Monthly Archives: July 2020

SPIRITS BURNING And Michael Moorcock Venture Into The Hollow Lands

July 31, 2020

A respectable writer whose fantasy novels have been captivating a few generations now, Michael Moorcock is no stranger to music world, and although he has a sort of solo career – as documented on a recent – the veteran’s rock … Continue reading

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Ian Anderson And Terry Reid Join BADFINGER On Symphonic Track

July 30, 2020

Often overshadowed by “Baby Blue” – to many, more prominent track off the “Straight Up” album – BADFINGER‘s “Day After Day” remains a classic piece almost five decades after its release. But it’s been remade into a classical number now that … Continue reading

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JON ANDERSON – 1000 Hands: Chapter One

July 30, 2020

Blue √Član 2020 Art-rock avatar rearranges his universe with a little help from plethora of friends. Despite his prog glory and the instant recognizability of his pipes, is rarely given credit for the diversity of his oeuvre. A champion of … Continue reading

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James Williamson And Deniz Tek Go For A Full-Length Album

July 29, 2020

When RADIO BIRDMAN co-founder Deniz Tek and THE STOOGES’ guitarist James Williamson conspired to serve up the “Acoustic K.O.” EP back in 2017, it looked like a one-off collaboration – an outlet for four of the latter’s old songs. Yet, … Continue reading

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ALISON SOLO – Plutonian

July 28, 2020

Alison Solo 2020 Vancouver vanisher varnishes her raw nerve with arresting tunes yet, in search of identity, never stays in one place “Won’t you pray,” implores Ms Solo at the end of this album, and she doesn’t do so either, … Continue reading

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