Monthly Archives: February 2020

JACOPO PAUSA – The Truth

February 12, 2020

Jacopo Pausa 2019 Brescian artist brings on a tight-but-loose debut album to flesh out observations in vibrant sound. Hailing from Lombardy, Jacopo Pausa might be expected to demonstrate a certain reserve – as opposed to overall Italian expressiveness – yet … Continue reading

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Judy Dyble Releases A Chamber Live Album

February 10, 2020

is a national treasure, her ballads – especially those that comprise the artist’s solo oeuvre – digging deep in English folklore while creative a truly individual narrative. Enchanting in studio environment, on-stage these pieces take on a different life: that’s … Continue reading

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Iain Matthews Mines A New Vein

February 7, 2020

2020’s marks a 50th anniversary of MATTHEWS SOUTHERN COMFORT, an ensemble that Iain Matthews has been returning to throughout his decades-long career, and that’s quite a reason for a new album. Titled “The New Mine” and scheduled for a March … Continue reading

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Steve Hackett To Issue An Autobiography

February 5, 2020

Even though prefers his guitar, and standalone singers, to do the talking on-stage, the legendary artist is a great storyteller, with “legendary” being a keyword here as, for all the spotlight shed on him, Steve remains an enigma. That’s why … Continue reading

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BLUE ÖYSTER CULT Revisit Their Breakthrough Album

February 5, 2020

Spearheaded with the instantly memorable “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper” whose influence extended far beyond music, BLUE ÖYSTER CULT‘s 1976 opus “Agents Of Fortune” elevated them to rock ‘n’ roll heaven so, to celebrate that album’s anniversary, the band played an … Continue reading

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