Monthly Archives: April 2019

STAMINA – Live In The City Of Power

April 23, 2019

Rock Company 2019 Campanian quintet crown their initial run with a concert album that plays to their strengths and exposes their Achilles’ heel. With a lot of Irno water under the bridge and a 20th anniversary in sight, this band … Continue reading

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JAMES LEE STANLEY – Without Susie

April 22, 2019

Beachwood 2019 American folk polymath goes anonymous for an arresting road map of emotional trip. Although this artist has been around for forty-odd years and his early efforts saw Larry Carlton and Jim Gordon helping bring their friend’s music to … Continue reading

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Robby Krieger Writes Song For A Prince Documentary

April 21, 2019

This year should see the release of “Mr. Nelson: On The North Side” – a documentary dedicated to Prince‘s ’60s and ’70s, the film that will feature a stellar cast of the Purple One’s friends and followers, including Billy Gibbons and … Continue reading

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TANK – Re-Ignition

April 20, 2019

Deadline 2019 Heavy metal stalwarts glance at their glorious past to shine what wasn’t really patinated. It’s always a little bit pointless to be recording your old songs anew to reflect a personnel change – a concert album is a … Continue reading

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DER BLUTHARSCH – Wish I Weren’t Here

April 19, 2019

WKN 2019 Austrian ensemble embrace immaculate concentration to will their dark desires into existence. This record comes with a warning, requiring an altered state of mind from the listener eager to fathom its expanse – only the expanse is microcosmic … Continue reading

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