No Music for Old People: An Apologetic Explanation

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Howdy, music lovers!

It is with great sadness that I explain why there will be no column for the next two weeks. I am deep into producing, editing, mastering, cooking and bottle-washing the definitive Michael Bloomfield box set, From His Head to His Heart to His Hands. The set will consist of three CDs with an added DVD with a one-hour original documentary thrown in. There are many unreleased tracks as well as his solo audition session for legendary producer John Hammond, Sr. With liner notes by MOJO contributor Michael Simmons and photos galore, I hope it satisfies every fan or inquiring mind. But we are at the stage now where I simply have no time to prepare a proper column and I didn't wanna put up anything sub-par as I have been very happy over the last three years to share the innards of my collection with all of you.

So, please bear with me and I will be back (hopefully) on May 17 with more new goodies and obscure oldies to keep you rockin' as usual. Please forgive me as I admit I'm only human and can do just so much. If you click on the link below it will take you to a page that includes all the columns from the past year, and my author profile page contains links to all the columns back to 2011, so if you've missed anything, you can catch up while we are away.

Thank you all so much for being on board and I will be back ASAP.

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Legendary musician (Bob Dylan, Blues Project, Super Session, Blood Sweat & Tears), producer (Lynyrd Skynyrd, Nils Lofgren, The Tubes) and author (Backstage Passes & Backstabbing Bastards), Al is happy to join the staff of The Morton Report in an effort to help his fellow listeners stay in tune!

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