has recently released a new album titled From The Horizon, and this one is going to wake you up and make you pay attention! The group is from Asheville, NC, where they moved from New York City, and features a top-notch group of musicians with a fantastic vocalist, Caitlin Krisko, who ha...
By Rick Bowen
In CD Reviews Indie Rock
Aug 13th, 2016
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Camille Bloom Pieces of me (self) Seattle based artist Camille Bloom get very personal on her 5th full length album Pieces Of Me released September of 2016. Self-produced and recorded at her new home studio Bloom delivers ten new tracks that reveal the breadth and depth of her songwriting skill, by m...
By Rhetta
In Book Reviews
May 8th, 2016
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I just watched “Janis: Little Girl Blue” on DVD, complete with deleted and expanded scenes not shown on PBS, and it just caused a storm of emotions. In a bit, I have to write a proper review of it,but right now, I want to talk about it from a personal point of view, about how […]...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Americana
Apr 26th, 2016
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Festival Express New Line Entertainment DVD In 1970 the following bands got on a train and rode across Canada stopping to play in Toronto, Winnepeg and Calgary. The film which shows footage of them both in Concert and “ridin that train”, sat in a garage for thirty years. Imagine being on a week long ...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Reviews
Dec 10th, 2015
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2015 Stocking Stuffers:  For Heightened Holiday Cheer – A Half Dozen Grab-bag CD’s The Soulful Strings “The Magic of Christmas” www.RealGoneMusic.com Originally issued via the Cadet subsidiary of Chess Records this collection makes its debut on CD.  Chess/Cadet house-band studio players; harpis...
By Rhetta
In CD Reviews Americana
Oct 5th, 2015
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Back in the 60’s, there was a gret band called The Youngbloods who had a great lead singer called Jesse Colin Young, another guy named Joe, one called Jerry, and a curly-haired fellow they called “Banana” who allegedly inspired the Donovan line in “Mellow Yellow:” “...
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