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The New Orleans Doctor

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In a city known worldwide for its musical heritage and the birthplace of countless legendary players (Louis Armstrong, Jelly Roll Morton, Professor Longhair, the Marsalis family, the Neville family, Irma Thomas, Lee Dorsey, Mahalia Jackson and Trent Reznor to name but a few) Mac Rebennack aka Dr. John (Dr. John Creaux, or Dr. John the Night Tripper) has been forging his chronicle and laying claim to his place in the New Orleans pantheon of music giants and ambassadors for nigh on 60 years. I would guess there isn't a citizen within the city who doesn't know his name or hasn't heard one of his songs.

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Return Of The Living Dolls

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In the early seventies, the freshest thing to blow out of The Bowery was the New York Dolls.  So in this era of New York gentrification, which many old-time New Yorkers claim wafts its own ill winds through the city, it seems appropriate that The Dolls release their latest album, Live From The Bowery.

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And then Flaming Lips Appeared Again

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It really isn’t fair to compare the new album by the Flaming Lips, The Terror, to 1999’s The Soft Bulletin; there are Beatle albums that would not compare well to that pre-millennium classic. And this new album by the Lips does not stand up particularly well to that high-water mark either. Perhaps.

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Easy Blues from Hendrix, 2013

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Hearing a Hendrix album is an amazing experience. Hearing a new, studio-recorded, quality Hendrix album is extraordinary, beyond anything many of us thought possible—so much so that the reception of People, Hell and Angels seems muted at best. After all, it only reached #2 on the Billboard top 200 upon its release, forty-three years after his death! 

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