Monthly Archives: July 2024

Chaz Jankel Revives Long-Forgotten Film Score

July 12, 2024

A famous Blockhead, Chaz Jankel is not too well known for composing music for movies, yet he does that – and back in 1988 the guitarist came up with an orchestral score for the film “D.O.A.(Dead on Arrival)” which his … Continue reading

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Duke Robillard Rolls Back A Score Of Years

July 12, 2024

There’s hardly a musician out there who doesn’t have unfinished tracks, either abandoned or waiting to be completed, in their cache, yet some of them have entire albums languishing away. Oftentimes such opuses get dusted off years later, accompanying deluxe … Continue reading

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WISHBONE ASH Celebrate Their ’70s Tours With A Book

July 11, 2024

Even the most loyal fan won’t be able to fill half a shelf with books about WISHBONE ASH, as there’s not a lot of those apart from a tome penned by bassist Martin Turner and of guitarist – yet this … Continue reading

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New Volume Delves Into Rory Gallagher’s Final Decade

July 11, 2024

There’s no abundance of books dedicated to Rory Gallagher, and what tomes are out there seem to be sharing the same flaw: casting but a cursory glance at the last ten years of the late great guitarist’s life. Not surprisingly, … Continue reading

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Breaking Hiatus, SPLODGENESSABOUNDS Bring Back Punk Fun

July 11, 2024

For all their caricature stance, original British punks rarely demonstrated sense of humor in the songs that were supposed to antagonize and unite working-class audiences at the tail end of the ’70s, and while many of them, having matured, revealed … Continue reading

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