Kate Bush returns with her first studio disc in quite some time – a two-CD set that will both delight and challenge her listeners.
I would best describe the musical genre of this disc as Adult Contemporary and light Progressive Rock with a touch of Celtic Folk, brought to you by a top level guitar virtuoso.
Great progressive metal from Hungary, of all places! Highly recommended.
A terrific DVD of Rush’s 30th Anniversary Tour, taken from shows at the Frankfurt Festhalle. Top rate sound and video quality!
Organik is the latest release from the virtuoso jazz-rock trio NIACIN, featuring the legendary bassist Billy Sheehan, with John Novello on keyboards and Dennis Chambers on drums.
21st Century Guide To King Crimson – Volume 2 is an amazingly brilliant, flawless compilation of the last 25 years of this avant-garde wall of sound, featuring extraordinary musicians with uncanny artistic ability, known as King Crimson.
Indukti is like taking a trip around the world. It’s a rich wealth of sounds and textures flying at you from every direction. Nice and heavy with plenty of crunch. But it has so much more to offer than just that.
If you like music like good down home rock and roll with a lot of slide guitar, an air about it reminiscent of the late 60′s early 70′s and a strong female voice. Monica Yonge’s Rock On is right up your alley.
The Mother Hips apparently are in tune with the movement to recapture the 60′s. Their sound certainly resonates with the music of the decade. Red Tandy is an EP released at the request of their die-hard fans and it is the perfect appetizer for a full length LP due out sometime in 2006.
In the R&B world Jeffrey Osborne is a household name. In his 35 year career, this legendary singer/songwriter has produced hits with the 70′s R&B outfit L.T.D. and followed that with a successful solo career. On From The Soul, Osborne has recorded all of his favorite R&B numbers but there’s a twist. He has done them in the genre of smooth jazz, and it is a monster.