Johnny Winter

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Although the blues have always been a major influence in Johnny Winter's music, he o­nly became recognized as an integral figure in rock and roll in the late 1970's . Rock fans devoured his wild guitar leads, they loved the skinny, tattoo bearing, long-haired showman. Winter signed with Alligator Records…

Lionel Richie

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Le nouvel album de Lionel Richie constitue déjà sa neuvième initiative solo. Cette fois-ci, il a eu recours à plusieurs grands producteurs contemporains comme Brian Rawling ou Rodney Jerkins. Parmi ses collaborateurs, Richie peut être fier d'avoir le lauréat du « Grammy Award » du meilleur producteur de l'année :…

Roy Buchanan

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In 1970 the Washington post hailed Roy Buchanan the greatest guitar picker in the World. In 1971 Buchanan made his firstpublic appearance o­n a television special called "The Greatest Unknown Guitarist In The World" (hosted by Bill Graham).In 1976 Time magazine penned him "A Messiah o­n Guitar". Roy's blend of…

Bill Frisell

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I had never heard of Bill Frisell before last year's Montreal Jazz Festival. However, after hearing him perform live I quickly became an avid listener and bought a few of his CDs.Once again , listeners will surely be amazed at how flawlessly Frisell and his back-up musicians gel together. Frisell'smusic…

Eminem

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Eminem, the music world's new so called "bad ass" has returned with his second album "The Marshall Mathers LP". If you liked the first album "The Real Slim Shady" you'll love this o­ne. Not o­ne for avoiding controversy, Eminem has come back, even deeper and darker. Fun tunes like "Kill…