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Mipso ~ Coming Down The Mountain

  Starting off with the sound of an angel, Libby Rodenbough, singer & fiddle player for this band really soars on every song that she sings on this album. There is 1 exception & that is when she sings duet … Continue reading

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Chicago ~ Now More Than Ever – The History Of Chicago DVD

  This DVD was originally shown on TV, but, I missed it & it wasn’t available for me to see it, when I was able to sit & watch it. This is the story of Chicago from the start to … Continue reading

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Heaven & Earth ~ Hard To Kill CD & DVD Set

  This well honed machine has some serious kick@$$ in them. Take a mixture of David Coverdale (Whitesnake), Richie Kotzen (Winery Dogs), & a bit of Sammy Hagar for the sound of the vocalist, while the rest of the band … Continue reading

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Europe ~ Walk The Earth

  As Europe comes back into the 2010’s with this great album sounding more like Uriah Heep or maybe even Styx, in it’s current incarnation, yet keeping their own sound, yet renewed for the current times. The band sounds great … 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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Acting Natural EP

  Starting with the the first track titled “The One”, this album pops right off to you. This band has a great poppy feel good sound that keeps your feet dancing & your toes tapping. Songs about love are mainly … 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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