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Lonnie Mack

Lonnie Mack


Lonnie Mack: The Instrumental Influence and Hit Star

Profile by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, August 1963

BEAT instrumentals are probably at a higher degree of popularity in the States than ever before. Discs like 'Wipeout', 'Tips Of My Fingers', 'Pipeline', 'Hot ...

The Real White Blues: Tony Joe White/Lonnie Mack

Review by Charlie Gillett, Record Mirror, August 1969

TONY JOE WHITE may well be the most sympathetic man making music today. His records show a man who cares about people, a Southerner with ...

Lonnie Mack: The Hills of Indiana

Review by Gene Sculatti, Fusion, December 1971

"FOR BEST results, this record should be played more than once." Maybe Elektra should've included that tip in the liner notes. ...

Lonnie Mack: Memphis Wham!

Sleevenotes by Bill Millar, Ace Records, July 1999

The term 'influential' is applied to almost anyone these days but there’s still a case for saying that the massively popular blues-rock guitar genre can ...

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