Tag Archives: Instrumental

Professor And The Madmen ~ Disintegrate Me

  Bringing together 4 members of different bands (The Adolescents, D.I., Mind Over Four, The Damned, Eddie & The Hot Rods, UFO, & The Mutants) you would expect a great punk album. While the first track makes you believe that, … Continue reading

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BEST OF 2017 MUSIC

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! There was so much good music that came out in 2017, so, I will give you some to give some listening to. These all came to me in 2017, so, if a 2016 release slipped … Continue reading

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Sultans of String ~ Christmas Caravan

  Just in time for the holidays comes the Sultans of String. Consisting of violins, violas, cellos, guitars, bass, percussion & drums. This band really knows how to bring out the best in Christmas. In addition to the instruments above, … Continue reading

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Yes ~ Topographic Drama

  Before I start this review, I must tell you, that I love the band YES. Like the ELO album before this album review, I don’t hear the live ambiance that I should get from a live album. To me, … Continue reading

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Alan Simon ~ Songwriter

  This album is an album of 2 different kinds of music. On disc 1 you get the world music & also symphonic music of Alan Simon & friends. Disc 1 is very relaxed & could very well be used … Continue reading

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Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius ~ Guilty Of Innocence

  This blend of Rock & Roll, Pop & a bit of Progressive Rock describes this album to a “T”.  The songs are written well, the musicians perform very well together & with this album, they are joined by guests … Continue reading

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Christen Lien ~ Elpis

  Starting with the prologue, do I hear the similarities to Jean Luc Ponty. That is a good comparison as you can get for a violin, in this case, viola. Inside the CD package comes a booklet with what each … Continue reading

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