Category Archives: 1970’s

Foreigner ~ I Want To Know What Love Is (New Recording with Shriners Hospitals)

There is a new live Foreigner album coming out on February 15th, but, better yet, they teamed up with the kids from Shriners Hospitals & remade this song which can be heard here… https://open.spotify.com/album/1ygUhKPNvdnPvpoQslO42Q    on Spotify, which can be purchased … Continue reading

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Martin Barre ~ Road Less Travelled

  The great Jethro Tull guitar player puts out another solo gem with this album. You can certainly hear that Martin Barre was a main contributor of the Jethro Tull sound on this album. The songwriting is similar on some … Continue reading

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The Unity ~ Rise

  This group on their sophomore album, could possibly be the next Van Halen. They don’t have the same guitar licks as Eddie, but, the Pop / Rock is certainly there. The singing works as does the band. I would … Continue reading

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Let’s Have A Rockin’ Christmas Vol. 3

  Another fine bunch of gems from Bongo Boy Records. Taking traditional Christmas  songs to start off the album. Doug Ferony does a fine job on “Jingle Bells” in a swing type manner. Next up is an upbeat “The Christmas … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ A Life In YES: A Tribute To Chris Squire

  How can you say anything negative about YES? You can’t. ‘Nuff said. Now, let’s get on with this review. 12 songs are on this tribute to one of the great bass players of all time…Chris Squire. The first song … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ Bongo Boy Records Volume XV

  The more I hear from this label, the more that I like. Volume XV doesn’t have a genre, it really goes all over the place. From Pop to R & B to Country to Rock & everything in between. … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ Pure Fire – A Tribute To Kiss

  If I haven’t told you before, I’ll tell you now, I’m NOT a KISS fan. However, this album DOES have some very good moments. One of those is the song “Love Gun” done by TOMMY SHAW (Styx), Steve Lukather … Continue reading

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