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Cd Review: Joe Walsh ANALOG MAN

Wow, what a great return this new album is for Joe Walsh. This is not only some of his best music in years, but it even brings back some old musical styles of his past including at least one song that sounds exactly like some long lost James Gang song. The title track, “Analog Man” […]

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Cd Review: Lady Gaga BORN THIS WAY

Lady Gaga‘s latest anticipated album is perhaps her best effort ever, available in both standard 14 track and expanded 22 track versions. It’s both very listenable and enjoyable with plenty of great songs that are danceable as well as lyrics that offer encouragement and upbeat messages. The title track, BORN THIS WAY, is available in […]


Cd Review: The Cars MOVE LIKE THIS

The late 1970’s new wave inspired rock band The Cars are back again with their first new album since 1987, MOVE LIKE THIS, which includes all the original members except for bassist Benjamin Orr who died of pancreatic cancer back in 2000. Orr sang lead on former hits such as “Just What I Needed”, “Let’s […]

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Cd Review: Foo Fighters WASTING LIGHT

Dave Grohl must be all smiles as his Foo Fighters have scored their very first #1 album ever with WASTING LIGHT, a very good effort from the band that have his fans and the critics both delighted. After playing in no less than 30 bands in his lifetime, starting with roots in punk rock and […]

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Master songwriter legend Paul Simon returns in fine form with SO BEAUTIFUL OR WHAT, a wonderful concept album that raises spiritual questions about man’s relationship with God. And so far the critical acclaim is nearly universal, including ROLLING STONE which praised the album as Paul Simon’s “best since Graceland”, another landmark album in his career. […]

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The latest soundtrack album from the hit FOX TV show, GLEE, just dropped on March 8. And it may set a record for the most singles ever released from an album. So far 14 of the 16 tracks have been released as singles from the brand new album. One of the latest singles is Gwyneth […]

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Cd Review: Gregg Allman LOW COUNTRY BLUES

Gregg Allman waited 14 years to do this new solo album, and the long pause between recordings seems pretty worthwhile here. Comprised of 14 covers of blues classics, by such greats as Muddy Waters, Gregg Allman produces a great and powerful blues album here. He has the blues really nailed down here. It’s one of […]

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Cd Review: Green Day AWESOME AS F**K

Recorded during their concert tour to celebrate the success of their 21st CENTURY BREAKDOWN album, Green Day’s new album debuts on March 22. It includes live versions of many of the songs from the album recorded in the U.S., England, Canada, Austria, Japan and Ireland. In addition to the Cd, a DVD of a live […]

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Cd Review: The Blackeyed Peas: THE BEGINNING

After producing 2009’s THE E.N.D. which spurred some successful singles and was prematurely purported to be the last physical cd The Blackeyed Peas would ever produce, they follow up in 2010 with the disappointing new album, THE BEGINNING. Maybe, they should have quit when they were ahead. The new album just lacks many real knockout […]

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