Carlos Santana

John McLaughlin: A Divine Presence in the World of Music

Jason Holmes | Posted 15.09.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jason Holmes

John McLaughlin plays the guitar with a fluency of expression rarely seen. Others, like Coltrane and Miles, have possessed this fluency, and like McLaughlin, used it as a way to tap into a spirituality which today eludes most musicians. But what links these musical geniuses is an intensity of self-enquiry borne of a golden era of music.

Caroline Frost

INTERVIEW: Rob Thomas Admits Feeling Left Out Of Matchbox Twenty

HuffingtonPost.com | Caroline Frost | Posted 04.10.2012 | UK Entertainment

“We always say I was more famous than she thought I was, and less famous than I thought I was.” It’s not your usual husband-wife chat, but t...

Ode To Michael Bloomfield: Review of Blues At The Fillmore 1968 - 1969

Benjamin Lazarus | Posted 20.08.2012 | UK
Benjamin Lazarus

History however is a cruel mistress, and occasionally people get lost in her vaults, ceasing to be recognised for their immeasurable impact and contribution to a particular field. Certainly in the case of modern day music, Michael Bloomfield is the epitome of this, and today his profound influence remains unknown and untold.