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Live Review by Pete Johnson, Los Angeles Times, 13 September 1968
THE KALEIDOSCOPE is possibly the most underrated rock group in the country, a local group which has been playing for two years waiting for audiences ...
Live Review by Nick Tosches, New Haven Rock Press, Fall 1970
ON THE night of June 29, The Band played to the biggest crowd in the four-year history of the now-traditional Central Park Summer Beer Festival ...
Review by Mark Leviton, Phonograph Record, November 1971
SEATRAIN WAS the first major splinter of the Blues project (now reformed in rather truncated version) and have consistantly been one of the best recording ...
Live Review by Jeff Walker, Phonograph Record, September 1972
I WISH there were something really great to say about Redwing; I mean, they've been playing together for a lot of years now, they happen ...
see also Rowan Brothers, The
see also Jim Kweskin & the Jug Band
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