Category Archives: Bruce Springsteen

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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Iron City Houserockers ~ Have A Good Time (But Get Out Alive)

  This album, which was originally recorded in 1977, has finally reared it’s head. This album reminded me very much of Thin Lizzy, but they do use piano, where Thin Lizzy doesn’t. It’s not the best album that I’ve heard, … Continue reading

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Gary Douglas Band ~ Deep In The Water

  This glorious CD gave me a nice variety of music, all in 1 CD. Starting off with a nice Country type rock song, starting with a pop rock sound. This band could be the next Bruce Springsteen & The … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ A Life In YES: A Tribute To Chris Squire

  How can you say anything negative about YES? You can’t. ‘Nuff said. Now, let’s get on with this review. 12 songs are on this tribute to one of the great bass players of all time…Chris Squire. The first song … Continue reading

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