We've got a great combination of albums for your listening pleasure this week. We have Sloppy Seconds by Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show as the Album of the Week and we have Hands In The Till by Fortress as the Lost/Forgotten Album of the Week. Betcha you've never heard that one...
Yes, we love music here at CRB. It means a lot to us. We spend around 5-6 minutes every month determining what music we should present on any given week. So grab yourself a cold beverage and a plate of turkey bread, jam those high dollar earbuds deep into your ears and take a listen. When you're done, let us know how you feel about our featured selections. You could even buy one or both of these albums or another classic album or two, because all of these artists still benefit from your support.
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by "RJ...it's great to be able to post the eventual Album of the Year...hog"The Neal Morse Band - The Similitude of a DreamAlbum One:1. City Of Destruction2. The Ways Of A Fool3.…Continue
Disclaimer: All info that does not reside in my brain is gathered from wikipedia.com (mostly because Jon can't stand it) unless otherwise noted.I don't have any additional…Continue
from Rollingstone.com:Greg Lake, a singer and multi-instrumentalist who helped propel prog rock into the mainstream as a member of Emerson, Lake and Palmer and King Crimson, died Tuesday. His manager told the BBC he had recently had "a long and…Continue
This latest L/F album is from 1977 and is the one and only album released from Treasure.Fronted by Felix Cavaliere (ex-Young Rascals/Rascals), this is a slice of 70's soft…Continue
So what are you listening to right now? Any genre is cool. For me: Scott's Hidden TreasureDepeche Mode - Wrong (courtesy of Niels)Kim Mitchell - Akimbo Alogo (courtesy of Jon)Next week's Album of the Week (hint: think orchestra)Shinedown - The…Continue
Moving on to John Lennon in our remembrance of the lives of two men who were a part of something that probably will never happen again, the phenomenon that was the Beatles.
Dec. 8th is the anniversary of John's…