Tag Archives: Piano

Dave Brubeck Trio ~ Live From Vienna 1967

Jazz fans will delight with this live concert from 1967. Every instrument can be heard perfectly, as it should. The drums, bass & piano sound perfect together. This concert features Dave Brubeck on piano, Joe Morello on drums & Eugene … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ Bongo Boy Homestead Volume 5

Once again, Bongo Boy makes another compilation of mostly singer songwriter songs. from many artists. Some are better than others, but all have great production on their songs. There are 20 sons on 2 CD’s. The bands are E.G. Holmes, … Continue reading

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Marco Mattei ~ Out Of Control

This Italian guitarist starts off his album “Out Of Control” with a brilliant song titled “Would I Be Me”. This song has a great feeling from the first time you hear it. This could be the first single. Very nice … Continue reading

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Tony Kaye ~ End Of Innocense

To me, this album by progressive keyboardist Tony Kaye, once a major player in the band YES & Circa. This album, reminds me of a soundtrack album. It was actually a soundtrack of the corona virus from 2020 to current … Continue reading

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Greg Antista And The Lonely Streets ~ Under The Neon Heat

This sophomore album from Greg Antista And The Lonely Streets seems to be relying on Greg’s roots in punk. Although the punk movement may be in the band’s soul, the music seems to resemble classic rock even more. The music … Continue reading

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Tony Cantisano ~ Enliven

This guitar player sure can play. This reminded me quite a bit of Jeff Beck, but, not as clean or soulful. While he doesn’t have the soul of Jeff Beck, he has the moves of a great guitar player. At … Continue reading

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Dr. John ~ Gumbo Blues

Another great album from Dr. John. Other than some hits that I heard growing up, I’ve never really listened to Dr. John. When he made his come-back, I listened to that album, which I really enjoyed. That was sometime around … Continue reading

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Firefall ~ Comet

Firefall is back with a brand new album. Their first since 2007, which was a Beatles tribute. Their first with new Firefall music since 1994. This band is spectacular to listen to. I grew listening to their hits, but now … Continue reading

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Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band ~ Letter To You

This is the first album that Bruce did with the E Street Band, since 2014, when he put out “High Hopes”. As Bruce & the band get a little older, the music seems to be getting more mellow. This does … Continue reading

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Cafe La Rouge with Steve Hunter ~ Covered With Love

  Steve Hunter, who has played guitar for Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper & Tracy Chapman, just to name a few. This is quite different than what I had expected. This was mostly a jazz EP.  Tony Levin, one … Continue reading

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