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JOSEPH BRIDGE: MARVIN'S SANITARIUM

Joseph Bridge has unveiled a very clever, engaging song cycle featuring a cast of characters that are infused with invention, wit and warmth. Stunning in execution, the music supports flight...
Pod · 1W ago

JOSEPH BRIDGE: MARVIN'S SANITARIUM

Joseph Bridge has unveiled a very clever, engaging song cycle featuring a cast of characters that are infused with invention, wit and warmth. Stunning in execution, the music supports flight...
Pod · 1M ago

THE WALKER BOY AT 48

Today marks the 48th anniversary of the release of Tommy. It was a grand statement for Pete Townshend and The Who. Roughly seven years ago, I did a series of reviews that covered all of thei...
Pod · 1M ago

CLOSE TO THE EDGE

Light years ahead of its time, Close to the Edge represents nothing less than the high watermark of the prog period. The second (and last) Yes album to feature the Anderson/Squire/Wakeman/Ho...
Pod · 1M ago

FLOWERS IN THE DIRT

Upon its release in June 1989, this record was greeted far more warmly than anything McCartney had done since Tug of War. There was sound reason for such sentiments. Following Tug of War, hi...
Pod · 3M ago

CLOUD NINE

Reflecting on George Harrison's Cloud Nine LP. This iconic musician would have been celebrating his 74th birthday today. THE BACKSTORYAt that point in time, his last outing (Gone Troppo) ha...
Pod · 5M ago

BOC: ON YOUR FEET OR ON YOUR KNEES

Following the release of three decent (albeit largely unnoticed) studio albums, Blue Oyster Cult decided to package their live show for direct injection into the homes of their fans in earl...
Pod · 8M ago

HOLLYWOOD BOWL REDUX

Fourth time around would best describe the prep that went into getting this time capsule to its present state. THE BACK STORYCapitol Records' Voyle Gilmore had the first crack with his team ...
Pod · 9M ago

VOL. 4 at 44

Sabbath's Volume Four turned 44 yesterday. Pictured here is my Korean issued pressing of the disc (sporting blue cover/white lettering). Great record from the "Sab Four"
Pod · 9M ago

MCLENMORE AVENUE

Known for being deep in the pocket of universal groove, Booker T and the MGs were the legendary Stax house ensemble that powered countless hit records. They were not faceless session players...