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Pete Welding


  • Fathers & Sons

    Chess' much-vaunted Fathers and Sons 2-LP set, which documents the studio (1st LP) and live (2nd LP) encounters between the old guard and the new Turks of the Chicago blues, is an attractive, unpretentious success and should do well commercially. Certainly it's one of the finest sets of performances from Muddy in quite a while […]

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  • Lucille

    While I don't like to say it, this is the least interesting King album in quite a while. Mind you, it's not really bad and in fact would be more than a respectable effort by anyone of lesser abilities than King's. The thing is, though, B.B.'s at the level where his only realistic competition is […]

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