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posted a review of John Fogerty - Revival. 10 months ago
It may find themselves. John Fogerty gave in interviews for years on his old label Fantasy, that him in the early days of Creedence Clearwater Revival had signs a contract in which he had given away all rights to his music. While Fogerty withdrew from ... See full review
posted a review of The Pogues - If I Should Fall From Grace With God. 10 months ago
Irish-English folk band with punk energy founded by Shane MacGowan under the name Pogue Mahone (Irish for ' Lamb '). Macgowan began his musical life in London's punk band The Nipple Erectors, but returned with The Pogues to his Irish roots. Despite ... See full review
posted a review of Tom Petty - Wildflowers. 10 months ago
The acoustic title track Wild Flowers turn as the opening number the tone of this album. The 15 songs with the typical Petty-sound stress how great the influence of cooperation with Bob Dylan and Jeff Lynne, with whom he formed the occasional band The ... See full review
posted a review of Londonbeat.* - Harmony. 10 months ago
London beat was a pop group from London. They are best known for their number 1 hit I've been thinking about you from 1990. The beginning of the success of London beat is in Netherlands, as they scored with "there's A Beat Going On" their first top 20 ... See full review
posted a review of De Dijk - 100 X. 11 months ago
Born out of the remnants of the Amsterdam group Stampei, knew the dike during the first Dutch golf at the beginning of the 1980s his first fame. Bloody Heart was the first single on which the rock and soul of the band came to full fruition. The ... See full review
posted a review of Various - The Alternative Album Vol.1. 11 months ago
Umbrella term for all of the punk and new wave shot rock music outside the mainstream to develop, parallel to associated subcultures. Includes a wide range of currents, including britpop, gothic, grunge, industrial, lo-fi, noise and post rock. Also new ... See full review
posted a review of Live - Secret Samadhi. 12 months ago
In 1985 was in York, Pennsylvania by four 14-year-old school students founded the band Public Affection. They were discovered in 1991 by Radio Active Records and the name was changed to Live. The debut album Mental Jewelry was in America good for gold ... See full review
posted a review of Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - Walking Into Clarksdale. 12 months ago
Fourteen years after the break-up of the super group Led Zeppelin (1980) guitarist Jimmy Page and singer Robert Plant came back together for the album "No quarter". They played on that cd Led Zeppelin material, on "Walking into Clarksdale" are only new ... See full review
posted a review of Sting - Ten Summoner's Tales. about 1 year ago
At the height of the fame-in 1984-The Police decided to Sting in the waiting room. The demand for Sting songs was greater than ever. His solo career was energetic. By its status as ' pop God ' knew Sting to bind the best jazz musicians, for a plate (The ... See full review
posted a review of Hawkwind - Live Chronicles. about 1 year ago
Unconsciously formed Hawkwind the link between the hippie culture of the 1960s and the punk movement of the 1970s. The band members met in the London krakersscene and soon fell on because of their booming concerts. The group applies as inventors of the ' ... See full review
posted a review of Dick Heckstall-Smith And Friends* - Blues And Beyond. about 1 year ago
Dick Heckstall-Smith (16 september 1934 – 17 december 2004) was an English saxophonist, who played both jazz, blues and rock. He was known as a member of the rock band Colosseum.

Are Heckstall-Smith as saxophonist of jazz rock band Colosseum ... See full review
posted a review of The Byrds - Greatest Hits Vol 2. about 1 year ago
By splashing, bright electric guitars add to songs by Bob Dylan, The Byrds were partly responsible for inventing folk rock. In addition they were early representatives of psychedelic rock and later-with the current hero of the ALT.country Gram ... See full review
posted a review of Jethro Tull - War Child. about 1 year ago
One of the Giants in the British prog-rock, especially popular at the beginning of the 1970s. The Group was founded in 1968 in Blackpool by the Scottish singer/flautist Ian Anderson. The group, by her fans affectionately known as ' Tull ", fell on the ... See full review
posted a review of John Lennon - The John Lennon Collection. about 1 year ago
After leaving The Beatles threw John Lennon all artistic brakes loose and thoroughly explored his muse. Lennon chased his demons after and propagated at the same time a utopian vision of the future of the world. He used everything from ' primal screams ' ... See full review
posted a review of Canned Heat - Greatest Hits. about 1 year ago
Blues group from the late 1960s, known for the evergreens goin' Up The Country and On The Road Again. Canned Heat broke through after their performances at legendary pop festivals like Monterey Pop and Woodstock. The band was formed by guitarist Alan ... See full review
posted a review of The Lovin' Spoonful - A Spoon Full Of Hits. about 1 year ago
Although the band is often forgotten by historians, between 1965 and 1967 The Lovin' Spoonful was responsible for a series of excellent popsingles with which it only The Beatles and The Beach Boys have to tolerate for itself. The great talent of the ... See full review
posted a review of Steve Hackett - Spectral Mornings. about 1 year ago
Steve Hackett (born 12 February 1950) is a British musician and guitarist. In 1970 he replaced Anthony Phillips in the British rock band Genesis. He played with that band on eight albums, until he left the band in 1977 to continue solo. In 2012 he played ... See full review
posted a review of The Mahavishnu Orchestra* With John McLaughlin - The Inner Mounting Flame. about 1 year ago
The Mahavishnu Orchestra was a jazz-rock fusion and group active from 1971-1976 and 1984 – 1987. Leader of the band was guitarist "Mahavishnu" John McLaughlin and the members of the first Billy Cobham (drums), Rick Laird (bass guitar), Jan Hammer (keys) ... See full review
posted a review of Joe Cocker - Joe Cocker. about 1 year ago
Joe Cocker was not only the creator of ' the most chilling cry of pop music '-in his adaptation of the Beatles ' "With A Little Help From My Friends-but also an excellent interpreter of rock with a soulful edge. After his breakthrough on the Woodstock ... See full review
posted a review of Fleetwood Mac - Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac. about 1 year ago
The story of Fleetwood Mac is one of endless changes in style and occupation. They were in the 1960s, led by Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood, one of the most original British blues bands. Later they grew out to suppliers of a polished, masterly LA sound, ... See full review
posted a review of Solution (4) - ... It's Only Just Begun.... about 1 year ago
Solution was a symphonic band from Groningen, which existed from 1970 to 1983. The band scored some modest hits with the songs Empty Faces (1977), it's only just begun (1980) and Run away (1982).

