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Faces in the Crowd: Lowell George

 

"Time Flies Like An Arrow, Fruit Flies Like A Banana" (Groucho Marx)

Seeing as it's just about Lowell George’s birthday (April 13) I thought it would only be fitting to do a post on this mercurial artist whose

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Vince Taylor: The Original Ziggy Stardust

Vince Taylor, while not widely known to US rock fans, was an influential part of the European rock scene in the late 50's and early 60's.  While not widely known to US rock fans, Taylor was an influential part of

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Faces in the Crowd: Chris Whitley

 

 

One of the most eclectic artists that I've come across over the years is a fella by the name of Chris Whitley.  Upon hearing his Living With The Law album, I was struck by the freshness he brought to the

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A Legendary Musician Called Moondog!

A LEGENDARY MUSICIAN CALLED MOONDOG

"I don't mean to be arrogant by saying this, but the only music that relaxes me and satisfies me is my own, because I know that I'm not going to insult my own ears, you

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Remembering David Crosby

Just the other day, I woke up to the news that Singer-songwriter David Crosby, a founding member of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, passed away at the age of 81.  Looking back at Crosby's overall career, I

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Faces In The Crowd: Mickey "Guitar" Baker

Today on the Rock & Roll is a State of Mind blog, we're celebrating Mickey "Guitar" Baker, one of the greatest guitarists who "helped transform rhythm & blues into rock & roll...Mickey Baker is one of the very…

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