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January 2008
ON THE COVER:
Beatallica *1/08


INSIDE:
Brew City Sludge 1/08
CD/DVD Reviews  1/08
Crystal Corner Bar 1/08
Eclectic Vibes 1/08
Fair To Midland 1/08
The Honorary Title 1/08
Letter To The People 1/08
Rock Star Death Notices 1/08
The Scarring Party 1/08
Slipped Discs 1/08

December 2007
ON COVER:
Ottoman Empire *12/07

INSIDE:
CD/DVD Reviews  12/07
Coheed & Cambria 12/07
Dan Hicks & the Hot Licks 12/07
Dry Bean 12/07
Fair To Midland 12/07
John 5 12/07


November 2007
ON COVER:
Dropkick Murphys *11/07

INSIDE:
Dad The Plow 11/07
CD/DVD Reviews  11/07
Robyn Hitchock 11/07
Reptile Palace 11/07

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Archives:
Alphabetically by Last Name

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30 Seconds To Mars *3/07
48 Hours In Iceland with Last Crack *4/05
420 *3/01
1956 4/05

A
Abstract Giants 10/04
Adema 4/05
Aerosmith *1/07
Alabama Thunderpussy 6/04
All Girl Summer Fun Band
Bernard Allison *6/00
Alston 2/05
Alter Bridge * 9/04
Amen 5/04
American Headcharge * 10/01
Ian Anderson  10/06
Anthrax * 10/04
Anthrax 11/05
A Perfect Circle 12/03
A Perfect Circle * 4/00
Arena Venus
Arrested Development
Asylum Street Spankers *2/07
Atomic Bitchwax
Autolux 10/05
Avenged Sevenfold *7/06
Awesome Car Funmaker *7/05

B
Baghdad Scuba Review 7/07
Beastie Boys/Mix Master Mike *12/04

Beautiful Creatures * 9/01
Black Label Society *7/00
Black Sabbath * 12/98
bloodsimple 2/05
Bif Naked *11/05
Big Sandy And His
Fly-rite Boys
6/99
Big Wu 8/04
Billy Idol 9/05*
Birth Of Tragedy 4/06

Blaqk Audio 9/07
Blind Boys Of Alabama
Blue Man Group * 10/03
Bo Diddley  10/06
Boney Fingers 1/05
Books On Tape/The Demix 3/05
Boris The Sprinkler *7/99

Broken Social Scene 7/04
Lonnie Brooks 9/05
Lonnie Brooks  8/01
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown *7/00
Jack Bruce  12/01
Bugattitype 35 *8/97
Burden Brothers * 6/04
Built To Spill  9/06
Buzzhorn, The * 8/02


C
Cadillac Pete 6/07
Captured! By Robots *6/05
Calexico 9/06

Carbellion 9/05
Cardia
Canned Heat
Canned Heat 7/07
Cates, Lucas  8/07
Cealed Casket 10/07
Cibo Matto *5/01
W.C. Clarke 9/00
Clutch
Coal Chamber * 2/98
The Cocksmiths *10/07
Coolzey 1/07
Cradle Of Filth 12/04

Cradle of Filth 10/07
Crepitus
The Cummies 7/05
Curran, Nick
CUT The Movie 4/07
Crest/Jack Cracker
The Cribs 4/06 3/04
Cynergy 67

D
Damage Plan * 4/04
Dark New Day 5/05
D.A. Sebasstian *2/05
Days Of The New 7/04
Days Of The New  *8/98

Danzig 10/04
The Dead Kennedys 10/05*
Decapitado * 3/04
Anthony DeCurtis  10/06
Default  12/01
Davis, Rachael 1/06
Deep Purple 4/04
Def Leppard 7/07
Deftones *12/06
Denali 4/04
The Dials 12/05
Dimmu Borgir
Dirty Three
The Dirty Three 10/05*
Disturbed * 8/00
Disturbed 9/05
Dismemberment Plan
Donnas, The * 7/03
Dorsey, Claude * 12/03
Drain S.T.H. * 6/97
Drill 187
Driver 13  9/01
Droids Attack
Droids Attack  12/06

