"The first Bill Frisell cd I bought was "Gone Just Like A Train" and since then I don't believe I've missed anything that he's been on. I was captivated and amazed. I've had the opportunity to see him in SF…"
"I went to the Fillmore West to see a show headlining BB King with Buddy Guy as the second act. The opening act was some band I'd never heard of called the Allman Brothers. We had NO idea who they were, but that was okay. They…"
"I have to concur about "Into the Mystic"; it is one of those special songs that grabs you, moves you, stirs you and leaves you feeling as if you had shared a magical moment with someone very special."
"I NEVER got to see The Band, but from the time I heard the opening strains of "Tears of Rage"on "Big Pink", I was hooked. By the time the second album came out I knew every word and when I heard Richard Manuel tinkling…"
"Despite their propensity for life-style abuses and becoming poster boys for EVERYTHING THAT WAS BAD ABOUT CALIFORNIA, The Eagles did write some good songs and I still find Desperado to be a complete and moderately honest effort. Yes they…"
"I bought this as a two-fer download a couple of years back and end up playing it at least once a month or so. The music and the songs still stand up well; there is a certain "timelessness" to the music and Russell Smith has a…"
"Now I agree that it's lots of fun to see Willie Nelson banging away on old Trigger, but to put him on here and omit BOTH Buddy Miller and Albert Lee is just sentimentality for the sake of sentimentality. In fact, I would have Buddy…"
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