Monthly Archives: September 2018

Keith Emerson & Robert Berry 3.2 ~ The Rules Have Changed

  This album was to be both a tribute to Keith Emerson & a follow up to the album To The Power Of Three by Emerson, Berry, & Palmer, otherwise known as 3. This album certainly does continue that wonderful … Continue reading

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Aisles ~ Live From Estudio Del Sur EP

  This band is HOT! REALLY HOT! Their past albums were great. This EP which shows the new concept of the band playing previous songs from their history. Included are “Clouds Motion”, which is their first song that they recorded, … Continue reading

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Jimmy Haslip – Scott Kinsey-Gergo Borlai ~ Arc Trio

  This 10 track albums brings 3 of the finest jazz musicians together for some fine music. “Owasso”, which starts you off, is a rhythmic feeling song, starting off with drums, then bringing in the bass, then, finally the keyboard. … Continue reading

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The Aaron Clift Experiment ~ If All Goes Wrong

  This album starts off strong…very strong. Big drums start off the first song “Faith”, which, at first listen, I didn’t like the vocals, but, upon second listen, found myself feeling that the voice does work. There are moments, when … Continue reading

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Vanilla Fudge ~ Spirit Of ’67

  Vanilla Fudge is back? I don’t know if this is a permanent thing, but, I hope that it is. The band is Mark Stein on keyboards & vocals, Vince Martell on guitars & vocals, Carmine Appice on drums & … Continue reading

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Rick & Jenda Derringer Do The Beatles

    Rick Derringer, being one of my all time great performers does OK with this release. Most of the singing is done by Jenda with Rick in the background. Rick does sing lead on a few, but, mostly it’s … Continue reading

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Flip Damon ~ Summer Sky

  This CD reminds me of another CD that I heard made from someone I know. The music that I heard was very good, the songwriting was also very good. The singing wasn’t bad, but, didn’t really fit with the … Continue reading

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