Tag Archives: classic rock


November 22, 2018

Rockville 2018 Legendary rock lyricist emerges out of self-imposed oblivion to bring new glory to old barricades. There’s a mystery surrounding the reasons of ‘ parting company with he’d served up rhymes and narrative for since before the Summer of … Continue reading

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November 5, 2018

S-Rock 2017 No-nonsense ensemble from Stockholm leave orphan town to take on the world – or, at least, its macrocosm. One doesn’t have to be at large to feel free, and this group definitely reached the stage where they need … Continue reading

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JIM McCARTY – Walking In The Wild Land

April 12, 2018

Angel Air 2018 Quiet reflection on the nature of existence and mortality from a free bird. “My mind is clear and so’s my motivation”: this simple line from the serene title song of ‘s third solo album might be his … Continue reading

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HONEY WEST – Bad Old World

December 18, 2017

Readout 2017 Couple a dramatic actor with a pedigree-unburdened rocker, and there’s no stopping the world for you to get off, because the quicker it spins the friskier it gets. Once in a while, musicians come in pairs of two … Continue reading

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OVEREND WATTS – He’s Real Gone

November 26, 2017

Angel Air 2017 Farewell laughter from a larger-than-life man who was “just” a rock ‘n’ roll star. “When the tape runs out, the music keeps playing”: the opening line from THE BEVIS FROND’s “He’d Be A Diamond” that former MOTT … Continue reading

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