Dropkick Murphys
Drown * 4/99
Drowning Pool 3/04
Drowning Pool * 11/01
Duarte, Chris

E
Eagles Of Death Metal *5/06
Edwards, David "Honeyboy"
El Donk
Electric Hellfire Club * 3/02
Endeverafter  9/06
Evanesence * 2/04

F
Factory 81 *12/00
Fear Factory *7/01
Fingertight
Finger 11 *11/04
Bradley Fish *2/06
Fluid Ounce *3/99

Freshwater Collins 1/05
Future Leaders Of The World 10/04

G

German Art Students
Gingerjake *6/07
Godsmack * 2/99
Godsmack 12/04
Goldfinger 3/05
The Gomers 9/02
The Gomers *4/06

Goo Goo Dolls
The Goo Goo Dolls *6/06
Gov't Mule 11/04
Gov't Mule  11/06
Guided By Voices 6/02
Tracii Guns 5/06

Grade8 * 1/03
Gravity Lost 10/04
Great Girls Blouse  9/01
Green Scene  3/01
Greene, Jackie * 8/03
The Gufs  12/06
Gwar

H
Halford  12/06
Hank Thomas & the Western Starlanders
Heavils, The * 3/03
Helliphant 2/07
HELLYEAH *5/07

Helmet 10/04
Hersh, Kristin 7/03
High Noon Saloon's Cathy Detmers 5/05
Hiss, The 4/04
Hope Conspiracy  10/06
Hot Tuna
Hotwater Music 12/04

Huun- Huur-Tu * 2/03

I
Icon The Mic King 4/07
Infantry Rockers 9/02
Innatrance
Iron Maiden 8/05*

J
Jessie Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter *4/05
JJO Band Camp 7/04
John Paul Jones  11/01
Judas Priest * 8/04

Junkers, The
Justin Hinds 9/00


K
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe 1/05

Katie Todd Band  8/06
Kid Rock * 12/99
Killingtons, The 3/04
King Crimson  11/01
King Gun 9/04
King Solomon
Kittie 7/04
Kodo Drummers 3/05
Korn *3/06


L
Lacuna Coil * 7/04
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Lamb Of God 11/04
Sam Lay 9/05
Last Crack * 11/02
48 Hours In Iceland with Last Crack *4/05
Last Crack in Amsterdam 6/05
Lavette, Bettye
Tommy Lee *6/02
Les Ballets Africains 3/07
Les Paul 5/07
Les Percussions De Guinee * 1/01
Life Of Agony * 5/98
Little Feat 7/04
Locksley 2/07

Bob Log III
Long, Chris11/04
Long Story Short
Lordi  8/07
Lorenzo Music * 2/98
Lotus 4/06
Lovlies, The


M
Machine Head *9/99
Magic 7 *9/96

Man.. Or Astro-man *10/96
Aimee Mann 6/06

Marilyn Manson *
11/00
Mickey Hart's Planet Drum * 10/98
Midnight Oil *7/02
Midwest Rock Opera Company (MiROC)
Mine
Ministry *3/96
Mississippi Cactus
MOD 7/04
Mofro
Monster Magnet *9/98
Moon Gypsies
Mötley Crüe 12/04
The Motor Primitives 3/07
Moving Parts
Mudride 3/05
Mudride 3/02
Mudvayne *1/01
Mudvayne 3/06

Must *3/05
Muzzy Luctin * 10/99


N
Natty Nation 2003
New Recruits
Nevada Backwards * 5/03
Nickelback
Nine Inch Nails 10/05*
Nomonic 3/04
Nonpoint 12/00
Nonpoint  12/06
North Mississippi All-Stars 9/05


O
O.A.R.  6/07
Oh My God
Osborn, Joan*5/96
Osbourne, Ozzy*12/01
Otep 5/07



PQ
Pantera 2/01
Papa Roach  *11/06
Paramount Records
Pelican 1/07
Pigface
Pimps, The
Poison  9/06
Polysics 10/07
Probers, The
Projekt Revolution  8/07
Psypchedelicasi  *9/97
Puddle Of Mudd * 8/01
Puta Pons 6/01
Q and Not U 3/05


