- Music Reviews
- September 17, 2021
Three Colored Wall (Tone Tree Music). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
Brawls In The Briar (Super Secret Records). Review by James Mann.
Incidental Hum (Bar/None Records). Review by James Mann.
Songs for Other People (Holidays for Quince). Review by James Mann.
Queens of the Stone Age (Rekords Rekords). Review by James Mann.
Bill Bruford, former drummer for Yes and King Crimson, chats with Carl F Gauze about the differences between rock and jazz, the recent RIAA case ruling, and his supposed retirement.
Tom Schulte, host of the Outsight Radio Hours program, takes a look back at the albums that he spun the most over the airwaves in 2006. After some quick number-crunching, the answers surprised even him!
Exposure (DMG). Review by Carl F Gauze.
King Crimson Songbook Volume One (Voice Print). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Equatorial Stars (Discipline Global Mobile). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Lyric/Suite (Accretions). Review by Eric J. Iannelli.
Ladies of the Road: Live 1971-1972 (Discipline Global Mobile). Review by Matt Cibula.
Even if only his status as one-quarter of Led Zepplin is taken into account, few could deny that John Paul Jones deserves to be revered. But more than 20 years after the end of Zep, Jones remains a vital and diverse artist. Gail Worley talks to a true musical legend.
Vrooom Vrooom (Discipline Global Mobile). Review by Bryan Tilford.
Live Encounter (First World). Review by Matt Cibula.
Review by brYan Tilford