Mashmakhan’s “As The Years Go By” was a quirky cross-pollination of flower-power pickings, the Zombies and Deep Purple.
This was the kind of moody, piano-oriented drama later associated with Billy Joel.
Rich with substance and motion, this set uncovered overlooked Detroit gems.
Check this out!: Leo Sayer gets downright funky. Yes, Leo Sayer.
Time to recognize these as “klassics” in the Kinks songbook.
It was fast, heavy — and on occasion, gnarly and ugly, as metal should be.
Diligently designed songs, executed with taste, substance, and energy.
Not long after leaving the Blue Things, Stöecklein laid bare his deepest yearnings and despair.
In the melancholy wisdom of his lyrics, this lost singer-songwriter has very few rivals.
Flexible, interesting and right on the pitch, this was an exceptional work of art.