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Author: Timothy C. Davis

Not Fade Away - Reissue Review from Issue #29 Sept-Oct 2000

Monroe Brothers – What Would You Give in Exchange for Your Soul?

The year is 1936, and Robert Johnson is sitting in an underfurnished hotel room in San Antonio, Texas, ripping off perfect first-take versions of his songs, his back to the other musicians in a show of either disdain or sheer arrogance. Some 1,500 miles away, a young man named Bill Monroe sits with his older [...]

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Waxed - Record Review from Issue #29 Sept-Oct 2000

Slobberbone – Everything You Thought was Right was Wrong Today

Not since the heyday of acts such as Jason & the Scorchers has there been such authentic roadhouse rawk as Slobberbone shows here. The Denton, Texas, band, along with cohorts such as Georgia’s Drive-By Truckers, carry on the born-in Southern tradition nicely, continually finding their salvation more in Saturday night than Sunday morning. Anybody can [...]

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