A live album, featuring guitarist Olivier Durand, underscores the excellence of Elliott Murphy’s work. Plus, music from Ben Davis Jr., the Muffs, and Sunny War.
Half a century after his death, we’re still getting new music from Jimi Hendrix. Plus, a reissue from Elliott Murphy and reviews of releases from Nino Tempo, Juliana Hatfield, Robbie Dupree, Wood & Wire, and Mandy Rowden.
All of his approximately three dozen albums have contained great songs. This one’s no exception.
Elliott Murphy caused quite a stir with Aquashow, his 1973 debut album. Rolling Stone, for example, devoted considerably more space
A neat little database program on my Mac called CDPedia keeps track of the music collection that has taken over
Some people call them Desert Island Discs. I call them Albums without Which My Life Just Wouldn’t Be Quite What