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Leslie West Checks His Sound On A New Album

September 16, 2015

There’s a few guitarists whose sound is easily recognizable, and Leslie West is one of those. His fat tone preceded MOUNTAIN and gained additional colors through the years, colors that are in play on the veteran’s new record, “Soundcheck,” to be … Continue reading

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Johnny Winter reported dead on the verge of his new release

July 17, 2014

Johnny Winter passed away yesterday, aged 70. One of the greatest blues guitarists, his influence is immense and a mere indication of that will be the veteran’s latest album, scheduled for release on September 2nd. “Step Back” sees Johnny revisiting classic … Continue reading

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Eli Cook ups his ante with heavy guests

April 23, 2014

Young as he is, Eli Cook knows his way with the blues, having navigating through them over the course of four albums. But Eli’s newest one, out on April 29th, is set to promote the guitarist to the upper echelons of … Continue reading

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Leslie West scales new heights

August 13, 2013

Not so many artists who graced the Woodstock stage has remained as relevant as Leslie West. Looks like the guitarist put MOUNTAIN on hold but the veteran’s songs such as “Long Red” that originally appeared on his 1969’s debut, “Mountain,” which gave … Continue reading

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MOUNTAIN – Go For Your Life

July 5, 2013

Scotti Brothers 1985 / Esoteric 2013 The stomping return of The Great Fatsby – slimmed-down to fit in with the times but rocking away as if the sleighride never ended. After their final bow on New Year’s Eve of 1974, … Continue reading

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