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King Crimson ~ In The Court Of The Crimson King 50th Anniversary Edition

  OK, this is the end of my 2019 submissions, and, what better way to go out than by bringing back this great album by King Crimson. In my opinion, their best. Featuring vocals by Greg Lake. This is a … Continue reading

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The Who ~ The Who

  OK, I’ve heard the hype. I love the band, but…this album is not the best Who album since Quadrophenia. That album was a masterpiece with the music being the high point of the Who’s career. “The Who By Numbers” … Continue reading

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7 Miles To Pittsburgh ~ Revolution On Hold

  Starting off with a great STRONG guitar riff with floating organ in the background really starts this album off right. The vocals come in strong as well. I would sort of put this as Guns N Roses with a … Continue reading

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Gregg Rolie ~Sonic Ranch

  You may not know the name, but, you definitely know the voice. This man was the lead singer for Santana & Journey, prior to Steve Perry. This man knows how to sing. This album IS Rock & Roll! Gregg … Continue reading

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Deep Purple at the Tower Theater, Upper Darby PA. October 10, 2019.

All I can really say about this show is WOW! What a great show. I’ve never really thought to see Deep Purple, but, I’ve been meaning to for the past few tours. Unfortunately, other things took priority. This time, the … 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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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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Uriah Heep ~ Living The Dream

  Uriah Heep…with that wonderful sound. Yes they’re back with their 25th release. While Bernie Shaw is no David Byron, he is the voice of Uriah Heep since 1986, and Uriah Heep still sound wonderful. Hearing Phil Lanzon on the … Continue reading

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Jordsjo ~ Jord

  Jordsjo is a symphonic progressive rock band from the netherlands. This album, while at first, threw me off with the first track, the second track brought me right back to where I belong. With a mixture of music stemming … Continue reading

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