Opening Salvo

Blood Wolf WHAT?

Welcome to Copper #77!

I hope you had a better view of the much-hyped lunar-eclipse than I did—the combination of clouds and sleep made it a non-event for me.

Full moon or no, we’re all Bozos on this bus—in the front seat is Larry Schenbeck, who brings us music to counterbalance the blah weather; Dan Schwartz brings us Burritos for lunch; Richard Murison brings us a non-Python Life of BrianJay Jay French chats with Giles Martin about the remastered White AlbumRoy Hall tells us about an interesting dayAnne E. Johnson looks at lesser-known cuts from Steely Dan’s long career; Christian James Hand deconstructs the timeless “Piano Man”; Woody Woodward is back with a piece on seminal blues guitarist Blind Blake; and I consider comfort music, and continue with a Vintage Whine look at Fairchild.

Our reviewer friend Vade Forrester brings us his list of guidelines for reviewers.

Industry News will return when there’s something to write about other than Sears.

Copper#77 wraps up with a look at the unthinkable from Charles Rodrigues, and an extraordinary Parting Shot taken in London by new contributor Rich Isaacs.

Enjoy, and we’ll see you soon!

Cheers, Leebs.