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Ruphus ~ New Born Day, & Ranshart

  Considering that I consider myself a prog guy, I’ve never heard of this great progressive rock band before. Now that I have, I can’t wait to hear more. These albums are originally done in 1973, & 1974 & have … Continue reading

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L.A. Guns ~ The Devil You Know

  L.A. Guns is back with a new album after a year and a half. The Missing Piece was the last album, which did very well. They wanted to continue with this new formula of MORE METAL.  Tracii Guns on … Continue reading

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John Diva & The Rockets of Love ~ Mama Said Rock Is Dead

  The title of this album is wrong. Rock is not dead, when you listen to this album. Put Bon Jovi together with Van Halen and you get the Rockets of Love. Songs like “Long Legs” & “Get It On” … Continue reading

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Todd Rundgren’s Utopia Live At The Chicago Theatre

  Back in 1979, this band released the album “Adventures In Utopia”. I really loved this album. Mixing Prog with rock & a bit of pop. This live album brings that charm right back. There was a bunch of Utopia … Continue reading

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Girls On Grass ~ Dirty Power

  This album by GIRLS ON GRASS is really good. The GIRLS ON GRASS are actually only 50% girls. The band consists of Barbara Endes on vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar & 12 string guitar, Nancy Polstein on drums & … Continue reading

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Suzi Quatro ~ No Control

  A new album from Suzi Quatro? A classic star from the 1970’s, who has been absent from the music world during the late 1980’s & came back in the 1990’s. She also played Leather Tuscadero as an actress on … Continue reading

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Best of 2018

  A little late, but I was trying to catch up on some last minute albums. So, in no particular order… Roger Daltrey – As Long As I Have You (The best Daltrey album I’ve heard in a long time). … Continue reading

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