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CD Reviews
Black Rock
Review by Mark Johnson

A much harder and heavier album than The Ballad of John Henry, the blues really shines on this album. 


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British Blues Explosion Live
Review by Gary Hill

There is no question that Joe Bonamassa was heavily influenced by the British Blues Movement. It could be argued, though, that the movement was one of the biggest influences on popular music in the last 70 years or so.


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Live At The Greek Theatre
Review by Gary Hill
This new live album finds Joe Bonamassa playing tribute to the three Kings of the blues, Freddie, Albert and the one true king BB.
 

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The Ballad of John Henry
Review by Mark Johnson

This has a great sampling of guitar blues/rock classics mixed with Joe Bonamassa’s original songs.


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DVD Reviews
Joe Bonamassa - British Blues Invasion Live BluRay
Review by Gary Hill

After  a short bit of documentary that outlines the British blues movement of the 1960s we’re taken into the concert to continue. It is immediately apparent just how good Joe Bonamassa and his band are as they tear through the opening instrumental medley.


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Joe Bonamassa - Live At The Greek Theatre DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I previously reviewed the audio set of this concert. As good as that was (and it was very good), this is so much better.

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Various Artists - 108 Rock Star Guitars written by Lisa S. Johnson
Review by G. W. Hill

This is the quintessential coffee table book. That’s particularly true for those who love guitars.


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Black Country Communion - Afterglow
Review by Larry Toering

First of all, this has been a band I’ve supported heavily over the last three years or so.


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Don Airey - All Out
Review by Larry Toering

Following up his last release seemed to be a fairly swift effort, but it was a good idea for Don Airey, as this one is a little more up my alley.


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Black Country Communion - Black Country Communion
Review by Mark Johnson

Kevin Shirley’s inspiration to bring together Glenn Hughes, vocals and bass, and Joe Bonamassa, lead guitar and vocals has provided one of the best rock/blues bands and albums of the year.


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Black Country Communion - Black Country Communion 2
Review by Larry Toering

After nine months, the modern day super group returns with its second release.


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Jon Lord - Concerto for Group & Orchestra
Review by G. W. Hill

The music here is, by definition, a marriage of classical and rock sounds in three extensive pieces.
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Black Country Communion - Live Over Europe BluRay
Review by Larry Toering

Since Black Country Communion arrived on the scene, still less than a year ago, they have managed two studio CD releases, and to top it off they have produced what is an absolute state of the art video, and it's tailor made for the Blu-ray experience.


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Various Artists - Re-Machined: A Tribute to Deep Purple's Machine Head
Review by G. W. Hill

I’m a big fan of Deep Purple, particularly the classic stuff.


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