Album Reviews

Difford & Tilbrook Write Another Squeeze Classic With ‘The Knowledge’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Nearly forty years after their initial incarnation, Squeeze remains the band that just can’t quit. Well, almost. After a series of break-ups and subsequent reunions that waylaid them for nearly a dozen years, founders, composers ...

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Dirty Fences Deliver Punchy Streetwise Barroom Rock With ‘Goodbye Love’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Grab a thirty rack of Pabst, a liter of cheap whisky, and call up the boys because “New York City’s favorite hard-workin’ rock n’ roll band” Dirty Fences is back and ready to party down. ...

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KIMOCK Makes One Of 2017’s Finest With ‘Satellite City’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Steve Kimock has amassed an impressive resume during the course of a varied career to which he adds significantly with Satellite City, quite like one of the year’s best albums. Having toured with the post-Garcia ...

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Wannabe Reviews Porter and The Bluebonnet Rattlesnakes’ Posthumous ‘Don’t Go Baby It’s Gonna Get Weird Without You’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews Don’t Go Baby It’s Gonna Get Weird Without You, the new album from gritty alt-country outfit Porter and The Bluebonnet Rattlesnakes, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. The album was released ...

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Joan Oborne Reinterprets Classics On ‘Songs of Bob Dylan’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

It doesn’t require a great voice like Joan Osborne’s to do justice to Bob Dylan’s songs. But it does call for a clear vision in choosing the material as well as an equally lucid concept ...

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Lynn Drury Brings “NOLAmericana” On National Debut ‘Rise of the Fall’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Those familiar with Lynn Drury’s music would say, “It’s about time.”Following eight regional releases, the singer-songwriter, who has lived in New Orleans for the past decade, has launched Rise of the Fall, her genre-defying national ...

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Margo Price Wins Again With Heart-Worn Ballads & Rugged Rockers On ‘All American Made’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

You could say Margo Price is the tenacious type. Her first solo offering, 2016’s Midwest Farmer’s Daughter, shared the hardships and heartaches she’s dealt with all along, beginning when her family’s farm went into foreclosure ...

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Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Fly It Clean and Tight On ‘Pizazz’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Following in the alliterative footsteps of previous releases Psychology and 2016’s Pleasure, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong have delivered an album that will satisfy their most loyal fans: Pizazz. Clocking in at just under an hour ...

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The Wailin’ Jennys Nail Three Part Harmonies On ‘Fifteen’ Via Red House (ALBUM REVIEW)

When you think of three-part harmony, The Persuasions and Crosby, Stills, and Nash inevitably come to mind and perhaps on the female side, Trio (Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton, and Linda Ronstadt). In this millennium though, ...

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Chris Barron Goes Classic & Refined On ‘Angels and One-Armed Jugglers’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Don’t expect the alt-rock glory of early 90s Spin Doctors on Chris Barron’s Angels and One-Armed Jugglers. This is Barron taking a rather meandering journey through eleven originals, that touch on jazz, blues, Broadway, and ...

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