Monthly Archives: April 2020

Lickerish Quartet Threesome Vol. 1 EP

  OK, this one definately took me by surprise. I listened to this & it really perked up my mood. During this time of the Coronavirus, where people are down or depressed, these songs will cheer you up. Fun music … Continue reading

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David Reese ~ Cacophony Of Souls

  This album started off poorly, for me, but, by the 3rd song, the album seemed to get better. You may know David Reese from the band Accept or maybe Bonfire. His vocals still have that sound, if you’re familiar … Continue reading

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Witch Taint ~ Sons Of Midwestern Darkness

  While listening to this album, I first thought that it was just another metal album. While it IS a metal album, it is a parody album, similar to that of Steel Panther. There is banter between songs (not found … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ A Tribute To Keith Emerson & Greg Lake

    This album really took me by surprise. I knew that I would love the music, as I love ELP. Usually these albums are hard for me as someone usually messes up a song badly enough, where I can’t … Continue reading

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Shakra ~ Mad World

  This guitar driven band from Switzerland has a feel of AC/DC meets Nazareth. Very fast paced rock & roll. The only thing missing was an 1980’s type ballad to round out their sound. The closest that we have to … Continue reading

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Pattern Seeking Animals ~ Prehensile Tales

  Out of all the music that I’ve listened to so far, this year, this one is the best of the year. This band, while starting off strong, only get stronger as the album goes on. Starting off with 2 … Continue reading

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Katy Moffatt ~ Chrysalis

  This singer songwriter along with guitarist and producer, Andrew Hardin certainly know how to create beautiful music together. I wasn’t expecting what I received, but, it was certainly a surprise. If you’re a fan of James Taylor, Joni Mitchell … Continue reading

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Anoushka Shankar ~ Love Letters

  If you’re a fan of Ravi Shankar, you will probably like this even more. There is Sitar playing, of course, but, there is also singing. I remember listening to Ravi Shankar on the album “The Concert For Bangla Desh. … Continue reading

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The Traveling Jewburys Live At The Bitter End

  The Bitter End is a club where a lot of big artists have played. People such as Carol King, Chuck Berry, Janis Joplin, John Prine, Bo Diddley, Taj Mahal & more, including the Traveling Jewburys. This is a CD … Continue reading

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