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Robben Ford

Spinning Discs April 2014

by James Cassara As is more commonly the case there’s far too much music this month than to allow for lengthy reviews. But with brevity being the soul of wit (and I love the challenge of saying more with less) it’s away we go! Robben Ford A Day In Nashville Relativity Music Having made his  Continue Reading »

Angel Olson

Spinning Discs March 2014

by James Cassara With so much music landing on my desk I’ll again keep my comments brief and to the point. Next month I hope to have a new music blog up and running, wherein those who enjoy these comments will have plenty more to peruse. As always for those of us “old school” listeners,  Continue Reading »

Foreverly

Spinning Discs February 2014

by James Cassara There’s much to cover this month so in order to accommodate as many releases as possible I’ll be keeping my comments brief. Remember the rule: if it’s reviewed here, it’s at least worth a listen or three. Mutual Benefit Love’s Crushing Diamond Other Music Records It might be faint praise to use  Continue Reading »

Mick Turner

Spinning Discs January 2014

by James Cassara Welcome to 2014! Let’s celebrate another trip around the sun with a few discs left over from last year (meaning I meant to cover them but kept running out of space) and a few brand new offerings. Mick Turner Don’t Tell The Driver Drag City Music It’s been nearly a decade since  Continue Reading »

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