Monthly Archives: July 2019

Whitesnake ~ Flesh & Blood

  Whitesnake is back! The new album Flesh & Blood sounds similar to past albums of Whitesnake. The music is tight. The guitar playing is still the treat that you want to hear, just like you did back in the … Continue reading

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Richard X. Heyman ~ Pop Circles

  I’ve heard many albums from Richard X. Heyman, drummer for the Doughboys & let me tell you, this is the best album that he’s done. Everything is perfect. The songwriting is top-notch, the music is wonderful & the production … Continue reading

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The Hollywood Stars ~ Sound City

  There was some real nice guitar on this album, so, if you’re a guitar fan, you’ll probably really like this album. The harmonies were real nice as well. The lead vocals weren’t great…but, they fit the band really well. … Continue reading

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The Doughboys ~ Running For Covers

  The doughboys are covering some great songs on this album. The band is tight, the vocals are really good & the songs picked are perfect for for Gar’s range. Starting off strong with 96 tears, then going into a … Continue reading

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Ruphus ~ New Born Day, & Ranshart

  Considering that I consider myself a prog guy, I’ve never heard of this great progressive rock band before. Now that I have, I can’t wait to hear more. These albums are originally done in 1973, & 1974 & have … Continue reading

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Sweet Oblivion

  Another great album featuring Geoff Tate. Anything that Geoff Tate puts his hands on, seems to work very well. The music is sweet. The vocals are right where they need to be & the production is wonderful. “Transition” starts … Continue reading

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Rendezvous Point ~ Universal Chaos

  This second album from Rendezvous point doesn’t really do much for me. It sort of just keeps going but doesn’t really go anywhere. I don’t hate it. I would like it to take me somewhere. That’s what I need … Continue reading

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