Category Archives: 1960’s

3.2 with Robert Berry Live at the Sellersville Theater, PA.

  This show really made the start of my week. The music of a bunch of bands that Robert Berry had a part in, including 3 (Keith Emerson, Robert Berry & Carl Palmer) who put out 1 album back in … Continue reading

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Deep Purple at the Tower Theater, Upper Darby PA. October 10, 2019.

All I can really say about this show is WOW! What a great show. I’ve never really thought to see Deep Purple, but, I’ve been meaning to for the past few tours. Unfortunately, other things took priority. This time, the … Continue reading

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Steve Hackett Live at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside PA. September 28, 2019

  One of the great guitar players in progressive rock played at the Keswick Theatre, in Glenside PA on Saturday, September 28, 2019. For those of you who don’t know, Steve Hackett is of course, the original guitarist of Genesis, … Continue reading

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Rosalie Cunningham ~ Rosalie Cunningham

    The guitarist for this album really likes his fuzz box, as you can hear on the opening song “Ride On My Bike” & the song that follows that one. You may know Rosalie Cunningham from the band PURSON, … Continue reading

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Lucy In Blue ~ In Flight

  The psychedelic progressive rockers come from Iceland. This album took me back to the 1960’s with a good feeling of great music. It seems like a mixture  of Porcupine Tree & possibly some alternative rock thrown in for good … Continue reading

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Mitch Ryder ~ Detroit Breakout!

  A new album from Mitch Ryder? Wow! This is a covers album, which includes his own “Devil With A Blue Dress”. The band is good, but, better with the older songs from Mitch’s era. He does a good version … 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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