Category Archives: 1980’s

Angeles ~ Test Of Time

  This band, from the first song, seem to want to be Van Halen. They do have some great musicianship going on between guitarist Dale Lytle on guitars, Cal Shelton on bass & Danny Basulto on drums. The main difference … Continue reading

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James Williamson And The Pink Hearts ~ Behind The Shade

  From the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee, James Williamson, from Iggy & the Stooges is back with his debut album along with Frank Meyer & Petra Haden. The first 2 songs remind me of the raw rock … Continue reading

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Static And Surrender ~ Static And Surrender

  This album starts off strongĀ  with the song “If Only We Could Sleep”, which may be my favorite song on the album, but, I’ve got to tell you, this whole album is awesome. Filled with classic rock, progressive rock, … Continue reading

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Spock’s Beard ~ Noise Floor

  Another great example of why this band is so awesome. The first time I listened to this band, it brought me to a time when I first REALLY LISTENED to YES. This album, much in the same way that … Continue reading

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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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