How Striking Matches Brought Guitar Fireworks, T Bone Burnett to Debut LP



How Striking Matches Brought Guitar Fireworks, T Bone Burnett to Debut LP
So we just wanted to expand the sound, and make it punchier, more driving." With a paternal chuckle, he adds, "These kids play good enough that I don't feel like I'm just having to wait for them. They play good enough to play with Gregg Allman or the …
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New on Disc: Preminger's 'Bunny Lake Is Missing' and 'Skidoo'
This cycle, notably “Anatomy of a Murder,” “Exodus” and “Advise & Consent,” had largely run its course by 1965, when Preminger abruptly reverted to his earlier mode with the stylish, relatively frugal psychological thriller “Bunny Lake Is Missing,” now …
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Bono: 'I May Never Play Guitar Again'
"For the last few weeks I haven't been able to move around physically so I have more than made up for it by leaving my mind to wanderlust, untethered except electronically," he wrote, adding that the post was an "attempt to learn from mistakes – the …
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