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Warren Zevon has been checked out of the Terran Hotel for nearly eight years now. Yet despite an at times callous neglect by the survivors back here on Earth, his recorded output has had numerous reevaluations, both before and after his death.  With Rhino Records massive reissue campaign of the Elektra/Asylum catalog on both double […]

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Hoyt Axton – My Griffin Is Gone review

by TW on December 9, 2008

Hoyt Axton is one of those songwriters like Jimmy Webb whose music I know best from others’ interpretations. Axton penned classic tunes such as “Joy To The World,” “Never Been To Spain” and “The Pusher,” of which the first two became huge hits for Three Dog Night, while Steppenwolf’s John Kay put his inimitable spin […]

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Stu Nunnery – 35 Years On: The Interview

by TW on November 3, 2008

If you’ve never heard of Stu Nunnery, you’re probably not alone, but it would be your loss. Nunnery is a singer/songwriter who released one self-titled album on the short-lived Evolution label in 1973. The nine-song LP showcased a heady talent, playing a mix of folk-rock that fans of Dan Fogelberg, James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot and […]

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