In the most successful period was the band from: Tom ... See full review
posted a review of Various - 30 British Hits Of The 60's - Part I. about 1 year ago
Even though The Beatles and The Rolling Stones than ahead of the groups listed in the 1960s have determined the face of the English pop music, in addition to these "giants" has England between 1960 and 1970 are still a great number of other pop-known ... See full review
posted a review of John Mayall's Bluesbreakers* - The Diary Of A Band Volume One / Volume Two (Selected Highspots From Sixty Hours Of Bluesbreakers Club Recordings 1967). about 1 year ago
John Mayall is the mortal father of British blues. Mayall (1933) was one of the first whites that would focus on the blues and he kept the genre all his life faithfully. Mayall played a key role, because by his mission work came a generation of young ... See full review
posted a review of Cuby + Blizzards* - Cuby + Blizzards Live '68 (Recorded In Concert At The Rheinhalle Dusseldorf). about 1 year ago
Cuby & The Blizzards is a legendary Drentse blues band in the mid-sixties the Dutch music world bewildered with stunning live shows and fine sheet metal. Founded by singer Harry Muskee and guitarist Eelco Gelling grew the band soon became the Dutch ... See full review
posted a review of Amy Winehouse - Back To Black. about 1 year ago
In 2004 Amy Winehouse scored Platinum with her jazzy debut Frank. Her powerful voice that cracks in concrete can bring, it turned out wonderfully well to combine with subtle compositions. After two years of worldwide to have occurred with the repertoire ... See full review
posted a review of Caravan - For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night. about 1 year ago
Caravan are an English band from Canterbury. The band's music is included in the category of progressive rock. The bands from this area, such as Soft Machine playing a mix of rock and jazz. Caravan was formed in 1966 after the break-up of The Wilde ... See full review
posted a review of Caravan - If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You. about 1 year ago
Caravan are an English band from Canterbury. The band's music is included in the category of progressive rock. The bands from this area, such as Soft Machine playing a mix of rock and jazz.
Caravan was formed in 1966 after the break-up of The Wilde ... See full review
posted a review of Bob Dylan - Modern Times. about 1 year ago
He is considered the most influential songwriter of the 20th century. By being invariably to evade the expectations of his audience has Bob Dylan the mystery around his person always. Also in the twilight of his career remains the man speak in riddles. ... See full review
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posted a review of The Shoes - Greatest Hits. about 1 year ago
The Shoes is a Dutch band from Zoeterwoude art instructor, in the hit parade from 1966. The Group was founded in 1963 as The White Shoes. Hits included Na Na na, Don't you cry for a girl and Osaka. The group consists of Theo van Es (vocals), Wim van ... See full review
posted a review of Jan Akkerman - Blues Hearts. about 1 year ago
Successor of the understated album "Puccini's cafÚ". This gallery contains influences from jazz, funk, rock and blues and also had in the blues category can be classified. Striking are his ode to the last year deceased blues guitarist Ronald Abrahams, ... See full review
posted a review of Jan Akkerman - 10.000 Clowns On A Rainy Day. about 1 year ago
Jan Akkerman was in 1973 by the English music magazine Melody Maker named best guitarist in the world. With the double live-cd "10,000 clowns on a rainy day" he proves, almost 25 years later, that he at least still the best guitarist of Netherlands. On ... See full review
posted a review of Kansas (2) - The Best Of Kansas. about 1 year ago
Kansas was founded in 1970. The classic occupation was formed by Kerry Livgren (guitar), Steve Walsh (vocals, keyboards), Dave Hope (bass), Phil Ehart (drums), Robby Steinhardt (violin, vocals) and Richard Williams (guitar). In this line-up the band ... See full review
posted a review of Prince - The Rainbow Children. about 1 year ago
After he had made a clean break with its recording contract with Warner bombarded Prince through his website the world with new releases. It concerned mostly material he could not by contractual involvement earlier. The general public was struggling to ... See full review
posted a review of Sass Jordan - Rats. about 1 year ago
Third album by the Canadian singer with 12 for most solid rock songs that were written by herself. Vocal does they think of the legendary Janis Joplin. What is striking is the collaboration of George Clinton (Funkadelic).
