Tag Archives: Electric Guitar

Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown ~ Truth + Lies

  Very hard rock band Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown really know how to put out some good music. The vocals aren’t always great but they work for this band which uses a lot of distortion. The songwriting is strong … Continue reading

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Aeon Zen ~Inveritas

  The new album from Aeon Zen starts off strongly with a strong guitar presence. Everything is right where it needs to be for a great progressive rock album. On “Rebel Theory” the bass tries to come off strong, but, … Continue reading

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The Who at Citizen’s Bank Park May 25, 2019

          The home of the Philadelphia Phillies brought The Who to their home on this night. I don’t know if this is going to be the last WHO show (I hope not), but this was not … Continue reading

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Girls On Grass ~ Dirty Power

  This album by GIRLS ON GRASS is really good. The GIRLS ON GRASS are actually only 50% girls. The band consists of Barbara Endes on vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar & 12 string guitar, Nancy Polstein on drums & … Continue reading

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Martin Barre ~ Road Less Travelled

  The great Jethro Tull guitar player puts out another solo gem with this album. You can certainly hear that Martin Barre was a main contributor of the Jethro Tull sound on this album. The songwriting is similar on some … Continue reading

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The Unity ~ Rise

  This group on their sophomore album, could possibly be the next Van Halen. They don’t have the same guitar licks as Eddie, but, the Pop / Rock is certainly there. The singing works as does the band. I would … Continue reading

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Peter Banks ~ The Self Contained Trilogy

  A new (in 1993) compilation from Peter Banks, former member of YES, using just an Ibanez electric guitar. This has bits of Prog Rock, a bit of jazz, & even new-age. Peter deliberately did not write any vocals for … Continue reading

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