#2 July 2005

#2: July 2005FEATURES

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON (& Daughter): Musical offspring following in their parents’ footsteps.

THE HOUSE THAT SOUL BUILT: Muscle Shoals — the Alabama “Temple of Sound” where the likes of Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett, and Duane Allman made their names well known.


From the Publisher: Elmore Magazine — So much more than the blues.

Influences: Robert Cray & Popa ChubbyFree Elmore Sampler with your subscription: Hooker, Hot Tuna, Thorogood, Mayall and more.

Influences: Robert Cray and Popa Chubby reveal their inspirations.

Kickin’ in Your Stall: Beware those who argue one genre over another.

Buddy Guy: On his endurance, and his relationships with Eric Clapton and Carlos Santana.

On the Record: New music reviewed — from the Legend of Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen, and Rory Gallagher, to Judy Collins, Aimee Mann, and an entertaining tribute to what you might have “Heard on the X.”

Collecting … Elvis Presley: Must-have recordings of the original hip-shaking country boy.

Re.issues: When Stephen Stills went solo.

Also Appearing: Long live rock ‘n’ roll — Invasion of the English masters. On tour with Mayall and The Stones.

Festival Map: Who made American Music, and where they’re playing this month, and next.

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