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Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory
Review by Gary Hill
Traffic was always an interesting band.

The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
Review by Steve Alspach
Somewhere in Steve Winwood’s career, between the blue-eyed teen soul of “I’m a Man” and “Gimme Some Lovin’” to the made-for-the-80s albums of Arc of a Diver and Back in the High Life came a little bit of exploration.
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This Robert Calvert disc is, in many ways, a lost Hawkwind album.
Various Artists - Glastonbury Fayre: 1971 The True Spirit Of Glastonbury Blu-Ray
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Anyone coming into this video looking for a concert film is likely to be disappointed. Also, anyone offended by nudity and/or drug use should probably steer clear.

One World Project - Grief Never Grows Old
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Out of all the progressive rock relief projects, this one features the biggest names: Barry and Robin Gibb (The Bee Gees), Paul Von Merten, Randell Kirsch and Brian Wilson (The Beach Boys), Boy George (Culture Club), Steve Winwood (Traffic), Rick Wakeman & Jon Anderson (Yes), Dewey Bunnell & Gerald Beckley (America), and a handful of others.
Spencer Davis Group - Keep on Running: The Collection
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I’ve always liked the Spencer Davis Group.

Jim Capaldi - Open Your Heart: Island Recordings 1972-1976
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This collection from Jim Capaldi is so strong. It gathers up three albums across four years of his career.

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