Category Archives: 1980’s

Light Freedom Revival ~ Truthonomy

  I have mixed emotions about this album. I am a big progressive rock fan & I have always liked the work of both Billy Sherwood & Oliver Wakeman, but, I’m not sure that this album flows for me. The … Continue reading

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Ike Reilly ~ Crooked Love

  Ike Reilly starts off his new album called “Crooked Love” with a song titled “Living In The Wrong Time”, which has a Bob Dylan sound to it. As he goes through the album you hear songs about sex, love, … Continue reading

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Steve ‘n’ Seagulls ~ Grainsville

  The third release from Finland’s Steve ‘n’ Seagulls puts a new spin on classic rock & roll classics as well as a few original tracks. The spin is turning these classics into bluegrass versions instead of rock versions. The … Continue reading

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Uriah Heep ~ Living The Dream

  Uriah Heep…with that wonderful sound. Yes they’re back with their 25th release. While Bernie Shaw is no David Byron, he is the voice of Uriah Heep since 1986, and Uriah Heep still sound wonderful. Hearing Phil Lanzon on the … Continue reading

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Keith Emerson & Robert Berry 3.2 ~ The Rules Have Changed

  This album was to be both a tribute to Keith Emerson & a follow up to the album To The Power Of Three by Emerson, Berry, & Palmer, otherwise known as 3. This album certainly does continue that wonderful … Continue reading

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Aisles ~ Live From Estudio Del Sur EP

  This band is HOT! REALLY HOT! Their past albums were great. This EP which shows the new concept of the band playing previous songs from their history. Included are “Clouds Motion”, which is their first song that they recorded, … Continue reading

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The Aaron Clift Experiment ~ If All Goes Wrong

  This album starts off strong…very strong. Big drums start off the first song “Faith”, which, at first listen, I didn’t like the vocals, but, upon second listen, found myself feeling that the voice does work. There are moments, when … Continue reading

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