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Marc Ford Offers An Undercard Classic On ‘The Vulture’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Within the often turbulent history of the Black Crowes, their guitarist of longest standing, Marc Ford wasted no time initiating solo projects. In fact, his latest, The Vulture, is his fifth such effort under his own name, and no one should be surprised this latest work of Ford’s suggests he was as responsible for the […] The post Marc Ford Offers An Undercard Classic On ‘The Vulture’ (ALBUM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
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