Monthly Archives: March 2022

Joe Walsh with Barnstorm ~ Turning To Stone

A new album from Joe Walsh with Barnstorm? Nope. That’s what I had thought, but, was very disappointed to learn that this was a radio broadcast of a concert done in 1973. Don’t get me wrong, I love the music … Continue reading

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Flip Damon ~ Late Nights

Flip Damon is a multi-instrumentalist that plays all keyboards, guitars, percussion, sax, string pads & vocals. The instrumentation is done very well. The vocals are OK, but there is not a lot of range for most of the songs. The … Continue reading

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Lana Lane ~ Neptune Blue

What can I say about this band? They are a fantastic progressive rock band where the lead singer has a voice that (to me) can rival Ann Wilson of Heart. Ann Wilson is one of my favorite female singers in … Continue reading

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Anton Johansson’s Nevertold Stories

This album seems to be a compilation of music floating around throughout Anton Johansson’s career. The music is very well done. I don’t know much about Anton Johansson, but I can tell you this album had some really good music … Continue reading

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Billy Talent ~ Crisis Of Faith

Billy Talent is a canadian band that spans different genres in one album. Starting off with a long (for this band) progressive sounding song, then goes throughout the album with some hard rock, some punk, soft rock, etc. I found … Continue reading

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Ivy Ryann ~ A Nonagressive Violation Of Boundaries

This singer/songwriter can make some beautiful music. She has a beautiful voice. There are some notes, that, at times, she has a problem hitting. I’ve got to give her an A for effort, as she certainly tries to hit those … Continue reading

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