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Jeff Beck: Live & Exclusive from the Grammy Museum

This album is a showcase of amazing guitarist Jeff Beck's 2010 tour.  Read the Guitar International review Similar Artists: Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, The Yardbirds, Johnny Winter Buy it on iTunes
   

Bryan Ferry: Olympia

This is Roxy front-man Bryan Ferry's newest solo project with more sultry, lovestruck crooning. Read the Rolling Stone review Similar Artists: Roxy, The Charlatans, The Verve, School of Seven Bells Buy it on iTunes OR get the Deluxe Edition
   

Buddy Guy: Living Proof

On the new album from Buddy Guy, the blues icon contemplates morality at his 74 years of age and revisits his many years in song. Read the Chicago Tribune Review Similar Artists: B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Otis Rush, Willie Dixon Buy it on iTunes
   

Prefab Sprout: Lets Change the World with Music

Gifted singer and songwriter, Paddy McAloon has been battling some recent health issues that have prevented him from performing music.  Thankfully Prefab Sprout has a host of unreleased tracks at their disposal and have released another record in the meantime.  It's a loose concept album speaking of the religious love for music. Read the A.V. Club review Similar Artists: Joy Division, The Smiths, The Pixies, Elvis Costello Buy it on iTunes
   


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