Category Archives: 1970’s

Nazareth ~ Surviving The Law

For those of you who are fans of Nazareth, this may not be the album for you. This is not a bad album, but, it doesn’t quite sound like the Nazareth of old. The music is really good, as are … Continue reading

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Richard X. Heyman ~ 67,000 Miles An Album

I’m still amazed that a man, who was a drummer for a punk band writes so many great pop songs, with good lyrics, great musicianship & harmonies. Richard is a multi instrumentalist as he plays drums, vocals, guitars, bass, piano, … Continue reading

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Marvel ~ Graces Came With Malice

With a title with “Graces Came With Malice”, I would expect a much harder sound than what I had heard. What I had heard was a good band with good melodies & a sound that made me really like what … Continue reading

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Harlequins ~ Time

As the album starts, it just sort of drifts on & on & on. As the album goes on, the songs start to form a cohesiveness, that gets better. This is not a great album. It is not a bad … Continue reading

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Hydra ~ Point Break

A wonderful progressive rock album that should be heard. There are moments of bands like Lana Lane, Toto & others. The men behind this are Daniel Flores and are taken from the songs of Henrik Hedstrom. There is some great … Continue reading

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Yes Concert at the Keswick Theater in Glenside PA. Oct 08, 2022

I’ve been listening to YES since the YES ALBUM in 1971. I’ve also seen many YES concerts since then as well. This concert was much better than quite a few that I’ve seen in the past few years. Steve Howe … Continue reading

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Prog Collective ~ Songs We Were Taught

This is a nice collection of cover songs done by many different Progressive rock musicians. Starting off with Jon Davison with Geoff Downes both of Yes, covering Simon & Garfunkle’s “The Sound Of Silence”. Next up is Billy Sherwood & … Continue reading

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Motihari Brigade ~ Algorithm & Blues

I’ve been asking for a long time to hear something new in music…finally it is here with this album. It has an alternative pop feel, but, much better. Good music, good vocals & all around fun in 13 songs. There … Continue reading

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Styx in Camden August 13, 2022, with REO Speedwagon & Loverboy

Before I start this, I can tell you before I heard any of these bands play, that STYX was going to be the band that was going to wow the crowd. I wasn’t wrong. Loverboy started the night off with … Continue reading

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Skunk Baxter ~ Speed Of Heat

Skunk Baxter, if you don’t already know, is one of the great guitar players of our time. He played with Steely Dan, as a founding member, where he appeared on such great albums as “Can’t Buy A Thrill”, “Countdown To … Continue reading

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