posted a review of The Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet. about 1 year ago
Beggars Banquet (1968) was in many ways a new beginning for The Rolling Stones. Their Satanic Majesties Request failed after the psychedelic trip the band returned back to its roots, the (rhythm &) blues and rock 'n roll from the early years. But by the ... See full review
posted a review of Daniel Lanois - Shine. about 1 year ago
The Canadian artist Daniel Lanois is best known as a producer. His most famous projects include the albums he produced for U2 (e.g. together with Brian Eno The Joshua Tree and The Unforgettable Fire) and Bob Dylan (Oh Mercy). Who wants to hear what ... See full review
posted a review of Lifehouse - No Name Face. about 1 year ago
The American rock of Lifehouse is reminiscent of Live and Pearl Jam. around 2000 appeared the band from L.A.. The albums No Name Face (2001) and Smoke & Mirrors (2010) did it nice in Netherlands.
posted a review of The White Stripes - Elephant. about 1 year ago
' No computers were used during the writing, recording, mixing or mastering of this record. This communication in the booklet of the fourth cd Elephant by The White Stripes the U.S. says a lot about the music and the vision of this unusual duo. ... See full review
posted a review of Various - 5 CD Box Nederbeat Beat, Bluf & Branie 63 - 69. about 1 year ago
On record fairs they are still among the most sought after objects: the singles and albums by the Dutch beat groups of the 1960s. Following the British invasion of groups like the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Kinks were there when in Netherlands ... See full review
posted a review of Eric Bibb - Blues People. about 1 year ago
On previous albums left Eric Bibb hear that the blues is an elastic concept for him. He took with Habib Koité an album on in Africa (Brothers In Bamako) and dropped to Spirit I Am (2008) inspired by gospel music. Blues People according to Bibb is a ... See full review
posted a review of The Beatles - Live At The Hollywood Bowl. about 1 year ago
How sounded Beatlemania? Long time did you only Live At Hollywood Bowl. This live album was released in 1977, but contained recordings of The Beatles ' tour of the United States from 1964 and 1965. Collectors bought the plate, but listen to it was just a ... See full review
posted a review of Adele (3) - 21. about 1 year ago
For her second album went Adele Adkins to the United States, where she worked with producer Rick Rubin. Once in America, dipped the young London singer himself in blues, gospel and country. That you hear back right away in the fantastic opener Rolling In ... See full review
posted a review of Jeff Buckley - You And I. about 1 year ago
Daniel d. Prince of the alternative rock Jeff Buckley plays covers and early versions of songs of his own in an informal atmosphere. Buckley, who drowned in 1997 at the age of 30 in Mississippi, was a perfectionist. That was one of the reasons he made ... See full review
posted a review of Train (2) - Bulletproof Picasso. about 1 year ago
Noteworthy: they are called Train, but Bulletproof Picasso is after California 37 (2012) is the second album by the Americans with a car on the front. In itself appropriate because Train makes music tailored for the radio, and where are you listening to ... See full review
posted a review of Kami Thompson* - Love Lies. about 1 year ago
The biography of Kami Thompson is so beautiful that it almost seems invented story. As the daughter of the famous British folk duo Richard and Linda Thompson begins her life history, of course, all good. However, she was never planning to also the ... See full review
posted a review of Jan Akkerman - Minor Details. about 1 year ago
Master guitarist Jan Akkerman's been to his yet another solo album. Fourteen instrument nematodes with influences from all over the world. Themes reminiscent of licks by John Scofield and Stevie Wonder-like chord progressions prevail. Eric vloeimans, the ... See full review
posted a review of Jan Akkerman - Puccini's Cafe. about 1 year ago
Dutch most famous guitarist of all time is the mid-seventies even a while the best guitarist in the world, so impressed show the readers of the magazine Guitar Player himself by his flashy solos in Hocus Pocus and Sylvia, both of the band Focus. In his ... See full review
posted a comment on Jan Akkerman - Passion. about 1 year ago
Dutch most famous guitarist of all time is the mid-seventies even a while the best guitarist in the world, so impressed show the readers of the magazine Guitar Player himself by his flashy solos in Hocus Pocus and Sylvia, both of the band Focus. In his ... See full review
posted a review of Jan Akkerman - C.U.. about 1 year ago
Guitarist Jan Akkerman is often still associated with rock bands like The Hunters and Focus, where he made furore in the 1960s and 1970s. He is the man not to itself to too long to reflect on his illustrious past and he is open to new ideas. So he came ... See full review