Post Tagged with: "Nick DeRiso"

'One chance to pull it off': Adrian Belew on his thunderous Metropole experiment

Adrian Belew, coming off a fascinating collaborative effort with the Metropole Orkest, is set to revisit his celebrated tenure with King Crimson on an upcoming summer tour.

Marti Mendenhall – An Evening of Live Jazz (2012)

Most performers are wary of live discs, this typically unforgiving setting that can reveal as much of the bad as it does the good. Fewer still are brave enough to choose a concert date as their recorded debut.

Heart – Strange Euphoria (2012)

Heart, like many legacy bands in the 1980s, struggled to marry its original sound with the synthesized style of the day. Strange Euphoria, a sweeping new compilation due June 5, 2012 from Epic-Legacy, charts that journey

One Track Mind: Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, "Your Precious Love" (1967)

They told me he might not cry. Same with her. Both times, in the moments before our son Jack and then our daughter Ella came into this world, I was down the hall

New Music Monday: Beach Boys, Joe Walsh, Heart, Neil Young, Spectrum Road

OK, so the Beach Boys have a new album out, and we love it. Love. It. But that’s just the tip of the proverbial New Music Monday

Lil' Ed and the Blue Imperials – Jump Start (2012)

Lil’ Ed and the Blues Imperials serve as both a direct link back to the legacy of the old blues master J.B. Hutto and also the living template for Alligator Records’ house-rocking style of electrified roots music.

Peter J. Martin – Waltz for the Wicked (2012)

Australian guitarist Peter J. Martin is a player of enormous technical capability but also much lyrical strength, twin talents that make Waltz for the Wicked a deeply listenable adventure.

Shows I'll Never Forget: Pink Floyd, April 28, 1994

At Texas Stadium, Irving, Texas: Call this one Rain Like Hell. On a stormy April night, the grandest effect of all was provided courtesy of God — actual creator, you are reminded, of the moon and its dark side.

Best of May 2012: Reader picks include King Crimson, Squackett, Styx – but no Beatles

Progressive music simply dominated the Top 10 for May 2012, as readers celebrated new music (and interviews!) from Squackett, UK, Asia and Spectrum Road.

Gimme Five: Chris Squire on "Fly From Here," "Life Within a Day," "Tempus Fugit," others

Yes co-founder Chris Squire, featured in a new duo recording with former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett, takes over our One Track Mind feature this week.