Tag Archives: Mo Foster


March 25, 2021

Right Track 2021 Informal gathering of kindred spirits who let their past influences inform the future. could be called a quiet one-man institution of British rock had his bass rumble not been as palpable and supple at the same time … Continue reading

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“Butterfly Ball”: A New Look At The Movie

May 20, 2017

Since its release in 1974, Roger Glover’s “The Butterfly Ball And The Grasshopper’s Feast” has had a double life: one of a glorified rock opera, and the other of a slightly surrealistic film that interjected footage from a 1975 concert … Continue reading

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TONY BANKS – The Fugitive

April 20, 2016

Virgin 1983 / Esoteric 2016 And then there was one: ivories wizard from GENESIS goes for a pop revelation. By 1983, with the land of confusion on the horizon, the band Tony Banks was manning from the shadows for a … Continue reading

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August 15, 2015

Angel Air 2015 Gain from afar: former AFFINITY singer delivers her second solo album, more than four decades after the first one. Fetch might be something one gets with an effort but the Roger Dean cover of this record suggests … Continue reading

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Linda Hoyle Returns In Style

June 3, 2015

Some careers have not be long to echo down the years, and it’s surely the case with Linda Hoyle, who was the singer with AFFINITY in the late ’60s – early ’70s and released a solo album, 1971’s “Pieces Of Me,” before … Continue reading

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