Monthly Archives: April 2019

Mike McGear’s Eponymous Album Gets Expanded

April 18, 2019

Even though Mike McGear never wanted to be accused of riding his older brother, ‘s coattails – that’s why he adopted a pseudonym – when it came to recording a follow-up record to his , the two decided to work … Continue reading

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CARE OF THE COW – Dogs’ Ears Are Stupid

April 17, 2019

Fame & Fortune 1983 / Mental Experience 2019 Sublime stylistic inconsistency from Chicago trio who tried to push all the buttons – and succeeded, once the buttons were gone. “I Still Don’t Know Your Style”: the title of this trio’s … Continue reading

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Simon Phillips Boxes Up His “Protocol”

April 17, 2019

In all fairness, Simon Phillips‘s project PROTOCOL must be talked about in the same reverential tone as THE TONY WILLIAMS LIFETIME or BUDDY MILES EXPRESS, yet it’s a sign of our times that genuine originator doesn’t often gets his due. … Continue reading

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Mitch Ryder Covers Soul Classics In Heavy Company

April 16, 2019

Some people take their time nowadays to deliver a new record, yet it didn’t take Mitch Ryder too long to follow his Yuletide album with another set of covers. If that seems pretty much old-school, this is what one must … Continue reading

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RADIUS FUNK – Cinematic

April 15, 2019

Radius Funk 2016 Liberal Bay Area band unfold picturesque vistas to let the listener’s imagination fly on. Volatility might be this collective’s other name – only their colors never shift for the worse, at least when the group step out … Continue reading

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