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TAXIRIDE

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - December 8, 2005

TAXIRIDEDecember 8, 2005 | Author: Greg Phillips AXIOMATICALLY SPEAKING! On a typically brisk Melbourne morning not too far from the city skyline, Australian Musician’s Greg Phillips found Taxiride in a rehearsal complex preparing for their upcoming tour and promotion of their third, but first independently released album “Axiomatic”. Instant success for…

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JEFF BECK-CLASSIC 70s INTERVIEW By Steven Rosen

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - November 21, 2005

JEFF BECK – CLASSIC 70’S INTERVIEW November 21, 2005 | Author: Steven Rosen Jimmy Page once remarked about him that he “Plays guitar like he drives his cars,” recklessly, dangerously.  So when Geoffrey Arnold came into the world on that war-shattered summer’s day in 1944, he probably felt right at…

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ORIANTHI- PRS Queen

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - November 21, 2005

ORIANTHI – PRS Queen November 21, 2005 | Author: Greg Phillips For a start Orianthi is an official Paul Reed Smith guitar endorsee and in 2004 was invited to perform at that prestigious guitar maker’s 20th anniversary celebrations. She has traded guitar licks on stage with Steve Vai, Carlos Santana and…

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JOE SATRIANI AT SOUNDCHECK

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - August 18, 2005

JOE SATRIANI AT SOUNDCHECK August 18, 2005 | Author: Joe Matera. Pics by Marty Williams SOUNDCHECKIN’ WITH SATCH It’s late afternoon and I’m sitting in the foyer of a plush Melbourne inner city hotel talking to Joe Satriani’s manager Mick Brigden awaiting for Satch to show for our Australian Musician…

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PETER FRAMPTON

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - August 18, 2005

PETER FRAMPTON August 18, 2005 | Author: Joe Matera Peter Frampton needs no introduction. First coming to prominence in the late ‘60s as part of The Herd, he later formed Humble Pie with Steve Marriott, before branching out into a solo career in 1971 and achieved enormous multi-platinum success with his…

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LADIES SING THE BLUES – Part 3 Marie Gabrielle

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - August 16, 2005

LADIES SING THE BLUES – Part 3 Marie Gabrielle August 18, 2005 | Author: Greg Phillips Australian Musician spotlights three emerging female singer songwriters with their feet firmly on the ground and their amps churning out honest, organic rhythm & blues. MIA DYSON, ANNE McCUE AND MARI GABRIELLE MARIE GABRIELLE By…

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LADIES SING THE BLUES Part 1-Mia Dyson

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - August 16, 2005

LADIES SING THE BLUES. Part 1 Mia Dyson August 18, 2005 | Author: Greg Phillips LADIES SING THE BLUES Australian Musician spotlights three emerging female singer songwriters with their feet firmly on the ground and their amps churning out honest, organic rhythm & blues. MIA DYSON, ANNE McCUE AND MARI GABRIELLE…

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LADIES SING THE BLUES – Part 2 Anne McCue

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - August 16, 2005

LADIES SING THE BLUES – Part 2 Anne McCue August 18, 2005 | Author: Baz Bardoe LADIES SING THE BLUES Australian Musician spotlights three emerging female singer songwriters with their feet firmly on the ground and their amps churning out honest, organic rhythm & blues. MIA DYSON, ANNE McCUE AND MARI…

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JETHRO TULL’S MARTIN BARRE

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - August 15, 2005

JETHRO TULL’S MARTIN BARRE August 18, 2005 | Author: Greg Phillips “Number 25 of all time is my claim to fame!” offers Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre quite proudly, referring to a poll which rated ‘Aqualung’ as the 25th best guitar solo of all time. That piece of contemporary music…

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CHRIS SQUIRE – YES

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - December 1, 2003

Music fans raised  on today’s  radio-friendly three and a half minute pop songs might find it difficult to comprehend the ten and twenty minute music opuses regularly churned out by progressive bands in the 70s. Back then it was always about the music and exceeding boundaries. In an era that…

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