Category Archives: Space Music

Rosalie Cunningham ~ Rosalie Cunningham

    The guitarist for this album really likes his fuzz box, as you can hear on the opening song “Ride On My Bike” & the song that follows that one. You may know Rosalie Cunningham from the band PURSON, … Continue reading

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Nik Turner ~ The Final Frontier

  This Nik Turner album sounds just like a Hawkwind album might sound like. It has other influences in there, but, I hear a lot of Hawkwind with a bit more to it. There are 9 songs on this album, … Continue reading

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Ardours ~ Last Place On Earth

  This album didn’t really hit me with the first instrumental song, but, by the time that “Catabolic” come on with the vocals standing above the music, really changed my mind. At first, I was ready to just notch this … Continue reading

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RPWL ~ Tales From Outer Space

  Yes! A new STUDIO album from RPWL. It has been too long. This is one of those bands that really has some great progressive stuff that takes you to a new level. This album is another one. This album … Continue reading

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Consider The Source ~You Are Literally A Metaphor

  There is no doubt that this band, Consider The Source, has some talent. There are 3 members in this band. They are Gabriel Marin on Fretted/Fretless Guitar/Guitar Synth, Dombra and Balta Saz. Also, John Ferrara on Bass, Banjo Bass, … Continue reading

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Best of 2018

  A little late, but I was trying to catch up on some last minute albums. So, in no particular order… Roger Daltrey – As Long As I Have You (The best Daltrey album I’ve heard in a long time). … Continue reading

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Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats ~ Wasteland

  This band is a good mixture of T.Rex & Alice Cooper. Vocalist, organist & guitarist for Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Kevin R. Starrs sounds similar to Marc Bolan, while the musicianship is so very good, & has a … Continue reading

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