Crowes turning into magpies, can it be done? You better read on if you want an answer to that question.
blues, blues-funk, Bob Marley, Bobby Hutcherson, Bospop, cd, Country, covers, Eagle Rock, Hammond organ, live, Marc Ford, Meddle, Nico Bereciartua, Pink Floyd, R&B, review, Rich Robinson, Rock, Shake Your Money Maker, southern blues, southern rock, Spiritual, Sven Pipien, The Black Crowes, The Faces, The Magpie Salute, The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion, The Velvet Underground, War
Roger Waters has released his first new album in ages, and after a week and a half we’re finally able to ramble something moderately coherent about it. Here goes. Continue reading
album, art-rock, Columbia, Columbia Records, David Gilmour, Is This The Life We Really Want?, Pink Floyd, progressive rock, review, Rock, Roger Waters
With Infinite, Deep Purple releases their twentieth and likely last album before embarking on an extensive farewell tour. We take a look. Continue reading
The idea of hard rock and afrobeat joining forces seems slightly silly. Slightly… well guess what, it is not an idea anymore, it’s real and it sounds pretty good as well. Continue reading
2017, acid funk, Afrobeat, Antibalas, cd, Deep Purple, Feli Kuti, Geoff Mann, hard rock, Marcos Garcia, Meridian Brothers, polyrhythms, review, RidingEasy, Rock
return with the long-awaited follow-up to their excellent debut album. But does Blues Pills Lady in Gold live up to the hype? Continue reading
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PJ Harvey most recent record got a mixed review here. It’s not that we don’t like Polly Jean anymore, on the contrary, we still think she is one of the best singer-songwriters around and couldn’t be happier she touched down in Amsterdam yesterday.
RP, RP&WRM, WRM. Tagged
2016, Alain Johannes, Alessandro Stefana, Amsterdam, blues, encore rage, Enrico Gabrielli, Flamenco, free jazz, Heineken Music Hall, HMH, Is This Desire?, James Johnston, Jean-Marc Butty, John Parish, Kenrick Rowe, Let England Shake, Live review, Mick Harvey, MOJO, PJ Harvey, Rock, Terry Edwards, The Hope Six Demolition Project, White Chalk
If you’d told people three years ago that Jeff Lynne and Electric Light Orchestra would return to the stage, you’d probably be scoffed at, and rightly so. Sometimes, though, Strange Magic happens (ha!), and ELO is touring throughout 2016. Sounds from the Dark Side attended the gig in Amsterdam. Continue reading
2016, Electric Light Orchestra, ELO, Jeff Lynne, Live review, Pink Floyd, pop, review, Richard Tandy, Rock, The Feeling, The Netherlands, Ziggo Dome