Archive for December 10th, 2012

Yes’ upcoming North American tour to include complete readings of three 1970s-era albums

Yes’ upcoming North American tour to include complete readings of three 1970s-era albums

Yes’ 2013 North American tour will feature a trio of 1970s-era albums, performed in their entirety — including The Yes Album from ’71, Close to the Edge from ’72 and Going for the One from ’77.

New Music Monday: Emerson Lake and Palmer, Black Sabbath, the Yardbirds, Yngwie Malmsteen

Emerson Lake and Palmer are heard in full, early-1970s flight on Live in California, an archival, long-bootlegged live date.

Sumi Tonooka – Now: Live at the Howland (2012)

To hear the music of Sumi Tonooka as she plays on Now: Live at the Howland is to hear music stripped bare. The album presents two solo sets recorded on March 22, 2010 at the Howland Center in Beacon, New York.

S. Victor Aaron’s Top Albums for 2012, Part 4 of 4: Fusion Jazz

<<< Part Three, Whack Jazz In the final piece of these exhaustive, four-part salutes to the top releases of 2012, the fusion jazz records are surveyed.

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, “Glory Days” (1984)

I’m pretty sure that I annoyed the neighbors more with “Glory Days” than any other track on Born In The USA. It just begs to be turned up louder than hell. That was the case back in ’84 and it’s still true today