1. Don’t Go Breaking My Heart – Kiki Dee And Elton John – Kiki deserved more than one hit but if she was gonna have only one hit this was the one to have, a chart bursting rush of Adult pop that rushed the brightest colors of glam into a pure sensibility – A
2. Joe Strummer – The Radiators From Space – A recherchez to the Saint of rock and roll, as the band remembers the last time they saw him and manage to be strong yet oddly gentle – B+
3. Television Screen – The Radiators From Space – Early hit for the late Pogues guitarist Phillip Chevron – B+
4. Am I That Lonely Tonight – Justin Townes Earle – If every year gets only one timeless masterpiece, by all means let this be 2012s – A+
5. Bulletproof Pride – K’Naan – The sort of chorus U2 blueprinted but can’t write any more – A
6. Speedway – Morrissey – Saved from album obscurity on Morrissey’s last (final?) tour – A
7. R.A.P. Music – Killer Mike – Title track from his finest work – A
8. Crayon – G – Dragon – The future of K-Pop, if it, indeed, has a future – A
9. A Freak Like Me Needs company – Patrick Cage – Can I imagine Alice Cooper singing this? Just about – C-
10. Sleeping By Myself – Eddie Vedder – The new version on Lightning Bolt is actually better and this one is pretty good – B+
enthralling rock documentary with a laser vision
folk Americana half the time, country the other
What was he thinking?
The line up simply isn’t there…
ten cumulative weeks
Rocky Kramer’s Rock & Roll Tuesdays Presents “Winter Rock” On Tuesday January 25th, 7 PM PT on Twitch
Rocky Kramer will be hosting “Winter Rock” on this week’s episode of Rocky Kramer’s Rock & Roll Tuesdays on Twitch.
he has just become the biggest man in musicals AGAIN!
might be a huge album for the Colombian reggaeton and Latin pop superstar
“Half my team have Covid and it’s been impossible to finish the show”
the goat and not the G.O.A.T