Monthly Archives: January 2019

Magic Dance ~ New Eyes

  I’m going to start off this review with “I REALLY LIKE THIS ALBUM”. It starts off strong with an 80’s sound with a lot of keyboard driven sounds, then…BLAM, in comes the guitar. Each song really is a pumped … Continue reading

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Legacy Pilots ~ Con Brio

                         Right off the bat, this album gets a mention in the BEST OF 2018 list. This album is phenomenal. When you have Steve Morse (Dixie Dregs, Deep Purple … Continue reading

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Alter Bridge ~ Addicted To Pain (Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

  The new LIVE album from Alter Bridge, is a fine album. I like the band, I like the songs. Sometimes Myles Kennedy’s voice is a bit off. The songs that they played live for the show were all good … Continue reading

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Collective Soul LIVE

  As I get older, I find, I’m not really that fond of live albums. There are some exceptions, where the artist(s) make their songs different than on the original version. However, when I listen to a live album of … Continue reading

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Foreigner ~ I Want To Know What Love Is (New Recording with Shriners Hospitals)

There is a new live Foreigner album coming out on February 15th, but, better yet, they teamed up with the kids from Shriners Hospitals & remade this song which can be heard here… https://open.spotify.com/album/1ygUhKPNvdnPvpoQslO42Q    on Spotify, which can be purchased … Continue reading

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Martin Barre ~ Road Less Travelled

  The great Jethro Tull guitar player puts out another solo gem with this album. You can certainly hear that Martin Barre was a main contributor of the Jethro Tull sound on this album. The songwriting is similar on some … Continue reading

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The Unity ~ Rise

  This group on their sophomore album, could possibly be the next Van Halen. They don’t have the same guitar licks as Eddie, but, the Pop / Rock is certainly there. The singing works as does the band. I would … Continue reading

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