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Producer Bill Maxwell discusses the Winans sophomore album, Tomorrow, on its 30th anniversary
The Winans's Tomorrow, released by Light Records in 1984, would establish the group as a formidable quartet within the gospel and secular tradition and elevate their profile to mainstream audiences.
The Winans Tomorrow
DeBarge In A Special Way
Free Tracks
Dérobé Dance Band
"Gogoplata" b/w "Kem Dahg" 7-inch from Secret Stash Records
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The 40th anniversary of the Stevie Wonder classic, Innervisions
TONTO synth inventor Malcolm Cecil recalls the magic of working on Talking Book, Music of My Mind, and Innervisions
Innervisions
The Album
Between the Sheets
Sheet music collectibles
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Analog Out
Rhodes Electric Piano
Harold Rhodes left a bright legacy
Fender Rhodes
In Memoriam
Ray Manzarek
Remembering the Doors cofounder and keyboardist
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Articles
Renaissance Man
Lenny Kravitz learned to navigate the industry to become a master of his game
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Guest Blog
Put some clothes on that ass
Go to the Beat Swap Meet if you respect yourself
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Dr. John teams up with the Black Keys’ frontman Dan Auerbach for new album Locked Down
“I didn’t want to make a retro album,” Dan explains. “We didn’t record it in a retro way. We recorded it live on the floor, but there’s lots of low end.”
Photo by Alysse Gafkjen.
Free Tracks
Adrian Younge Presents Venice Dawn
Wax Poetics Records releases free EP from 2000
Adrian Younge Presents Venice Dawn (EP)
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The Emotions
EW&F’s Maurice White elevated the vocal trio to chart-topping success
The Emotions
Free Tracks
Freddie Hubbard Live in San Francisco
Free track from a previously unreleased live show
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Sesame Street Soul
Forty years of funky television
Sesame Street TV
Issue 34 - The Jazz Issue
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Mystery man Clutchy Hopkins brings beats from the Southern California desert
Years later, the identity of this musician is still a closely guarded secret.
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Double Time
Music talk with Tommy Guerrero
On the bass in Berkeley, 1984, and skating circa late '70s.