Category Archives: 1980’s

Flav Martin & Jerry Marotta ~ Soul Redemption

  These 2 fine musicians got together to make 1 fantastic album. Flav Martin, who has worked with David Crosby, Al Stewart & Suzanne Vega, just to name a few, makes such beautiful sounds with his instrument, you may forget … Continue reading

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Tempest ~ Thirty Little Turns

  This is the 2nd album that I’ve heard from Tempest & while I’m not a fan of most of Lief Sorbye’s vocals, the musicianship is enough for me to get over this hurdle. Along with guitar, bass & drums, … Continue reading

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Cody Carpenter’s Interdependence

  This wonderful piece of music is something that you HAVE TO HEAR! This is a fine example of progressive rock mixing with jazz & fusion. While Cody Carpenter doing his great playing on keyboards (& guitars), you get Jimmy … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ Backroom Blues Volume Six

  Another fine compilation from Bongo Boy Records brings you the blues, in fine form. What can I say, that I haven’t said about previous volumes. Great sound, great production, great blues. Best tracks to listen to are “HOT BLOODED … Continue reading

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Beasto Blanco Live From Berlin

  It’s amazing how close this album sounds like a later Alice Cooper show. This band does feature the bass player from Alice Cooper. The guitars are not quite there, but, at a live Alice show, it would always sound … Continue reading

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Jason Heath And The Greedy Souls ~ But There’s Nowhere To Go

  This album mixes rock with pop making a nice blend of music to listen to. There is almost an analog sound when I listen to this album, but I can hear some digital stuff in there. There is no … Continue reading

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Neal Morse ~ Life & Times

  This is an entirely different take on what Neal Morse usually does on his albums. This is sort of an acoustic album. There are no bombastic drums, no flowing keyboards, no wailing guitars. What you do get, are fantastic … Continue reading

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