R
Rammstein *12/00
Ray Condo And His Ricochets
Reason For Leaving
Rebels Without Applause *9/00
Red Elvises, The * 4/01
Reel Big Fish  11/06
Reptile Palace Orchestra * 11/03
The Residents *2/01
Rev. Horton Heat * 2/02
Rictus Grin 1/07
Marc Rizzo 3/07

Robert Randolph And The Family Band * 3/03
Roadrunner United 2/006
Roxy Saint 11/04
Rundgren, Todd 4/04

S
The Sadies 9/06
Schwillbillies, The * 12/02
Screamin' Cyn Cyn & the Pons  8/07
Second Coming *5/99
Sevendust * 4/97
Sevendust * 8/99
Sevendust 9/03
Sevendust *2/06
SevenOneFive *4/06
Shadows Fall 7/07
Billy Sheehan  10/01
She Might Have A Gun *3/99

Shinedown
Shotdown
Shot To Hell * 9/02
Siegel-Schwall Band *1/06
Skintones, The
Slayer *1/07
Sleestak 9/04

Slipknot * 4/04
Slipknot * 5/00
Skindred 10/04
Smithereens 1/05
Snooky 8/04

Snopek III, Sigmund 4/04
Jill Sobule 6/06
Something To Do
Eric Sommer 7/07
Southern Culture On The Skids * 5/04
Soulfly * 2/01
Soundtribe Sector 9 2/05
Space 2004
Spiral Seed 4/06
Split Lip Rayfield  *10/06
Static-X *8/07
Stone Sour *10/06

Suite 13
Sunshine For The Blind 1/07
Supersuckers, The * 5/02
Stone Sour *10/06
Stone Temple Pilots *10/00
Story Of The Year 3/04
Stuck Mojo * 4/98
Kasim Sulton 8/01
Sunset Black
Sunspot 6/04
Summerfest History 6/07
Super Deluxe 3/05
The Swanks 9/05
System Of A Down * 9/99

T
Koko Taylor 3/06
Taylor, Otis
Taylor, Otis 6/04
Tenacious D * 4/02
Telenovela 1/05
Terra Diablo 9/07

Tesla 3/04
Tesla *7/07
Thompson, Ed * 10/02
Tiesto 9/07
Tool *9/06
Tony Levin Band
Tormentula * 4/00
Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players
Trans Siberian Orchestra *12/05
Trinity James 12/05
Trout, Walter 4/04
The Tubes 4/06

U
Ultraspank *7/98
Umphrey's McGee *9/07
Under The Surface 9/04
Union Pulse
Union Underground *6/01

V
Voivod * 4/03

WXYZ
Wakeman, Rick
Wasp 4/01
Webley, Jason 2/06
Wickershams 9/02

Yakuza
Yamagata, Rachel 11/04
Youngblood Brass Band
Zen Guerilla

Factoid/Quote of the Week


"Underneath all that hair, there's a little, tiny, Jewish accountant." Gene Simmon's Wife

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Albert Einstein

"Good judgement comes from experience, and experience comes from poor judgement."  George Washington

"If the disclosure is true, it's breathtaking. The president is revealed as the leaker in chief." - Representative Jane Harman of California, the senior Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee

"I tell you, he's President George Bush, not King George Bush. This is not the system of government we have and that we fought for," Sen. Russell Feingold, D-Wisconsin:  The Associated Press.

“Priest Holmes told me to never get comfortable. He said that no matter what you’ve done, it’s never enough and that you always have to prove yourself. I think that stuck with me the most since I left.” Samkon Gado - Running Back, Green Bay Packers

"I've never supported him and certainly would never vote for him. I think he's a fool and a man without forethought. I have no confidence in him whatsoever. I think he's an idiot, I really do. He has done nothing to our country but drag it down to the ground." - Ronnie James Dio from an interview in Terrorizer Magazine in UK

"You may lose with me, but you'll never win without me." - Terry Bradshaw

"We are exquisitely social creatures. Our survival depends on understanding the actions, intentions and emotions of others. Mirror neurons allow us to grasp the minds of others not through conceptual reasoning but through direct simulation. By feeling, not by thinking." Dr. Rizzolatti, a neuroscientist at the University of Parma 

