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22
Month
March
Year
1974
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AMBOY DUKES; "CALL OF THE WILD"

The first release in several years from the legendary (Journey to the Center of the Mind) Michigan guitar virtuoso Ted Nugent with the Amboy Dukes. A brand new album, on Discreet Records.

JOHNNY WINTER; "SAINTS AND SINNERS"

Including: Stone County/Boney Moroney/Blinded By Love/Hurtin' So Bad/Feedback On Highway 101

The most recent Winter release, with help from Rick Derringer and brother Edgar, includes songs by the Stones, Chuck Berry, the Coasters, Van Morrison and others. On Columbia Records.

"ANN ARBOR BLUES AND JAZZ FESTIVAL"

A two record set on Atlantic with highlights from the 72 festival, including Jr. Walker, Dr. John, Muddy Waters, Hound Dog Taylor and other legendary musicians.

JOHN SINCLAIR; "GUITAR ARMY"

Includes writings from the late sixties MC5 period, as well as essays penned while serving 2 1/2 years for opposing and then overturning Michigan's marijuana laws.

BILLY COBHAM; "SPECTRUM"

Atlantic lp by the drummer for the Mahavishnu Orchestra.

"IMPULSIVELY-"

 A two record sampler lp taken from Impulse jazz releases, with short, accessible cuts by John Coltrane, Pharoah Sanders, Sun Ra, Keith Jarret and many others.

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