Monthly Archives: April 2023

Linda Gail Lewis Pays Tribute To Brother Jerry Lee

April 25, 2023

A star in her own right Linda Gail Lewis might have always been overshadowed by her pioneering brother, but those who happened to watch The Killer’s 85th birthday bash could see it was not the clearly ailing Jerry Lee who … Continue reading

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LIFE ON MARS – Shadows In A Jar

April 24, 2023

Spirit Of Unicorn 2023 Shedding a fresh light on newly redrawn numbers, cosmic ensemble strip glam in favor of garage glory. Despite the fact that the pair of its principal players are placed across the Pond from the source of … Continue reading

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Lee Kerslake Documentary Sees The Light Of Day

April 23, 2023

It’s been more than two years that the great our world. An inimitable drummer and incomparable character, he would always be associated with whose rhythm machine Lee used to drive between 1972 and 1979 and from 1981 to 2007, yet … Continue reading

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GRIFF PETERS – Canyons And Waves

April 22, 2023

Impropriety 2022 A quietly disturbing paean to the precious art of living from a San Diego minstrel. Even knowing that this singer-songwriter graduated from Berklee – an oxymoron of sorts – can’t prepare the listener for surprises that are concealed … Continue reading

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MATTHEWS SOUTHERN COMFORT Go Back To Woodstock

April 21, 2023

Despite quite a few platters which MATTHEWS SOUTHERN COMFORT released over the decades, it’s their cover of Joni Mitchell’s “Woodstock” that defined this band for many a follower. Of course, Iain Matthews didn’t play at Yasgur’s farm, yet his being … Continue reading

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