Tag Archives: Electric Guitar

Laura Meade ~ The Most Dangerous Woman In America

What I really liked about this album, is the analog sound of the instruments. Specifically, the keyboards. They come across as very simple & easy. It is very fresh. There are 2 keyboardists on this album. One is Laura Meade, … Continue reading

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Tommy Bolin ~ Shake The Devil – The Lost Sessions

I know, I know, Tommy Bolin is a legend. He put a lot of fun & difference in the 1970’s, playing with the James Gang, Deep Purple & Zephyr. He may have been a great guitarist, but, sometimes, it just … Continue reading

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Firefall ~ Comet

Firefall is back with a brand new album. Their first since 2007, which was a Beatles tribute. Their first with new Firefall music since 1994. This band is spectacular to listen to. I grew listening to their hits, but now … Continue reading

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River Cult ~ Chilling Effect

  Another band with that live garage band sound, that has that vintage classic sound. The distortion is turned up high, the drums are right in your face & the bass is doing what bass is supposed to be doing…keeping … Continue reading

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Pushy ~ Hard Wish

  This hard rock with a classic vibe band has just come out with their debut album. I do love the classic feel of it. It has that 1970’s distortion sound, at at times, even a wah-wah pedal. “Black Top” … 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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Biff Byford ~ School Of Hard Knocks

  This album from Biff Byford is plain old fun Rock, with that heavier sound. Of course, it’s heavy. What would you expect from the front man of 1980’s rock band Saxon? A good rockin’ band with vocals that are … Continue reading

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Pure Reason Revalution ~ Eupnea

  This one took me by surprise, not in a way that you may think. Most things on the Inside Out label are usually the finest in progressive rock. In this case, it was just OK. There are 6 songs … Continue reading

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Simrit ~ When We Return

  This album by Simrit, although it supposed to be upbeat, I find it to be relaxing. I would put this in the catagory of new age. The vocals as well as the music is very soothing. I would give … Continue reading

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Admiral Sir Claudesley Shovell ~ Very Unlikely Times

  I really like the music behind this band. The voice, not so much. It’s not that its bad, it just doesn’t quite fit. There are moments, when there are harmonies, at these times, the vocals do work. The band … Continue reading

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