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Jimmy Rae Says "Yeahh Baby" To Hidden Charms

Following up his debut solo album from last year called, ‘Necessary Illusion,’ Rick Shaffer reveals to you ‘Hidden Charms’. This multidimensional artist not only played the role of singer, guitarist, bassist and percussionist, but also wrote and produced the entire record. 331 more words

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HIDDEN CHARMS Gets DAGGERzined

This far too short review will not do the record justice. Old school Philly guy (also in The Reds®) who offers up his 2nd solo record with some nice down home rock, where that spot between blues and rockabilly meets up. 14 more words

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KZSU's Imaginary Friend "Channels" Hidden Charms


Channeling Elvis, Link Wray, Flat Duo Jets. One man studio band with a little help, “old school” proving that the recipe still can work. Big guitar and vocals, sounds like its gonna be tradi-rock but then psyche and garbage can weirdness appears. 143 more words

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Bluesbunny Gives HIDDEN CHARMS Some Carrots

It’s been the kind of week when things kept popping up from the past. With that trend being set, it was little surprise to find that Rick Shaffer had a past as the guitarist with The Reds dating all the way back to the eighties. 227 more words

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"BUY AND SELL" Video Released

“Buy And Sell” is the second track on Rick Shaffer’s solo album, Hidden Charms, released February 2011, by Tarock Music. Shaffer continues, expands, and nicely follows-up the feel of his first solo album, Necessary Illusion, released March of 2010. 105 more words

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ROCK ON! Reviews HIDDEN CHARMS

In “Hidden Charms” Rick Shaffer follows the path that he took with his first album, “Necessary Illusion,” released in 2010. The record contains ten tracks that represent a 1960’s mood and vibe. 146 more words

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Tarock Releases 2nd Rick Shaffer Solo Album

Rick Shaffer’s second solo venture, “Hidden Charms,” was released by Tarock Music on February 11th. The new album continues, expands, and nicely follows-up the feel of his first solo outing, “Necessary Illusion.” To read more about the songs on the album, and to listen to the first track, click on . . .
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