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Anatomy of THE Groove: "Woman Don't You Cry For Me" by George Harrison

George Harrison would’ve been 74 this Saturday. Remember very well the day he passed away because it was the delivery man for my parent’s new bed who told them he’d just heard the news. 400 more words


365 Days of Album Recommendations - Feb 27

Roy Rogers – Chops Not Chaps

Hearing this record for the first time—that was the first day I began to believe that I myself might have a career in this music. 251 more words

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365 Days of Album Recommendations - Feb 26

Kokomo Arnold – Restored & Remastered Hits

As with a great many early blues recordings from canonical artists, there are now many different ways to get your Kokomo Arnold. 332 more words

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Winter Blues Music Break

Shovelin’ The Blues: Put On Your Dancin’ Shoes.

Are you sick of shoveling snow? Got the snow-shovelin’ blues? Then take a break and listen to this. 67 more words


Derek Trucks

Derek is a consummate musician, he has been on the cover of Down Beat and Rolling Stone; he’s been profiled in The New York Times… 126 more words

(8.2) After Sonny

I’m sitting in my basement
On the first Sunday after Sonny
Trying to read about systems theory
And the ways we mess things up
With limited thinking and the same ole, same ole. 488 more words


That time I asked 18-year-old Derek Trucks if he got tired of the Duane Allman comparisons

By Steve Newton

When slide-guitar master Derek Trucks was only 18 I called him up at his place in Jacksonville, Florida, and we chatted for a while. 64 more words

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