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Kenny Dubman: Conflicted

Kenny Dubman: Conflicted

A chunky rocker featuring Blackberry Smoke’s Charlie Starr on lead guitar rumbles under Kenny Dubman’s vocal on “Old Dogs,” the opener on his latest Conflicted.

The 2022 San Francisco PornFilmFestival Announces Their Official Selections

Pink and White Productions has announced the official films for the 2022 second San Francisco PornFilmFestival, to be held in person, on August 24-27, 2022.

Chris Forte: Backyard Astronomy

Chris Forte: Backyard Astronomy

The vibrato bar lovemaking and infiltrating organ on the wonderful “Covidy Blues” (another sure showcase for guitar and another of my faves here), had me back on my heels it’s so cool!

Arnab Sengupta: Leap of Faith

Arnab Sengupta: Leap of Faith

This almost sounds Disney-esque; that’s how much of a standard this song could become, like something we sing for years to come.

THE SEX FILES: The News Roundup

Two animated characters of the same sex kiss in the movie and that’s just too much for the sensibilities of the folks (more like the politicians in charge) of these countries.

Dylan Tauber: He Loves Carmen

Dylan Tauber: He Loves Carmen

The slow plod of keys and overdriven chorus of keys work against (in a good way) the shank beat on the Enya-like “I Love My Father,” a song that mines a deeply emotional by midway, and it’s probably my favorite track here.

Ad Vanderveen: Candle to You 

Ad Vanderveen: Candle to You 

If I’m not mistaken, it’s that mandola, something Vanderveen plays very well indeed, that is the featured string instrument on the second-to-last tune, a Dylan-sounding “Exit Inside.”

Talking To Terri-Jean Bedford: Dominatrix On Trial

Talking To Terri-Jean Bedford: Dominatrix On Trial

Dominatrix on Trial: How A Canadian Dominatrix Fought The Law And Won is a stunning autobiography from Canadian sex worker/dom Terri-Jean Bedford, a […]

Ann Wilson: Fierce Bliss

Ann Wilson: Fierce Bliss

Presently the Wilson sisters (Ann’s sister Nancy, guitarist/vocalist/songwriter is the other have of Heart’s creative team) are at odds in how to carry on their band. It’s nothing that Ann claims is a big rift, but Nancy wants to rest on the band’s legacy output, and Anna wants to explore new music. 

Eric Harrison: Dear John

Eric Harrison: Dear John

N.J. son Harrison make good for John Prine and us all, on Dear John.

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