Tautly performed and as contagious as the chicken pox, the Shadows of Knight’s “Someone Like Me” deserved a far better showing.
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Pure of heart and hopelessly hummable, Rockin’ Horse’s “The Biggest Gossip In Town” is pop rock perfection.
Genesis’ “No Son of Mine,” released on Nov. 11, 1991 as part of ‘We Can’t Dance,’ couldn’t have been more different than “The Living Years.”
Released on Nov. 2, 1973, ‘Mind Games’ opened the door for John Lennon’s Lost Weekend. One song hinted at the sweet reconciliation to come.
Stanley Clarke made a key assist on Paul McCartney’s ‘Pipes of Peace,’ released Oct. 31, 1983. He tells us why those sessions were among his favorites.
As an angry young man, Bob Dylan had very few rivals. “Pay in Blood” shows that he is still in a league of his own as an angry old man, too.
Buffalo Springfield’s “Mr. Soul,” released Oct. 30, 1967 on ‘Again,’ hints at the complex, sometimes confusing solo career to come for Neil Young.
Here’s the premiere of the title track from Mike Zito and the Wheel’s new deeply soulful blues-rock album “Keep Coming Back.”
The late Yes legend Chris Squire plays a critical role in Billy Sherwood’s just-released new song “The Citizen.”
Queen once again showcased their ability to play tough hard rock as well as more anthemic material on ‘News of the World,’ released Oct. 28, 1977.