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Legends Play The Beatles by Various Artists

How can you say anything bad about any Beatles songs. Some of these songs are exact representations, others are quite a bit different. If you listen to this album, I believe that you’ll be happy. Each of these artists does … Continue reading

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Badfinger ~ No Matter What – Revisitations The Hits

Badfinger was so good in the 1960s, that the Beatles put them on their Apple label. They were the only band, besides the Beatles that were on that label. This album features a bunch of Badfinger hits with guest stars … Continue reading

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The Doughboys ~ Running For Covers

  The doughboys are covering some great songs on this album. The band is tight, the vocals are really good & the songs picked are perfect for for Gar’s range. Starting off strong with 96 tears, then going into a … Continue reading

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Oz Noy’s Booga Looga Loo

  Jazz is something you’re going to either love or just not care about. I like jazz. This is something new for Oz Noy as he is usually a heavy shred kind of guitar player. He decided to put out … Continue reading

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Rick & Jenda Derringer Do The Beatles

    Rick Derringer, being one of my all time great performers does OK with this release. Most of the singing is done by Jenda with Rick in the background. Rick does sing lead on a few, but, mostly it’s … 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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