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Articles By: Ralph Greco

HENDRIX: The Illustrated History

HENDRIX: The Illustrated History

From its black velvet cover, the scumptious full color pictures inside and a full read on his life and career, Gillian G. Garr provides pretty much everything you need about Jimi Hendrix, in HENDRIX: The Illustrated History. Published coinciding with what would have been the master guitarist’s 75th birthday this hard cover is a loving tribute to a man who died too young, but gave rock and roll so much.

Coral the Merknight vs SEARANTULA: It Weaves a Web of Metal

Coral the Merknight vs SEARANTULA: It Weaves a Web of Metal

What’s being said here, is anybody’s guess. There is lots of territory covered in the rye lyrics, but generally I think we are getting a little rumination on the modern world we aren’t supposed to take tooseriouslyy. Coral the Merknight vs SEARANTULA is wonderful fun metal stuff and worth picking up.

THE SEX FILES: Welcome to Ava Durga’s Sissy Parlor

THE SEX FILES: Welcome to Ava Durga’s Sissy Parlor

Ava Durga runs the www.thesissyparlor.com. It is a tasteful, slightly frilly one-bedroom condo where men get to “take off their tough man-cloak at the front door, and get welcomed in to a softer, more sensual alternative reality where they can live out fantasies that might be too risky to get elsewhere.” When it comes to indulging yourself in a specific way, you are not going to find a more welcoming, intelligent, sexy and most importantly, safe guide than Ms. Ava.

David Gilmour: Live at Pompeii

David Gilmour: Live at Pompeii

Live at Pompeii presents a well-played and sung ring-around David Gilmour’s catalogue in a umatched historic venue.

THE SEX FILES: Migguel Anggelo discusses his new one-man show Welcome to La Misa, Baby

THE SEX FILES: Migguel Anggelo discusses his new one-man show Welcome to La Misa, Baby

Migguel Anggelo is a Venezuelan-born, Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter, dancer, and performer. He studied voice at the Conservatory of Music in Cologne, Germany, has written music throughout all of his journeys as an immigrant in several countries, and has released two albums

Martin Barre @ Debonair Music Hall in Teaneck, New Jersey, 10/6/2017

Martin Barre @ Debonair Music Hall in Teaneck, New Jersey, 10/6/2017

You’re not going to find a better guitarist then Martin Barre. The man seems so youthful playing these days, you’d never know he was in his 7th decade and if you do indeed get a chance to catch the man as he tours these smaller venues with his band, I suggest you get out to see him.

Dolly Parton: I Believe in You

Dolly Parton: I Believe in You

The country star with the big assets (her voice and talent, what did you think I meant!?) is being slightly obvious here with the lyrics, maybe insipidly so. But Dolly has so much personality, the musicians here are top notch and the backing vocalists, kids among them, make these 14 all sound good, at least.

Gary Numan: Savage (Songs from a Broken World)

Gary Numan: Savage (Songs from a Broken World)

Gary Numan’s presents a concept album in his 21st studio album, Savage (Songs from a Broken World). Numan’s landscape here is a desert resulting from global warming, a blending of Western and Eastern cultures in a post-apocalyptic world.

Kris Heaton Band: World Gone Mad

Kris Heaton Band: World Gone Mad

The Kris Heaton Band’s new dozen songs of World Gone Mad opens with mid-tempo rocker “Who Let the Bullets Fly.” With a paper- tight snare and power chord pushing, we get a tune with a sing-able hum and introspective lyric of substance. The roiling title track follows, with a strong key line, covering some of the same lyrical ground.

The Sidney Green Street Band: Half Live

The Sidney Green Street Band: Half Live

Half Live from The Sidney Green Street Band is a truly perfect record you will listen to again and again. Get it!

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