 "Which would you rather watch at halftime? Aging rock stars or supermodels playing full-contact tackle football in lingerie?"  former NBA Star Dennis Rodman

"Anything that seeks to rule using fear or guilt can't possibly be divine." Rökker, publisher, Maximum Ink music magazine

"Most rock journalism is people who can't write, interviewing people who can't talk, for people who can't read. -- Frank Zappa, Chicago Tribune - Jan 18 1978

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We don't negotiate with terrorists. I think you have to destroy them. It's the only way to deal with them." Vice President Dick Cheney, NY Times

 


 

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Rockstar Death Notices - September 2007
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Rockstar Death Notices - September 2007

Earl Turbinton

EARL TURBINTON (Earl Joseph Turbinton) “The African Cowboy” Died Aug. 3 in Baton Rouge, LA, of Lung Cancer (Jazz). Born Sept. 23, 1941, in New Orleans, the saxophonist worked with his brother, Wilson “Willie Tee” Turbinton and with Herbie Hancock, The Neville Brothers, Snooks Eaglin, Cannonball Adderley, The Wild  Magnolias, B.B. King, Allen Toussaint, Joe Zawinul, Buster Williams and Champion Jack Dupree. As a band leader, he recorded for Rounder and Progressive Records

LEE HAZLEWOOD (Barton Lee Hazlewood) Died Aug. 4 in Henderson, NV, of renal cancer (Country). Born July 9, 1929 in Mannford, OK, the singer, songwriter and producer's songs have been recorded by Sanford Clark (“The Fool”), Nancy Sinatra (“These Boots are Made for Walking”), Duane Eddy, Dean Martin (“Houston”), Lydia Lunch, Einsturzende Neubauten, Primal Scream, Boyd Rice, Nick Cave, Harry Nilsson, Anita Lane, The Astronauts and Megadeth. Formed LHI, which signed The International Submarine Band. As a solo artist, he had hits with “Trouble is a Lonesome Town” and “Six Feet of Chain.”

ROBERT A. HALTER (Aaron Ockman) Died Aug. 7 in Des Plaines, IL, from complications of Alzheimer's Disease. Born in 1912 in Philadelphia, he led The Accordioneers, and was owner of The Music Center

BEV SMITH Died Aug. 9, at the age of 50 (Rock, Blues, Reggae). The drummer worked with The Honeydrippers, Eric Clapton, Shark Attack, Jimmy Page, Stan Webb's Chicken Shack and Champion Jack Dupree

STEVE WILKINSON (aka Sgt. Sword) Died in early August (Metal). Was a member of Thor

MERV GRIFFIN (Mervyn Edward Griffin Jr.) Died Aug. 12, in Los Angeles, of prostate cancer (Big Band). Born July 6,1925, in San Mateo, CA, the singer, pianist, entertainer and TV talk show host and show biz mogul created, produced and wrote music for TV's “Jeopardy” and “Wheel of Fortune.” He recorded the songs “I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts” and “Never Been Kissed,” and also worked with Freddy Martin

JAH JERRY (Jerome Hines) Died Aug. 13, in Kingston, Jamaica (Ska). Born November 8, 1921, the guitarist and songwriter was a member of The Skatalites, and worked with Millie Small, Prince Buster, Derrick Morgan (“They Got To Go” and “Shake A Leg”), Desmond Dekker, The Drumbago All Stars, Toots And The Maytals and Bob Marley And The Wailers

PHIL RIZZUTO (Philip Francis Rizzuto) (Fiero Francis Rizzuto) (aka The Scooter) Died Aug. 14, in West Orange, NJ. Born Sept. 25, 1917, in Brooklyn, NY, he was a Major League Baseball player and radio and TV sports announcer. He can be heard on Meat Loaf's “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” for which he received a gold record. He was a Baseball Hall of Fame inductee. 

