Monthly Archives: April 2003

Gene Pistilli the Hoboken Saddletramp: I Still Get Dressed on Sundays

Gene Pistilli wrote "Sunday Will Never Be The Same," a big hit for Spanky and Our Gang in 1967 and was later featured on the first Manhattan Transfer album. These days, the singer, songwriter and guitarist lives in Nashville and … Continue reading

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Bill Withers: Still Bill

Bill Withers wrote some of the most memorable soul songs of the early 1970s. Columbia Legacy has just reissued 1972’s "Still Bill" and 1977’s "Managerie," enabling a new generation of fans and musicians to hear Wither’s emotionally honest and upfront … Continue reading

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David Olney: The Wheel

David Olney is a singer-songwriter who looks past the world of appearances. His latest recording, "The Wheel," examines life’s mysteries from the perspective of a world-weary but still-hopeful explorer of the human spirit and larger world. It’s rare to find … Continue reading

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