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Blur throw a raucous Garden party in NYC

Blur put on a terrific show at their first-ever show at NYC’s Madison Square Garden on Friday, October 23rd. (Photo ©Linda Brownlee)

Blur made their first-ever performance at New York City’s Madison Square Garden a memorable one with a terrific set featuring songs from their latest album, The Magic Whip, as well as a host of Blur classics.

30 Reviews in Five Days, Pt. 5

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by John M. Borack Laurence Juber – “Fingerboard Road” (Solid Air Records) Former Wings guitarist Laurence Juber has released nearly 20 (!) records of exquisite acoustic guitar musings, and on Fingerboard Road the Grammy-winning musician tosses in three originals alongside …

30 Reviews in Five Days, Pt. 4

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by John M. Borack Kaufman – “Scratch” (No label listed) David Kaufman is a talented guitarist from the Los Angeles area whom I know strictly as a sideman, so I was a bit surprised when this solo CD arrived in …

30 Reviews in Five Days, Pt. 3

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by John M. Borack The Orange Peels – “Begin the Begone” (Mlm Records) Densely produced and quite often disarmingly pretty (“New Moon”), Begin the Begone is another solid album by the Peels, albeit one that probably won’t win them many …

30 Reviews in Five Days, Pt. 2

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by John M. Borack The Well Wishers – “A Shattering Sky” (No label listed) Like death, taxes and a Wal Mart shopping excursion, a Well Wishers record is always predictable – but in a good way. You know you’re gonna …