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BEAU – Rattle The Asylum Bars

May 24, 2018

Cherry Red 2018 12-string Quixote states there’s no rest for the wicked until the wrongs of this world are righted. Another year, another album from Beau; another tear the singer-songwriter’s shedding for this mortal coil, another smile to encourage it … Continue reading

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DAN RAZA – Two

November 16, 2017

Dan Raza 2017 Indian-British troubadour makes a lyrical statement on a record that could be called sophomore if it wasn’t so mature. When Neil Young featured this artist’s “Every Little Dog” on his “Living With War” website, it didn’t go … Continue reading

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JOHN HAESEMEYER – Maybe If I Try

October 18, 2017

John Haesemeyer 2017 Singer-songwriter from San Francisco refines his flair for confidential finesse. Recorded in California and Argentina, this EP finds John Haesemeyer exploring various aspects of perseverance but, surprisingly, making determination sound easy. No mean feat, yet that’s how … Continue reading

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BOB BELAND – Left Of Center

August 30, 2017

Wrong Way Works 2017 Looking for an angle to roll a third stone from the Sun, Los Angeles songwriter claims a stake to terra firma. Bob Beland’s been around for four decades, both as a bands member and a solo … Continue reading

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BEAU – When Butterflies Scream

August 17, 2017

Cherry Red 2017 Breaking beauty upon a wheel, British troubadour tunes into the times. Within his album-a-year stretch of late, Trevor Midgley may not offer a lot of melodic variety, yet it’s not the 12-string guitar ringing that’s been luring … Continue reading

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