Spock’s Beard’s neo-prog debut arrived at just the right time, as old-line legends in the genre like Yes and Genesis cratered out in the 1990s.
Archive for November 7th, 2011
When I listen to Rob Garcia’s new album The Drop And The Ocean, the same adjectives come to me as they did for his prior album, Perennial, which are “seductive,” “lyrical,” “well-conceived,” “well-designed,” and Garcia’s drumming being “sensitive” and “delicate.” What I’d probably could add to that is Garcia’s drumming is at times (like on “River”) like Elvin Jones withRead More
In 1978, the Cars came racing out of seemingly nowhere, peddling a self-titled debut album that not only teemed with insanely great songs, but brought a refreshing change of scenery to the radio dial
Julian Lennon’s Everything Changes, more than anything he’s ever done, confronts his father, and his father’s legacy — both musically and personally.
Here’s a run down — with a few of our thoughts — on some notable music projects, both new and reissue, slated for release for the week of Nov. 7, 2011.
And the change was made uptown and the Big Man joined the band I have heard Bruce play this story of the E Street band many, many times.