Tag Archives: country rock


April 3, 2021

Sunset Blvd 2020 Country rock’s movers and shakers make an impressive creative comeback and convincingly claim immortality. If a well-known ensemble collect their old members, restoring prior robustness, nowadays, and record their first album of fresh material in a quarter-century … Continue reading

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PEGGY JAMES – Paint Still Wet

September 10, 2020

Happy Growl 2020 From Midwest to the whole wide world, Milwaukeean warbler walks on guilded splinters into the future. Despite the indisputable quality of candied Americana offered on the four albums this singer has released over the last decade, Peggy … Continue reading

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PETER GALPERIN – Tomorrow Seems Like Yesterday

August 23, 2020

Jetty 2020 Acidic New Yorker strikes a chord with zeitgeist yet falls short of reaching gestalt. Despite releasing immediately likeable albums for decade now – and even scoring a rock musical, “Bulldozer” – Peter Galperin did not appeared on public … Continue reading

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April 26, 2020

MiG 2020 British troubadour and his Dutch ensemble seize the zeitgeist to make its melody last. It’s been five decades since this singer shed an apostrophe from the title of his solo debut and turned personal solace into COMFORT, reverting … Continue reading

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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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