Tag Archives: Soft Music

Richard X. Heyman ~ 67,000 Miles An Album

I’m still amazed that a man, who was a drummer for a punk band writes so many great pop songs, with good lyrics, great musicianship & harmonies. Richard is a multi instrumentalist as he plays drums, vocals, guitars, bass, piano, … Continue reading

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Marvel ~ Graces Came With Malice

With a title with “Graces Came With Malice”, I would expect a much harder sound than what I had heard. What I had heard was a good band with good melodies & a sound that made me really like what … Continue reading

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Prog Collective ~ Songs We Were Taught

This is a nice collection of cover songs done by many different Progressive rock musicians. Starting off with Jon Davison with Geoff Downes both of Yes, covering Simon & Garfunkle’s “The Sound Of Silence”. Next up is Billy Sherwood & … Continue reading

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Virgil & Steve Howe ~ Lunar Mist

This is a very nice light hearted album. Virgil Howe, son of Steve howe has unfortunately passed away in 2017. As you listen to this album, you can hear the 2 of them speaking to the listeners through their instruments. … Continue reading

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Motihari Brigade ~ Algorithm & Blues

I’ve been asking for a long time to hear something new in music…finally it is here with this album. It has an alternative pop feel, but, much better. Good music, good vocals & all around fun in 13 songs. There … Continue reading

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Styx in Camden August 13, 2022, with REO Speedwagon & Loverboy

Before I start this, I can tell you before I heard any of these bands play, that STYX was going to be the band that was going to wow the crowd. I wasn’t wrong. Loverboy started the night off with … Continue reading

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Linda Gail Lewis ~ Early Sides 1963 – 1973

Linda Gail Lewis, sister of Jerry Lee Lewis, sure has some great pipes on her. The music goes from early rockabilly to country to rock. Jerry Lee Lewis is on 2 of the songs. This album was fun to listen … Continue reading

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Capricorn ~ For The Restless

10 wonderful songs on this album. The first song titled “The Searcher”, also the first single, reminded me of Jackson Browne’s “Running On Empty” album. As the album continued, that feeling continued. Since “Running On Empty” is one of Jackson … Continue reading

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Kamikaze ~ 10 Years In The Slums EP Hell In The Club

This EP starts off strong. It continues to go strong for the next 3 songs. The last song “In Your Eyes 2021” is the softest song on the EP, which finishes off the EP. There are 2 cover songs. one … Continue reading

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Starchaser ~ Starchaser

After listening to this album, I felt as if something was missing. The music was good enough. The vocals were good enough. It just pretty much sounded like everything else out there. Until I heard “I’ll Find A Way”, was … Continue reading

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