The incredible perfection showcased on Boston’s 1976 self-titled debut album astonished fans, as well as most music critics. The songwriting of the highest quality, and the playing technique of Tom Scholz was from another planet.
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There was a time when Boston could do no wrong. Their 1976 debut album dominated the rock scene with that signature combination of Tom Scholz’ guitar cathedrals and Brad Delp’s soaring vocals.
The arrival of a new album featuring the late Brad Delp has some Boston fans inevitably wondering if band mastermind Tom Scholz has more leftover tracks in the vault.
The incredible perfectionism that went into Boston’s self-titled debut album back in 1976 amazed the ears of the general rock and pop fan base as well as most music critics everywhere.
The legendarily picky guitarist Tom Scholz is back with that rarest of things — new music from Boston. Life, Love and Hope even includes reworked songs from the group’s most recent studio effort
It’s a good time to be a fan of Boston, with the recent release of unheard music from late original frontman Brad Delp and now the promised release of a long-awaited studio recording from Tom Scholz and Co. — more than a decade after its last one.
‘It really takes a collective effort’: Replacing Brad Delp’s iconic vocals hasn’t been easy for Boston
As Boston continues on without the late vocalist Brad Delp, it is taking the equivalent of a small army of people to replace him on live dates.