Monthly Archives: April 2021

3.2 ~ Third Impression

OK, this is the 2nd album that Robert Berry was working on with Keith Emerson, before his passing. Robert does a great job creating music. This album, I don’t hear a lot of Emerson influence, but, of course, it’s great, … Continue reading

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Liquid Tension Experiment ~ LTE 3

The first time that I heard the Liquid Tension Experiment, I didn’t really groove to it. One of my friends lent me some tracks to listen to, but, they never quite worked for me. I can’t tell you whether it … Continue reading

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Tommy Bolin ~ Shake The Devil – The Lost Sessions

I know, I know, Tommy Bolin is a legend. He put a lot of fun & difference in the 1970’s, playing with the James Gang, Deep Purple & Zephyr. He may have been a great guitarist, but, sometimes, it just … Continue reading

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Melody Duncan ~ Wolfsong

The vocals of this singer songwriter didn’t really move me…at first. After awhile, I learned to listen to the lyrics & the melodies. This woman can write some really good lyrics. The music is also nice. There is no lead … Continue reading

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Badfinger ~ No Matter What – Revisitations The Hits

Badfinger was so good in the 1960s, that the Beatles put them on their Apple label. They were the only band, besides the Beatles that were on that label. This album features a bunch of Badfinger hits with guest stars … Continue reading

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Tony Cantisano ~ Enliven

This guitar player sure can play. This reminded me quite a bit of Jeff Beck, but, not as clean or soulful. While he doesn’t have the soul of Jeff Beck, he has the moves of a great guitar player. At … Continue reading

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