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reviewed Marcy Playground. January 27, 1999
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Marcy Playground
For a recording that is mostly limited to guitar, bass, and drums, this is a good effort. The lyrics show a great deal of imagination and come straight from the heart. Whereas the vocals are a little …
reviewed Straight Shooter. December 16, 1998
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Straight Shooter
The above CD/record musicwise is of mereordinary value. The group more or less repeats their slam bam thank you maam formula from their debut recording with slightly less successful results. Shooting …
reviewed Bad Company. December 16, 1998
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Bad Company
The debut album by this British quartet is straight ahead rock n roll at its finest. The overall sound of instruments is very raw and honest and coupled with the vocal talents of Paul Rodgers, the music …
reviewed Run With the Pack. December 16, 1998
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Run With the Pack
Bad Company actually explores a few new styles here. The softer tunes(Silver, Blue, And Gold, Love Me Somebody, Simple Man, and Fade Away) are quite good and add some diversity to this band's repertoire. …
reviewed Pendulum. December 15, 1998
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Pendulum
Of Creedence Clearwater Revivals seven recordings of original material, this disc I would rate as the weakest. However, it is not bad by any stretch of the imagination. What makes is pale in comparison …
reviewed Money & Cigarettes. December 15, 1998
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Money & Cigarettes
This album shows still another side to Eric's style. It has a nice popish flavor but does not indulge in the excess of disco and rap. Some good guitar riffs although nothing on the level of Layla and …
reviewed For You. December 11, 1998
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For You
Bryan Bowers has always made the autoharp sound like several instruments, and this is his best album. And his voice is in fine form as well. A great mix of beautiful, sad tunes (HOLLYWOOD HOME is a GREAT …
reviewed 461 OCEAN BOULEVARD (DTS) (CD). December 09, 1998
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461 OCEAN BOULEVARD (DTS) (CD)
A quiet tone exists on this recording. Let It Grow is the standout song on this recording and a few others have ear catching moments as well. However, the lack of enough rock n roll tunes here make this …
reviewed From the Cradle. December 09, 1998
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From the Cradle
If you are looking for a modern recording of old blues standards, look no further. Eric Clapton covers sixteen old time blues numbers and adds a special flair that is pure magic. Many of the solos are …
reviewed Little Queen. December 09, 1998
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Little Queen
This is the perfect example of a mediocre album. I bought this record(not cd)many years ago used when I was in high school. I liked the album oriented tracks, Love Alive, Barracuda, Little Queen, and …
reviewed Mardi Gras. December 08, 1998
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Mardi Gras
Critics and close minded people lambast this album. However, the material is really pretty good. It just has a Country twang to it. On this disc, John Fogerty shared the singing and song-writing responsibilites …
reviewed Rumours. December 08, 1998
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Rumours
One of the premiere albums from my growing up period of the 1970's. Never has such acrimony produced such a top selling album. This goes to show you that music written from the heart will always have …
reviewed Jazz From Hell. December 06, 1998
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Jazz From Hell
A masterpiece from Zappa, his use of the Synclavier Music Computer is simply brilliant, this is one of the most interesting electronic music of the 20th century. The album is full of interesting harmonies …
reviewed Glass Houses. December 01, 1998
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Glass Houses
Billy's new wave influence shines through on this disc. Many of these songs(Sometimes A Fantasy, Closer To The Borderline, You May Be Right) are guitar driven. Other pieces have Billy's trademark piano …
reviewed Waiting for Columbus. November 24, 1998
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Waiting for Columbus
One of the best recordings by truly one of the best bands. Its a crying shame that the commercial world has not gotten sufficient exposure to Little Feat. And this live album is a real treat. The playing …
reviewed Traction. November 09, 1998
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Traction
Here's your proof that New Zealand isn't completely stuffed full of dullards. These guys must have been nineteen and straight out of ther suburban Auckland High School when they put they put this fabulously …
reviewed Mr Fantasy. October 31, 1998
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Mr Fantasy
Whereas this recording is not Traffic's best work, it is very unique with the blending of many different flute, sitar, harp, organ, and more. Not to forget the superb Guitar work by David Mason. The song …
reviewed A1a. October 21, 1998
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A1a
Give me my choice of 15 recordings while I am stranded on an island and this is one of the first 7. A heavy influence of Country Music is apparent and boy does it sound good. Migration is my personal …
reviewed Exile on Main Street. October 14, 1998
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Exile on Main Street
Definitely an album that you want to be stranded with on a desert island. Not as commercial as some of the Stones other releases except maybe for Tumbling Dice. The Stones explore new styles and perform …
reviewed Some Girls. October 09, 1998
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Some Girls
This record is extremely overrated. First of all, at least five songs are written in the same key and have similar rhythms. Second, the singles Miss You and Beast Of Burden are cheesy pop/disco oriented …
reviewed Steel Wheels. October 09, 1998
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Steel Wheels
Avoid this album at all costs. Out of twelve songs only two or three even stand out a little. This album epitomizes what was wrong with the late 1980's music scene. The overall production of this disc …
reviewed Blind Faith. October 08, 1998
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Blind Faith
Six songs including one which badly overstays its welcome do not make a classic album. However, Presence Of The Lord is one classic piece with one of the best guitar solos of Eric Clapton's career. Can't …
reviewed Bayou Country. October 08, 1998
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Bayou Country
The second album by Creedence Clearwater Revival definitely opened the eyes of the music world to this fine band. John Fogerty's song-writing abilities took a big leap forward with such classic as Proud …
reviewed Bridges to Babylon - Ltd Ed Slipcase .... October 07, 1998
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Bridges to Babylon - Ltd Ed Slipcase Ve3rsion
Whereas Bridges To Babylon is not on the same playing field as Beggars Banquet and Exile, this recording has much high quality material. Besides catchy straight ahead rockers(Out Of Control, Two Tight), …
reviewed Eye of Zombie. October 07, 1998
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Eye of Zombie
Fortunately I borrowed this record from my local library as opposed to buying it. Other than Change In The Weather and the title track, this album is a NUCLEAR DISASTER! The remaining tracks are complete …
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