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Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 3, Mistreated

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 3, Mistreated

Enter bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes and vocalist David Coverdale.

Tommy Bolin – Captured Raw Jams Vol. 1 (2014)

Tommy Bolin – Captured Raw Jams Vol. 1 (2014)

His star shined brightly, but far too briefly. Born August 1, 1951 in Sioux City, Iowa, Tommy Bolin went on to become one of the most versatile and admired guitarists of his era.

Exclusive stream: Tommy Bolin, “Spanish Lover [Instrumental]” from Whirlwind (2013)

Exclusive stream: Tommy Bolin, “Spanish Lover [Instrumental]” from Whirlwind (2013)

Tommy Bolin’s instrumental version of “Spanish Lover” is a highlight of the forthcoming Purple Pyramid release Whirlwind, which features rare and previously unreleased tracks

Desert Island Discs: 1970s Fusion Edition

Turns out, this was one funky ship that ran ashore. Our latest Desert Island Disc lists focus on 1970s fusion, and top vote-getters included Herbie Hancock’s thunderously groove-filled 1973 triumph Head Hunters.

Tommy Bolin – The Ultimate Teaser (2012)

Arriving between stints with the James Gang, Billy Cobham and then Deep Purple, Teaser stands as the first, best testament to the roving genius that was doomed guitarist Tommy Bolin.

Warren Haynes 'put a lot of love and reverence' into new Tommy Bolin tribute project

Warren Haynes says that he helped construct a new tribute album to Tommy Bolin with an eye toward what the former Deep Purple and James Gang guitarist would have been interested in: “I don’t think we chose anyone who would make Tommy grimace,” Haynes says, adding: “Hopefully not!” with a laugh.

Tommy Bolin with Warren Haynes, Steve Lukather, others – Great Gypsy Soul (2012)

This isn’t a eulogy, no sad occasion, mostly because Tommy Bolin is so very present on the pleasantly unsanctimonious Great Gypsy Soul.

New Tommy Bolin album will feature big stars singing along with outtakes, alternate versions

A new tribute album to the late Deep Purple guitarist Tommy Bolin will find a galaxy of stars playing and singing along to outtakes and alternate version of his solo material.

Otis Taylor, iconoclastic bluesman: Something Else! Interview

Otis Taylor, iconoclastic bluesman: Something Else! Interview

Otis Taylor discusses the state of the blues, career intersections with Tommy Bolin and Gary Moore, and the banjo’s forgotten African-American legacy.

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