Monthly Archives: June 2018

David Cross & David Jackson ~ Another Day

Fans of King Crimson & Van der Graaf Generator will delight in this album that really does sound like either of the bands. David Cross, the electric violin of King Crimson in the 1970s & David Jackson, the flute & … Continue reading

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Roger Daltrey ~ As Long As I Have You

  A brand new album from Roger Daltrey? An excellent one at that. The album starts off strong with the title track, but then gets even stronger with “How far”, the 2nd track on the album, which was written by … Continue reading

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Roger Daltrey at the Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA. June 19, 2018

  Roger Daltrey, lead singer & frontman for The Who came to Philadelphia to do a solo show with his band, which also includes Simon Townshend, Jon Button, & Frank Simes from The Who. The show also included the Philadelphia … Continue reading

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Yuka & Chronoship ~ SHIP

  Man, did this album take me by surprise. This almost instrumental prog band is FANTASTIC! The musicianship is tight, perfectly so. The only thing that I could say about this band, if I could say anything bad about this … Continue reading

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Martin Turner ~ Ex Wishbone Ash ~ The Beauty In Chaos Live at the Citadel CD & DVD Set

  Wishbone Ash were big back in the 70s. Unfortunately, they broke up. Now there are 2 bands with Wishbone Ash’s name attached to it. One by Andy Powell, & this one by Martin Turner. Now that I’ve watched this … Continue reading

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Fernando Perdomo ~ Out To Sea

  Ok, guitar fans are really going to like this album. The first song “The Architect (Tribute To Peter Banks)” is a fast moving spectacular song which gets you into some great guitar playing as well as some keyboard drumming … Continue reading

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Big Little Lions ~ Alive And Well

  This album opens up with a song titled “Find Your Tribe” which made me feel as if I had stepped back into the 1960’s, listening to the Cowsills. The 2nd song had a similar feel to it as did … Continue reading

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