So the thing to do now is to get yourself a cold beverage and a refreshing snack. Find your best ear buds and plug 'em in. Remember, we take at least 4-6 minutes each month to bring you these works of art. So, grab your computer and do some music shopping on Amazon or your site of choice. After all, these artists still benefit from your purchases. Enjoy!
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Who? Jane WiedlinWhen? 1985Album title? Jane WiedlinIsn't she a member of a very popular band? Yes.Allmusic.com review? Yes. Aside from the unfortunately…Continue
Who? VoivodWhen? 1991Album title? Angel RatIs this post early? YesAllmusic.com review? Yes.After the success of 1989's excellent Nothingface, progressive…Continue
Started by TageRyche in CD, DVD, Concert and Book Reviews yesterday.
Classic Rock Greats, The Guess Who, Return With 'The Future IS What It Used To Be' The Guess Who is responsible for countless rock classics, which still retain a major presence on rock radio - “American Woman,” “No Time,” “These Eyes,” etc. The band…Continue
Started by William James in Rumors And News on Wednesday.
What CD's or DVD's have you recently purchased? And it doesn't have to be classic rock. Let us know about any purchases that you think are worth sharing.Continue
Tags: new cd purchases
It’s Sax And The City, with Songs that prominently contain or feature Saxophone.
I have spoken before about how I place a great emphasis on Songs that Begin and End Series- it’s a chance to set the mood and/or close by saying something…
Sax And The City returns after a week off so I could plead the 4th!
This is trouble- between me thinking of more Sax songs and people making better suggestions than they ever have, this Series may never end, lol!…
Once again, my failure to turn the Calendar Page, as is often the case, interrupts the Sax And The City shows.
At the last moment, I discovered we are just days away from the 4th Of July- in other words it's Almost Independence…
It is America's 242nd Birthday, the day the Declaration Of Independence was approved and ratified, July 4th, 1776.
Older than me, but I'm pretty damned independent too!
The firing of cannons and muskets accompanied the first public readings of the…