With tasteful horns and a fine lead guitar, Ethan Keller delivers another delicious musical Scooby snack with his new folk-rock tune, “Lost Dog.”
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Even in an era when envelopes were often pushed, Pink Floyd’s “Alan’s Psychedelic Breakfast” proved to be utterly outrageous.
My favorite track from Michael Sherwood and Christian Nesmith’s ‘Groovy Lemon Pie’ is the decidedly naughty “Sally’s Ass.” At least, this week.
Supertramp nailed one of their oft-attempted forays into jazzy prog rock with “School,” released in September 1974 on ‘Crime of the Century.’
Released on August 31, 2004, Asia’s ‘Silent Nation’ represented the final collaboration between longtime partners Geoff Downes and John Payne.
On this standout cut from ‘Generations,’ released on August 29, 2005, Journey returned to a familiar theme – and, in turn, recalled past glories.
The Alan Parsons Project’s ‘Eve’ arrived on August 27, 1979 with a life-changing – or, at the very least, an ear drum-rearranging – instrumental.
Chad Bradford’s “Friday Morning Rain” resides in the same rootsy pop orbit of Joe South and B.J. Thomas, striking the heart hard and fast.
Unfortunately, I’m not hearing the energy and power of classic Iron Maiden. It can be done, though. Judas Priest proved that last year.
A big ballad, Grace Marino’s “It’s True” explodes with emotional elasticity and really packs a punch.