Monthly Archives: March 2019

Martin Barre To Release A Live Album

March 26, 2019

One of the humblest masters of the six-string trade, has never tried to come from under the shadow of JETHRO TULL – not only because it would be impossible but also because his contribution to the band’s overall sound was … Continue reading

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Glenn Hughes Continues A Bootleg Series

March 25, 2019

For what it’s worth, is well represented on a bootleg front, although it’ll take a true aficionado to sift through the veteran’s concert recordings to find the defining ones in terms of material. Fortunately, there are genuine connoisseurs who can … Continue reading

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SHUMAUN – One Day Closer To Yesterday

March 24, 2019

Shumaun 2019 Virginian foursome go for progressive grandeur on their second offering which reaches out for infinity. Perhaps, it’s the diversity of their DNA that feeds this ensemble’s music; perhaps, it’s unified vision that they share. Whatever it is, the … Continue reading

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PROCOL HARUM Return To Barricades

March 23, 2019

Alternately hard-edged and erotic, 1971’s “Broken Barricades” may have provided a striking contrast to “Home” that preceded it, but saw no logic in following their own templates, and without this sybaritic album there wouldn’t be “Grand Hotel” and other orchestral … Continue reading

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PAUL BRETT – Songs From The Compleat Angler

March 22, 2019

Paul Brett 2009 Calm, quiet and innocent: an old-time manual on pastoral existence brought to life by British guitarist. Since 1653, when it was first published, “The Compleat Angler” has been out of print only once – only the Bible … Continue reading

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