Tag Archives: Horns

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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Con Brio ~ Explorer

  Something that came my way, that I’m not sure whether I like it or hate it. Unfortunately, it is both. The music & lyrics are fun, poppy, & catchy. The problem that I found was the drummer. Nothing in … Continue reading

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Flip Damon ~ Summer Sky

  This CD reminds me of another CD that I heard made from someone I know. The music that I heard was very good, the songwriting was also very good. The singing wasn’t bad, but, didn’t really fit with the … Continue reading

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Sheba The Mississippi Queen ~ A Real Good Woman

  This album is real hard to explain. This is a blues album, with some great musical chops, & some sweeeeet vocals. The lyrics are very simple, which is the only bad thing that I can say about this album. … Continue reading

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Paul Butterfield Live New York 1970

The Beautiful clean sound on this VINYL album is amazing. Considering it was recorded in 1970, it’s extremely amazing. Clean  sound on every instrument, and there’s plenty of musicians to get recorded here. In addition to Paul Butterfield on vocals … Continue reading

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