Monthly Archives: December 2019

Sly Stone With The Viscaynes

  You can tell that this was originally recorded in analog, as this sounds so fresh. It’s not quite Sly & The Family Stone, but, you can see how this turned into that band. The music is a bit less … Continue reading

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L.A. Guns ~ Another Xmas In Hell

  For a short EP, this Christmas album is F-U-N. Starting off with William Shatner leaving a phone message to the band which then goes into music. Only 5 songs, of which 1 is the phone call from William Shatner … Continue reading

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Brothers Of Metal ~ Emblas Saga

  Starting off with a slight symphonic beginning before leashing out  into hard rock/metal. Heavy on drums & bass with a nice female vocal guiding you along the path. There are moments where I don’t like what they do, but, … Continue reading

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Alterbridge ~ Walk The Sky

  Another fine album from Alterbridge. These musicians are in fine form, although, it is similar to their other work. Myles Kennedy being the front man ead vocalist of this band, it seems as if this band can do no … Continue reading

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Stephen Bishop ~ We’ll Talk About It Later In The Car

  A new album from an artist that you probably already know. You may know him from his hit “On And On” and, he also penned “Seperate Lives” in which Phil Collins & Marilyn Martin made a hit out of. … Continue reading

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Paige Cora ~ Instant In Time

  This singer songwriter has a nice sound to her debut album. She seems to know how to put her songs together in just the right way. Opening up with “Bicycle Bells”, which sets the tone for the album. This … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ A Prog Rockin’ Christmas

  Anything that starts off with a YES song, can’t be bad, although Jon Davison doing “Run With The Fox”, which isn’t really a Christmas song, it does have Christmas mentioned a couple of times, but, that is the extent … Continue reading

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Admiral Sir Claudesley Shovell ~ Very Unlikely Times

  I really like the music behind this band. The voice, not so much. It’s not that its bad, it just doesn’t quite fit. There are moments, when there are harmonies, at these times, the vocals do work. The band … Continue reading

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7 Miles To Pittsburgh ~ Revolution On Hold

  Starting off with a great STRONG guitar riff with floating organ in the background really starts this album off right. The vocals come in strong as well. I would sort of put this as Guns N Roses with a … Continue reading

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Gregg Rolie ~Sonic Ranch

  You may not know the name, but, you definitely know the voice. This man was the lead singer for Santana & Journey, prior to Steve Perry. This man knows how to sing. This album IS Rock & Roll! Gregg … Continue reading

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