Christine McVie’s absence from ‘Say You Will,’ released this week in 2003, left Fleetwood Mac critically unbalanced. They could have used an editor, too.
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Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Tango in the Night,’ released this week in 1987, grew out of another trampled project by Lindsey Buckingham. He’d be gone for 10 years afterward.
‘Seventh Son of a Seventh Son,’ released on April 11, 1988, started a journey. Iron Maiden is now a part of me, and I am a part of what’s kept them around.
Supertramp’s ‘Even in the Quietest Moments,’ released in April 1977, became a gold-selling hit behind the Roger Hodgson anthem “Give a Little Bit.”
The story of Toto can be divided to before April 8, 1982, and after. That’s when they released ‘Toto IV,’ still the biggest album of their lengthy career.
‘The Last Waltz,’ released as a triple album on April 7, 1978, chronicled a guest-packed Band concert that overcame one complication after another.
‘Evolution,’ released on April 5, 1979, underscored the hit-making promise that Steve Perry brought to Journey on just his second outing.
Released this week in 2001, the criminally overlooked ‘Arrival’ showed the places Journey could still go, even with Steve Augeri replacing Steve Perry.
William Shatner’s bold, brilliant ‘Has Been’ rocks with a wild abandon. Even the ballads are forceful enough to bring a Vulcan to tears.
To be played at “annoy the neighbors until they call the cops” volume, ‘Here Are The Sonics!!!’ contains the work of accidental geniuses.