Category Archives: 1990’s

Allman Brothers Band Live At The Warner Theatre, Erie PA. July 19, 2005

If you’re a fan of the Allman Brothers Band, or jam bands, you will love this. The one thing this band can do is play. The good thing is, no 2 shows are alike. According to the band, this IS … Continue reading

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Tangent ~ Auto Reconnaissance

  I am a big fan of the Tangent. This album did let me down a bit. It was mostly the song where Andy has a conversation throughout the song. The music in the background is very well done, as … Continue reading

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David Sancious ~ Eyes Wide Open

This beautifully put together album is a wonderful thing to hear as you can hear the real way David Sancious would really want to play. This NJ native use to play with the original E Street Band, for the first … Continue reading

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Joe Louis Walker ~ Blues Comin’ On

  Blues fans are going to love this. There are different versions of blues all over this album. This album has it all. Fast, slow, hard, soft, etc. Usually when I hear a blues album, most of the album feels … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ Street Survivors Movie Soundtrack

  Now, this was completely NOT what I expected. It is the music that goes along with the movie, but only 1 song is a Lynyrd Skynyrd one. The one song was “Call Me The Breeze” by Pat Travers. All … Continue reading

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Shaman Elephant ~ Wide Awake But Still Asleep

  Another album in the hard rock follows my last review. This is not thrash metal, it is more melodic in nature, but, the musicians all stand out on the album. The drummer really stands out even more than the … Continue reading

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David Haerle ~ Death Valley

  This album has thing that I love about it & things that I don’t love about it. Things that I really liked was that there was a variety of different genres on one album. This was great. You have … Continue reading

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Dennis DeYoung ~ 26 East Volume 1

  Dennis DeYoung has not put out much since he left Styx, but, let me tell you, this is the best album that I’ve heard from Dennis. I’ve always liked the songs that Dennis had written with Styx, but, usually … Continue reading

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Alan Davey ~4 Track Mind Boxset

  Hawkwind fans unite, as bassist Alan Davey brings you a slew of demos & stuff that really feels like Hawkwind, but, sometimes a bit cleaner. I liked the cleaner parts that I had heard. I liked them sometimes better … Continue reading

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Jonell Mosser With John Hall ~ Little Black Dress

  This singer songwriter has a very beatiful voice, while John Hall on the guitar is a very talented acoustic & electric guitar player. Very musical and the stories flow from Jonell like honey from a bee-hive. This music came … Continue reading

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