Category Archives: 1960’s

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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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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Peter Banks with David Cross ~ Crossover

  This was an album that originally started back in 2010. Unfortunately guitarist Peter Banks died in 2013. David Cross felt unable to continue with this project. 10 years later, we finally see the album take place with guest stars. … Continue reading

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The BEST of 2019

  OK. Hopefully, I’ll get them all, but, I’m sure that I’ll miss a few. Here is my list, in no particular order. The Who – The Who, – The first NEW Who album in over a decade. It’s not … Continue reading

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King Crimson ~ In The Court Of The Crimson King 50th Anniversary Edition

  OK, this is the end of my 2019 submissions, and, what better way to go out than by bringing back this great album by King Crimson. In my opinion, their best. Featuring vocals by Greg Lake. This is a … Continue reading

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The Who ~ The Who

  OK, I’ve heard the hype. I love the band, but…this album is not the best Who album since Quadrophenia. That album was a masterpiece with the music being the high point of the Who’s career. “The Who By Numbers” … Continue reading

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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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