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Live Review: Double Vision Revisited at the Birchmere in Virginia

The trend for a band to revisit a particularly successful album from its past seemed to have started with the curators of the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival who asked hip hop and alternative rock artists to perform one of their older albums from start to finish. The phenomenon soon spread to the 60s and 70s … Read More “Live Review: Double Vision Revisited at the Birchmere in Virginia”

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David Sanborn: Only Everything

Only Everything picks up where David Sanborn’s previous release, Here & Gone, left off-literally. From its opening track, Hank Crawford’s “The Peeper,” the album continues along the bluesy path of its predecessor, paying tribute to the Atlantic Records R&B era of Ray Charles and, especially, the recently departed Crawford, the alto saxophonist who got his … Read More “David Sanborn: Only Everything”

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