Tag Archives: Guitar

Steve Rodgers ~ Head Up High

  This album reminded me a lot of solo Paul Rodgers. The vocals were almost right there & the songwriting was similar. While the first song starts off in the classic rock category, the second song goes more in the … Continue reading

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Simulated Sun

  Another EP for this review. This one is more in the Rock & Roll lineup. The first song “Castles” draws you right in with some great guitar work. The vocals are in good form. “The Emergence” is more of … Continue reading

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Jordan Whitmore ~ Good Things

  This short album (EP) consists of 6 songs, none of them are longer than 4 minutes. The first 4 songs didn’t really move me, but, then the title track “Good Things” came on & I was instantly drawn in. … Continue reading

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Mitch Ryder ~ Detroit Breakout!

  A new album from Mitch Ryder? Wow! This is a covers album, which includes his own “Devil With A Blue Dress”. The band is good, but, better with the older songs from Mitch’s era. He does a good version … Continue reading

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Whitesnake ~ Flesh & Blood

  Whitesnake is back! The new album Flesh & Blood sounds similar to past albums of Whitesnake. The music is tight. The guitar playing is still the treat that you want to hear, just like you did back in the … Continue reading

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Richard X. Heyman ~ Pop Circles

  I’ve heard many albums from Richard X. Heyman, drummer for the Doughboys & let me tell you, this is the best album that he’s done. Everything is perfect. The songwriting is top-notch, the music is wonderful & the production … Continue reading

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The Hollywood Stars ~ Sound City

  There was some real nice guitar on this album, so, if you’re a guitar fan, you’ll probably really like this album. The harmonies were real nice as well. The lead vocals weren’t great…but, they fit the band really well. … Continue reading

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