Tag Archives: Supertramp

Abel Fuentes: Tramp’s Footprints – The History of Supertramp

February 25, 2022

Uno Editorial 2021 When all the world’s asleep and the questions run too deep, an extensive and exhaustive treatise on the life of and times of British art-rockers offers all the answers and more. There are bigger bands who don’t … Continue reading

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ALAN SIMON – Excalibur IV: The Dark Age Of The Dragon

January 21, 2018

Babaïka 2017 New chapter of Arthurian saga brings a half-full cup of wonder to the Round Table. After a five-year hiatus Alan Simon returns to the cycle he had started two decades earlier with what was planned as another spin … Continue reading

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VARIOUS ARTISTS – Extremes O.S.T.

January 4, 2018

Deram 1972 / Gonzo 2017 Long-forgotten soundtrack to a film preserving long-gone era for glorious posterity. “I like talking to young people but I don’t enjoy young people,” says a middle-class gentleman in one of the scenes that make “Extremes” … Continue reading

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MARTY WALSH – The Total Plan

January 28, 2015

Weberworks 2014 Coming out from behind the stars, polymath guitarist sums up two decades of solo thinking. Marty Walsh played with crème de la crème of pop and rock performers, from Dolly Parton and Randy Crawford to LeAnn Rimes and … Continue reading

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CARL VERHEYEN – Mustang Run

January 21, 2015

Cranktone 2014 Jazz’s the thing for SUPERTRAMP guitarist’s vibrant swing. A secret American weapon of a famous British band, Carl Verheyen may play arenas but he still remains a musicians’ musician, although now, with a dozen albums under his belt, … Continue reading

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