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Robert Randolph & the Family Band – Got Soul (2017)

Robert Randolph & the Family Band – Got Soul (2017)

Never has anyone made spunky roots rock go down so easy like Robert Randolph and his Family Band. All that’s needed is a heapin’ helping of soul and, of course, maximal pedal steel guitar. There’s plenty of both on ‘Got Soul.’

Emerson Lake and Palmer – Trilogy: Deluxe Edition (1972, 2015 reissue)

Emerson Lake and Palmer – Trilogy: Deluxe Edition (1972, 2015 reissue)

Here is a review of the 3-CD remastered version of Emerson Lake and Palmer’s classic 1972 release, ‘Trilogy.’ Jakko Jakszyk’s remix does the music justice.

J.D. Souther – Tenderness (2015)

J.D. Souther – Tenderness (2015)

J.D. Souther has never written more connective lyrics, never sung them better – and both, it seems, were sparked by an ageless new setting.

James Brandon Lewis – Divine Travels (2014)

A lot of jazz saxophonists strive to sound spiritual but for James Brandon Lewis, that’s part of who he’s always been.

Tedeschi Trucks Band – Made Up Mind (2013)

Tedeschi Trucks Band – Made Up Mind (2013)

With the Grammy-winning debut Revelator and the double-disc modern-day Live At Fillmore East road epic Everybody’s Talkin’, the Tedeschi Trucks Band quickly established themselves as arguably the best seventies band four decades hence

Something Else! sneak peek: Tedeschi Trucks Band, “Part of Me” from Made Up Mind (2013)

Something Else! sneak peek: Tedeschi Trucks Band, “Part of Me” from Made Up Mind (2013)

This song makes everything that happened on the Tedeschi Trucks Band’s Grammy-winning Revelator debut in 2011, not to mention last year’s concert recording Everybody’s Talkin’, seem like a good-fun preamble.

Band of Horses – Mirage Rock (2012)

Band of Horses is still pushing their love of dusty-booted Americana through a busted guitar amp, only this time they’ve turned it up a little.

One Track Mind: Ben Folds Five, "The Sound of the Life of the Mind" (2012)

This is the sound of a group returning to something it loved, something that made sense in its time — and still does again, in the playing.

Following Eminem's lead, Toto sues record label over unpaid digital royalties

Toto and Eminem don’t intersect very often, maybe not at all. Until now

Celebrate 40th anniversary of Rory Gallagher's solo career with extensive vinyl reissues

Fans of the underrated blues guitarist Rory Gallagher have another reason to celebrate the 40th anniversary of his solo career, as Sony Music and Capo Records prepare a massive vinyl reissue campaign.

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