Heavy Load Blues (Fantasy Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
ALIVE in Amsterdam (Provogue/Mascot Label Group). Review by Michelle Wilson.
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Believe (Yep Roc Records). Review by Jen Cray.
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Baby, Don’t You Tear My Clothes (Telarc). Review by James Mann.
From Howlin’ Wolf to the Small Faces to Billy Bragg. One man has made the Hammond B-3 hoot and holler with all three – Steve Stav introduces us to the many faces of Ian McLagan.
Just Do Me Right (Fat Possum). Review by Bill Campbell.
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