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John Hiatt: Slow Turning

John Hiatt: Slow Turning

First time through or on this rerelease you’re not gonna find too much fault with John Hiatt’s Slow Turning. Originally released in 1998, this 9th album from the singer/songwriter/guitarist/ gave Hiatt his big hit, the title track here. But the rest of the 11 songs are just as masterful little country rock commercial ditties.

Jaden Smith: Syre

Jaden Smith: Syre

Jaden Smith Syre (ROC Nation LLC) Being the son of mega star Will Smith can’t be easy. The genetic predisposition to make […]

Evanescence: Synthesis

Evanescence: Synthesis

Evanescence Synthesis (BMG Rights Management) When I’m writing about an artist I particularly love, I try not to be biased, but it’s […]

Grizzly Bear: Painted Ruins

Grizzly Bear: Painted Ruins

Grizzly Bear Painted Ruins (RCA Records) In the mid-2000’s, the nebulous genre known as indie-rock was at the height of its popularity. […]

U2: Songs of Experience

U2: Songs of Experience

U2 Songs of Experience (Interscope) I am a huge fan of U2. Always have been and always will be. At this point […]

Voodoo Six: Make Way For The King

Voodoo Six: Make Way For The King

Voodoo Six’s fourth and latest studio album, Make Way For The King, boasts twelve brand new tracks and is the band’s first album to feature new vocalist Nik Taylor-Stoakes. The rest of the band-guitarist Matt Pearce, bassist Tony Newton and drummer Joe Lazarus, lay out some grooving heavy stuff across the dozen presented here.

Steve Hackett: Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham

Steve Hackett: Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham

Steve Hackett’s new CD/DVD Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham, celebrates the 40th anniversary of Genesis’s Wind & Wuthering album and the last studio release from that band Hackett played in. Here we get two CD’s and chock-full stunning DVD of a bunch of Hackett solo music, plus Genesis nuggets played with his stellar band, recorded in concert.

Delta Deep: East Coast Live

Delta Deep: East Coast Live

Delta Deep, presents a live party CD/DVD with their new East Coast Live. This band, led by Def Leppard’s guitar wailer Phil Collen, is a heavy blues 4-piece. Filmed and recorded at Daryl’s House in Pawling, NY, the rest of the band here-Robert DeLeo playing bass and singing backing vocals, Forrest Robinson on drums, and lead vocalist Debbi Blackwell-Cook complete a strong live outing here.

112: Q, Mike, Slim, Daron

112: Q, Mike, Slim, Daron

112 Q, Mike, Slim, Daron (eOne Music) You never miss a good thing until it’s gone. Luckily for me, it came back! […]

Jordan Rakei: Wallflower

Jordan Rakei: Wallflower

Jordan Rakei Wallflower (Ninja Tune) With his second full-length release Australian R&B singer/multi-instrumentalist, Jordan Rakei, expands on the level of dexterity and […]

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