Monthly Archives: January 2022

JAZZ SABBATH Are Back From The Past

January 31, 2022

As far as mythmaking goes, JAZZ SABBATH were the late ’60s British trio whose first album got canceled and their sophomore platter consigned to the shelves, but the songs survived and became famous once a certain Brummie ensemble turned the … Continue reading

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VARIOUS ARTISTS – Someone​/​Anyone?

January 30, 2022

Forward Motion 2022 Half-century into its existence, “Something/Anything?” gets honored by the next generation of fans and followers. On the one hand, it might have been easy for Fernando Perdomo to gather a bunch of friends to cover Todd Rundgren’s … Continue reading

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KING CRIMSON – Music Is Our Friend

January 29, 2022

Discipline Global Mobile 2021 Radiating sly naivete and pride, ever-relevant art-rock dinosaurs leave a blistering report of the last blast of their live career. “Friendly” has never been the proper word to describe this ensemble’s oeuvre, yet how else can … Continue reading

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Brian Auger To Launch Reissue Programme

January 28, 2022

is more than a mere musician – he’s a rhythm-and-blues institution, although pigeonholing the veteran’s oeuvre would be a futile task, for everything the organist has ever done defies stylistic categorization. A monumental presence on both British and American scenes … Continue reading

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NIGHT BLUEMERS – Welcome Aboard The Midnight Train

January 27, 2022

Productions Gébé 2021 Intrepid adventurers from Trois-Rivières stoke up their locomotive and head for the love light. Quebec is abuzz with blues, so collision and collusions between various artists are bound to happen, and this collective came to life as … Continue reading

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