2 outta 4 ain't bad?
I heard the track this morning in Ozzy's Boneyard. A very Sabbathy feel to it, I replayed it several times. Hoping the rest of the album is as...
Lots of stuff on youtube. The song you mention usually sounds pretty bad, but this copy of The Rebel is OK.
This is a 4 track 1969...
This track has been on Sirius Octane a lot, and a really good song too.
And the next "single"
That's 2 really heavy tracks so far. I hope it's an indication of the entire album.
No blu-ray? That sucks. I mean, I enjoy live stuff, but almost always only buy the CD if it comes along with a DVD or blu-ray.
Looks like a...
Cool. At least an appearance by Tandy.
Another album this soon really is "from out of nowhere".
I would wish that Richard Tandy could be on there, but I think his health precludes it.
Two 80's icons gone withing a few days. This sucks.
A creepy video, and is it just me, or does that track sound like something from the Comalies era (ignoring Andi's new vocal style)?
Road Rage was recorded twice, what with the musical chairs vocalist situation. That reeks of desperation on it's own.
Frankie need to give this...
This is another one where the original is iconic, but the remake is fun too because of who's remaking it.
A somewhat lesser known...
That's one busy dude, if he's still working with BCC and his other projects.
Y'know, I think I'd put the Dave Mason cover just above the original Dylan version, if only because I'm a little more into Dave in general but...
New album Heart Like A Grave set to drop on October 4. Plus the first video they've done in 5 years, Valediction is out too.
But, even better...
I'm amazed I can still "discover" metal bands from so long ago. I guess that's the result of 1980's Chicago only having one underground metal...
Also, a proper video for Layers Of Time.
I wonder if Andi can actually sing his parts from earlier tracks anymore. This track sounds pretty kick-ass, looking forward to another album...
Looks like Do Ya was released by The Move in 1972 as part of a farewell maxi-single with California Man. Then redone by ELO in 1977 on A New...
A new release from the Frankie Banali Band, cool.
Good luck Dave, and....
Boston. Maybe the first debut album I ever heard, and man did I ever hear it. Still amazing all these years later and it still gives me chills.
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