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HWS CD Reviews of (mostly) Bay Area bands.



BIG B BOOGIES AND BOPS

BIG B BOOGIES AND BOPS

Jose Segue June 15, 2010 0

City slicker boogie is what he calls it, and that’s what the new self-titled CD from Big B and his Snakeoil Saviors delivers.  With only seven tracks one wishes it might have delivered a

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THE B STARS: AS AUTHENTIC AS THEY WANT TO BE

THE B STARS: AS AUTHENTIC AS THEY WANT TO BE

Jose Segue May 6, 2010 1

The B Stars felt that their first full-length CD was long delayed but in reality their timing was fine. What took time was adding steel guitar to the band, a move they made in

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HI-RHYTHM HUSTLERS AIM FOR YOUR FEET

HI-RHYTHM HUSTLERS AIM FOR YOUR FEET

Jose Segue April 16, 2010 1

As if their name didn’t give the band away, dancing beats are what the Hi-Rhythm Hustlers are about.  Fronted by the inimitable Rockin’ Raul Castro, a dance instructor himself, the Hustlers’ live show combines

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THE BROTHERS COMATOSE DEBUT CD

THE BROTHERS COMATOSE DEBUT CD

Jose Segue March 19, 2010 0

In Songs from the Stoop, the debut CD from The Brothers Comatose, the band has captured much of the joie de vivre of their live shows on a studio recording.  This is a band

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