Tag Archives: Great Music

Richard X. Heyman ~ 67,000 Miles An Album

I’m still amazed that a man, who was a drummer for a punk band writes so many great pop songs, with good lyrics, great musicianship & harmonies. Richard is a multi instrumentalist as he plays drums, vocals, guitars, bass, piano, … Continue reading

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Hydra ~ Point Break

A wonderful progressive rock album that should be heard. There are moments of bands like Lana Lane, Toto & others. The men behind this are Daniel Flores and are taken from the songs of Henrik Hedstrom. There is some great … Continue reading

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Yes Concert at the Keswick Theater in Glenside PA. Oct 08, 2022

I’ve been listening to YES since the YES ALBUM in 1971. I’ve also seen many YES concerts since then as well. This concert was much better than quite a few that I’ve seen in the past few years. Steve Howe … Continue reading

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Ryo Okumoto ~ The Myth Of The Mostrophus

Not only is Ryo Okumoto one of the great progressive rock keyboardist, that makes Spock’s Beard one of the greats that they are, but, there are a ton of guest stars on this album as well. These would include Steve … Continue reading

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Motihari Brigade ~ Algorithm & Blues

I’ve been asking for a long time to hear something new in music…finally it is here with this album. It has an alternative pop feel, but, much better. Good music, good vocals & all around fun in 13 songs. There … Continue reading

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Art Griffin’s Sound Chaser ~ The Seven Ages Of Starlight

Another album which took groundme by surprise. This is an album that you have to really listen to. This is fully instrumental, with some great guitar work, keyboard work, & the great violin work. A guitarist from Canada, named Kelly … Continue reading

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Styx in Camden August 13, 2022, with REO Speedwagon & Loverboy

Before I start this, I can tell you before I heard any of these bands play, that STYX was going to be the band that was going to wow the crowd. I wasn’t wrong. Loverboy started the night off with … Continue reading

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Capricorn ~ For The Restless

10 wonderful songs on this album. The first song titled “The Searcher”, also the first single, reminded me of Jackson Browne’s “Running On Empty” album. As the album continued, that feeling continued. Since “Running On Empty” is one of Jackson … Continue reading

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Rick Wakeman ~ Myths & Legends Of Rick Wakeman

The first 2 songs on this massive 4 CD boxset seems to be Journey To The Center Of The Earth. I’m not sure if this was a new recording of this or the original from the album. The boxset is … Continue reading

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Lickerish Quartet ~ Threesome Vol 3 EP

A beautiful surprise to my ears. Beautiful music, beautiful vocals and harmonies. There was only 4 songs, but, I wish there were more. I love this! If you have a chance to listen to this, DO IT! There are 3 … Continue reading

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