- Music Reviews
- March 22, 2017
French Pictures in London (Smog Veil). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Doyle Bramhall II gives Clearwater the blues, and Michelle Wilson loved it!
Phil Hall takes us down the musty path of missing films and lets us know what the world is missing.
One of progressive rock’s figureheads has died. Gail Worley remembers Keith Emerson.
While his polyester-clad contemporaries were cheering Thatcher and Reagan, Sir George Martin was producing Ultravox. Steve Stav remembers the legendary producer.
Play This Intimately (As If Among Friends) (Omnivore Recordings). Review by James Mann.
Remembering When Cambodia Rocked (Dust to Digital). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
He heard I Want to Hold Your Hand before George and Ringo did – and went on to become one of modern popular music’s genuine giants. Singer/guitarist/producer/manager Peter Asher discusses invading the States with Steve Stav.
Worthy (Cherry Hill Records). Review by James Mann.
Big Star lives in this 1994 reunion concert.
Country Funk II: 1967-1974 (Light In The Attic Records). Review by James Mann.
Anything’s Possible Review by Michelle Wilson.
CSNY 1974 (CSNY Recordings, Rhino ). Review by James Mann.
Enjoy the Science: Tribute to Depeche Mode (). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Poor Boy (M.C. Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Turn Out the Light, Turn on the Stereo. Review by Michelle Wilson.
Hendra (Unmade Road). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Celebrate (Wind-up Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Buck ‘Em! The Music of Buck Owens (1955-1967) (Omnivore Recordings). Review by James Mann.
The legendary REO Speedwagon joined forces with Cheap Trick’s Robin Zander to converge on Melbourne, FL’s King Center and deliver a true blue rock and roll spectacle of epic proportions.
Going Underground: Paul McCartney, The Beatles and The UK Counter-Culture charts the beginning of the underground in London that gave rise to Pink Floyd, The Soft Machine, and Revolver.James Mann “turns on, tunes in, and drops out,” and says “it’s all groovy!”