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Aloe Blacc Where Are You?

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If you like the music by Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers, and Al Green, then chances are you’ll enjoy the era-stretching sound  of Aloe Blacc.  This is classic groove music and well worth a listen.  He only has two albums out so far and we would have liked to have covered him under the “New Bands That Don’t Sound Bad” category, but it has been a while since Aloe Blacc treated us with new work—2010 in fact.  

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Rave On Denny Laine

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Have you ever been listening to an album and it suddenly strikes you that you may be the only person in the world listening to that particular album at that particular time? There must be mathematicians out there who could tackle the odds of that being true for particular albums.

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Very Scary! – Orexis of Death

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Did you know that “orexis” means “longing” or “desire”?  Now you do.  I just looked it up.  Orexis of Death (the preposition ought to be “for,” shouldn’t it?) is the sole album – recorded in 1972, not released until 1996 – by a band called Necromandus.  The band was discovered, and their album produced, by Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi, who also plays a bit of guitar on the album. 

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Laurence Juber: More Than McCartney's Sideman

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Do you know the name Laurence Juber?  He’s probably best known for his most visible (audible?) work, producing and playing on several of Al Stewart’s albums and playing lead guitar with Wings for a few years in the late seventies and early eighties 

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