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CD Eugene "Hideaway" Bridges
Living Blues (p.45) - "Emphasizing uncluttered, acoustic settings, this is a subtly textured outing....Hideaway Bridges melds myriad styles -- folk-pop, pedal steel-drenched honky-tonk, acoustic blues -- yet never obscures his own musical identity."Living Blues (p.49) - "This album focuses on Bridges' silky vocals and sleek songs....[The] melodies are triumphant and memorable."
CD The Wynds of Life
CD Rock and a Hard Place *
Living Blues (p.44) - "While the lyrics are largely rooted in themes of betrayal and loss, the music is literally a joy to listen to."
CD Live in San Antonio
Living Blues (p.58) - "[H]e displays his versatility here as a performer, by employing B.B. King-inspired stagecraft, along with Buddy Guy-esque banter and a charismatic soul man persona..."
CD Live Cottiers Theatre
CD Brother To Brother [Digipak]
CD Lightning Strikes Twice [Digipak] [Rocky Athas' Lightning]
CD Waiting for Armadillo
The Wire (p.61) - "Strong evidence for electronic music being the real inheritor of punk, WAITING FOR ARMADILLO bleeds from the speakers, as caustic and vicious as mustard gus."
CD Instant Armadillo Blues: Best of 1971-1975 [PA]
CD Lone Starry Night
CD Armageddon [Original Soundtrack/Trevor Rabin]
CD Electric Snow: Best of Bugs Henderson *
CD Bernie [Limited Edition] (760137650829)
CD Best [Robert Earl Keen, Jr.] [CD] [1 disc]
CD Long Train Runnin' 1970-2000 [Box]
Q (1/00, p.136) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...McDonald's voice - and songs such as 'What A Fool Believes' transformed the Doobie Brothers into one of the biggest groups of the late-'70s. This set more than does them justice."Vibe (10/99, p.190) - "...Whether or not you'd been born when 'Black Water' hit No.1 in 1974, or remember 1979's quirky 'What a Fool Believes,' this collection should be on your stereo....Michael McDonald's melodious, heartsick tenor, and manner of song craft and musicianship...is increasingly absent in this world."
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