The rockabilly punk of “Rip This Joint” provides an early glimpse into how Ron Wood would fit in with the Rolling Stones.
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Mick Jagger’s take on “Waiting on a Friend,” from the Rolling Stones’ newly issued ‘Hampton Coliseum – Live In 1981,’ becomes a character study.
A recommended entry point for anyone who came to Genesis via the MTV era hits, and is now curious about what came before.
This isn’t just another evening of string-laden songcraft from Deep Purple; it’s a big-bang moment for the group’s next era.
Deep Purple is reliably good on ‘Celebrating Jon Lord.’ The surprises, however, come from one-of-a-kind combinations of acolytes and fans.
Times change, members change, but Deep Purple remains.
Edgy and raw, as bracing as any live Queen performance ever released.
Whatever the cover says, the star here will always be Gerald Bostock.
Hayward has never sounded closer to the material, or closer to us.
This makes Moore’s case again as one of modern blues’ most visceral voices.