Joe Mandica and Marty Penrose’s “Then The Light Came On,” from the Initiative’s great new album, is pop rock designed to turn your light on.
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“Pachuco Cadaver,” which arrived this week in 1969 as part of Captain Beefheart’s ‘Trout Mask Replica,’ is some pretty bizarre stuff. But I love it.
“Where Did I Love Your Love,” released this month in 2008, is perhaps the closest Journey has come to completely renimating its platinum-era sound.
Paul McCartney’s ‘Memory Almost Full,’ released on June 5, 2007, included a moment of pure, Wings-inspired pop – despite arriving amid crushing adversity.
Richard Thompson’s enduring ability to frame heartbreak gives substance to “Broken Doll,” our latest advance taste of the Jeff Tweedy-helmed ‘Still.’
Here’s a review of the last song from Nick Hempton’s ‘Catch and Release’ series. “Change For A Dollar” features his base quartet plus tenorman Jerry Weldon.
‘Jimmy Choos,’ the lead track off the first album of original Rickie Lee Jones material in 10 years, sounds both familiar and different.
As the Old Ceremony joins together with several musical heroes, “Fall Guy” emerges as a fizzy moment of old-meets-new alchemy.
Bill Wyman’s “What & How & If & When & Why” doesn’t sound anything like is his earlier laid-back rootsy fare – to say nothing of the Rolling Stones.
The Aristocrats’ versatility, power and instrumental prowess may be best heard on the title track from 2013’s ‘Culture Clash.’