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Bruce Springsteen: Hustling For Rock’s Record Machines

Report by Don Snowden, Pasadena Guardian, September 1975

HE STARTED HIS career as a solo performer and fronting New Jersey bar bands like the Steel Mill and Dr. Zoom and the Sonic Boom. ...

Bruce Springsteen & The Street Band: Live At The Roxy Theatre

Live Review by Don Snowden, Pasadena Guardian, October 1975

"I’m gonna sit back right easy and laugh When Scooter and Big Man bust this city in half" (‘10th Avenue Freeze-Out’) ...

Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson: Howlin' Wolf, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter

Review by Don Snowden, Pasadena Guardian, November 1975

Howlin' Wolf: Change My Way (CHV 418)Sonny Boy Williamson: One Way Out (CHV 417)Little Walter: Confessin' The Blues (CHV 416)Chess Vintage Series (Chess/Janus Records) ...

Dr. John, The Meters: The Meters and Dr John: Walking to New Orleans

Review by Don Snowden, Pasadena Guardian, December 1975

WHILE UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED as one of the birthplaces of jazz, New Orleans has never received its due as a rhythm and blues center in the ...

Little Feat: Interview with Bill Payne

Interview by Don Snowden, Pasadena Guardian, Summer 1975

BILL PAYNE is a little freaked with L.A. rock fans. Clearly tired from the strain of Little Feat’s four night stand, he is really looking ...

Patti Smith: At The Roxy Theatre

Live Review by Don Snowden, Pasadena Guardian, Fall 1975

FIRST SHOW, first set on her first night in L.A., playing to a cold record company crowd, checking her out as a possible new phenomenon-- ...

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