MAX ROACH (Maxwell Lenard Roach) Died Aug. 16, in New York, of Alzheimer's Disease (Jazz). Born Jan. 10, 1924 in New Land, NC, the drummer  led The Max Roach Double Quartet and the Max Roach - Clifford  Brown Quintet, and worked with Cecil Taylor, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Anthony Braxton, Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, Miles  Davis, Eric Dolphy, Stanley Turrentine, George Coleman, Donald Byrd, Oscar Brown Jr., Kenny Dorham and Booker Little. He co-founded Debut  Records

PAUL WHITE Died Aug. 16, at 61. Born in Grappenhall, was a member of The Black Cats, who performed at The Cavern Club alongside The Beatles and The Animals

ERROLL PATTON Died Aug. 20, at 52, in Wichita, KS, while jogging. The drummer worked with The Chance Band, The Killer Bs, Sinergy and Zyba

WAYNE CHAPMAN Died Aug. 22, in Toronto, of heart failure after falling off a roof while being attacked by hornets. He was 52. The guitarist worked with Stompin' Tom Connors

MISS PEARL O. DIS (Shalonda P. Simpson) Died Aug. 23, after being shot during a robbery (Rock). Born in 1982, the bassist was a member of The Cheetah Whores

AARON RUSSO Died Aug. 24, in Los Angeles, of bladder cancer. Born Feb. 14,1943 in Brooklyn, NY, he managed Bette Midler and The Manhattan Transfer. He was a rock promoter for Janis Joplin, The Jefferson Airplane and The Grateful Dead, and owned the nightclub Kinetic Playground. He produced the films “The Rose” and “Trading Places.” 

MATTHEW CORMIER Died Aug. 26, when a metal house frame he was working on fell on him (Zydeco). He was 22, a bassist, and worked with Travis Matte and the Zydeco Kingpins

JOHN HEALY (John P. Healy Jr.) Died Aug. 26, in Cameron Park, of complications from a head injury after a fall in his home. Born Oct. 12, 1951 in Brooklyn, NY, he played cello and founded The San Jose Children's Musical Theater

JOSE TRUJILLO JR. Died Aug. 27 after a skateboard accident. He was 13, and the bassist of Los Trujillo

TOM PHALEN (Thomas Peter Phalen) Died Aug. 27, in Kent, WA, of heart failure.  Born Oct. 10, 1948 in Los Angeles, he was a music critic, guitarist and songwriter, and  worked with Wallflower and Slo And Easy. He was a music critic for The Seattle Times and wrote for Rolling Stone magazine

HILLY KRISTAL Died Aug. 28, in Manhattan, of complications from lung cancer. Born in 1932 in Manhattan, the singer, songwriter and violinist sang at The Radio City Music Hall, and was founder of the club CBGBs, which hosted The Ramones, Talking Heads, Blondie, Patti Smith, The Dead Boys, Suicide, Wayne County, The Dictators, Television, Mink Deville and Sonic Youth. He had also managed the jazz club The Village Vanguard

SHERIFF TEX DAVIS (William Douchette) Died Aug. 29, at the age of 93. The songwriter, manager and promoter co-wrote Gene Vincent's, “Be-Bop-A-Lula” and worked at Monument Records promoting Dolly Parton, Kris Kristofferson and Jeannie Seely

ARIEL BOGOSLAVSKY (Arkady Efimovich Bogoslavsky) Died Aug. 29. Born Nov. 20,1955 in Kishinev (today Chisinau), Moldova, Soviet Union, the pianist did “Vodka Boogie,” and played classical renditions of rock songs by artists such as Billy Joel, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Coolio and Led Zeppelin

MIKE HAASCH Died Sept. 1, of a heart attack. The bassist worked with Bluehand, The Brandon James Band, Mark Pannier And The B.B's, Deirdre Fellner, Peter Noone and County Trunk A

CARTER ALBRECHT (Jeffrey Carter Albrecht) Died Sept. 3, near White Rock Lake, after being shot by a neighbor who thought he was a burglar (Rock). He was 34, a guitarist and keyboardist, and worked with Sorta and Edie Brickell & New Bohemians

JANIS MARTIN (aka the Female Elvis) Died Sept. 3, in Durham, NC, of cancer ( Rockabilly, Country). Born March 27, 1940, in Sutherlin, VA, the singer and guitarist did “Will You Willyum” and “Drugstore Rock And Roll,” led The Marteens and The Variations, and was inducted into The Rockabilly Hall of Fame

 


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