Toto - Live at Montreux 1991

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by Lee Zimmerman

By the time Toto was invited to play the famed Montreux Jazz Festival in 1991,…

I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always by Luke Winslow-King

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by Lee Zimmerman

With five albums to his credit, Luke Winslow-King has sought to establish himself as a…

Sharkmouth by Russell Morris

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Russell Morris is something of a legend in his native Australia, boasting an esteemed stature…

It’s a World of Love and Hope by The Flat Five

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by Lee Zimmerman

If ever an album lived up to its billing, then It’s A Wonderful World of Love…

The Last Waltz by The Band - 40th Anniversary Edition

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by Lee Zimmerman

Forty years seems an auspicious enough anniversary these days, what with the transient nature of…

Slingin’ Rhythm by Wayne Hancock

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by Lee Zimmerman

Wayne “The Train” Hancock's affinity for hardcore country, roots relevance and Texas swing has been…

Do Not Disturb by Van Der Graaf Generator

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by Lee Zimmerman

Van Der Graaf Generator were one of the more esoteric entries in the British prog…

Harmonies From Heaven by The Everly Brothers

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by Lee Zimmerman

Casting a lasting influence over practically every band at the helm of the ‘60s British…

1000 Arms by Blue Rodeo

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With 30 years and 14 albums to their collective credit, Blue Rodeo have received due…

The Life & Songs of Emmylou Harris by Various Artists

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by Lee Zimmerman

Perhaps no artists is so ingrained in the very fibre of modern Americana more than…

War Surplus by Becky Warren

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by Lee Zimmerman

Becky Warren instills authenticity in every note she sings, and much like her formative efforts…

Live In Finland 1971 by Fairport Convention

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by Lee Zimmerman

With a musical legacy that dates back nearly 50 years, there’s not enough that can…

All the Rage - In Concert - Volume One by Rhonda Vincent and The Rage

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by Lee Zimmerman

It would be hard to imagine a band more adept at authenticity as far as…

Pastures by Roger Hoover

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by Lee Zimmerman

With two previous albums to his name, Roger Hoover seems well on his way to…