Reviews

Sting, ‘The Last Ship’ – Album Review
Sting has never hid his pretensions. In fact, he's gone out of his way to flaunt them, going all the way back to the Police, when he casually referenced Vladimir Nabokov in the band's first Top 10 U.S. hit and then explored Jungian philosophies on the band's biggest-selling album…
Paul McCartney, ‘New’ – Song Review
The last time Paul McCartney released a new song (not counting the two originals that showed up on 2012's standards collection 'Kisses on the Bottom'), he was getting all reflective. Even the title of his last album of all original songs, 'Memory Almost Full,' mused on the p…
Peter Frampton’s Guitar Circus Rocks Los Angeles
Peter Frampton's summer concert caravan, Frampton's Guitar Circus, has proven to be one of the most successful concepts of the season. Taking a page from Ringo's All-Stars and even a bit of Bob Dylan's mid-'70s Rolling Thunder Review, the tour features a rotating roster…
Review: Black Sabbath “13”
It's been over 3 decades since Ozzy did an album with Black Sabbath.  They have some 22huge obstacles to overcome to pull this off, can the Fathers of Heavy Metal pull it off?
Review: “War & Peace” From Former Dokken Member
War & Peace is the "project" put together by former Dokken bassist Jeff Pilson.   He's currently playing bass for Foreigner too so he's got some great connections in the music world.  He's recruited former Dio Drummer Vinny Appice and producer Neil …
Review of Jimi Hendrix ‘People, Hell And Angels’
Jimi Hendrix has been gone over 40 years now, he only lived to be 27, but he managed to influenced just about anyone who has picked up a guitar since.  'People, Hell and Angels' is a collection of unreleased material from 1968 to 1970 that shows why he has to be the greatest guitarist…

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