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Alan Parsons ~ The Neverending Show Live In The Netherlands

Alan Parsons is a very talented man. Not only did he MAKE the albums “Abbey Road” from the Beatles, “Dark Side Of The Moon” from Pink Floyd & Ambrosia’s debut album, he also did some great albums of his own. … Continue reading

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Judy Collins ~ White Bird

This is the first time that I’ve ever really listened to Judy Collins. Of course, I’ve heard the hit “Both Sides Now” which was a big hit for her, but, never really heard other music from her. This album, which … Continue reading

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The Immediate Family

What do you get when you take 5 great studio musicians, put them all together, to put out an album. One phenomenal album. On guitars you have Danny “Kootch” Kortchmar, Waddy Wachtel & Steve Postell. On bass you have Leland … Continue reading

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Issa ~ Queen Of The Broken Hearts

While I’m not always a fan of female vocals (yes, there are quite a few exceptions), Issa has some female vocals that soar. Not only does her vocals work really well for me, the rest of this band cooks. Even … Continue reading

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Ivy Gold ~ Six Dusty Winds

This album makes me want to like it, but, the vocals weren’t for me. The band was on point, everything on that end was smooth. Don’t get me wrong, the vocals weren’t bad. They just didn’t seem normal. Almost forced. … Continue reading

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MC Roads ~ No Nostalgia EP

Mike Cross, the original guitarist for Sponge is the lead vocalist & guitarist for his new band MC Roads. I was not a fan of the band Sponge. After listening to this EP, I find I’m not much of a … 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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Alice Coltrane ~ Kirtan Turiya Sings

A bunch of people who are into jazz, seem to buzz about this album. After listening to this, I cannot agree. I didn’t like it at all. This seems to be a religious album featuring the voice of Alice Coltrane … Continue reading

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Backroom Blues Volume 10 by various artists

OK, another fine compilation from Bongo Boy Records. I like most of the songs on this album. The production is excellent. The only problem that I had with this record is that some of the songs, even though they were … Continue reading

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Zero Times Everything ~ Sound Of Music

This album titled “Sound Of Music” is far from it. This album is mostly an album of sound landscapes. There is quite a bit of experimentation on these 2 discs, but, not a lot of music. There is some structure, … Continue reading

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