- Music Reviews
- June 11, 2021
Body of Work (1990-1995) (Don Giovanni ). Review by Scott Adams.
Women’s liberation told through the big hits of the 20th Century.
Another stunning chanteuse sings her life story.
A young music agent struggles with his hot talent and his fiery fiancé as he seeks success in the business of rock and roll.
Notes and quotes on the fifth day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Notes and quotes on the fourth day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Notes and quotes on the third day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Notes and quotes on the second day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Notes and quotes on the first regular day of 2018 Orlando Fringe Festival.
Perlas (Fire Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Get ready for Florida’s three-day music festival featuring Allman Brothers, Widespread Panic, and more!
Take a trip back to Seattle’s musical heydey with Michael Lavine, who brings us all manner of visual treasure with Grunge.
In author Pete Blecha’s new examination of the gnarled roots of Seattle rock music, he posits that it all started with the slurred words “Louie Louie.” Scott Adams obviously approves.
Arne Johnson and Karen Macklin lure young women away from the sofa and to the drawing board. Andrew Coulon thinks the time is ripe.
David Whited shares what he learned from Ian MacDonald’s seminal look at 1960s Beatles’ songs and their influence on American culture.
The Ideal Home Music Library (Hush). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Music From The Motion Picture (Sony Music Soundtrax). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Steve Stav goes girl-crazy in his review of a movie that’s sure to turn up the temperature on summer. Farrah who?
One By One (RCA). Review by Chad Perman.
Rock stars say the darndest things, and John D. Luerssen has collected a sampling of the darndest of them all in his new book, Mouthing Off. Julio Diaz has some comments of his own.