Alexander Noice, NOICE
Dalton Domino, Songs From the Exile
Esther Rose, You Made It This Far
Ghost Orchard, Bunny
Groove Armada, GA21
Jay Som, Anak Ko
Knocked Loose, A Different Shade of Blue
Lina Tullgren, Free Cell
Lionel Richie, Hello From Las Vegas – The mind boggles
Midland, Let It Roll – From Dripping Springs, Texas… any questions?
Modern Nature, How to Live
New Model Army, From Here
Noah Gundersen, Lover
Oh, Rose, While My Father Sleeps
Ottoman Turks, Ottoman Turks
Queen Of Jeans, If you’re not afraid, I’m not afraid -Indie poppers, good ones.
Raphael Saadiq, Jimmy Lee – I dunno, I wasn’t crazy about the single but the back story (a New York Times interview) is fascinating. And I never realized he was the guy from “Tony! Toni Tone”
Redd Kross, Beyond the Door- Decades later, last hair band standing.
Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Brighter Days
Rose Dorn, Days You Were Leaving
The Rubinoos, From Home – The single was pretty good power pop and their one hit was a terrific cover of “I Think We’re Alone Now”
Sheer Mag, A Distant Call
Stella Emmett, Admirer
Sunny War, Shell of a Girl
Tanya Tucker, While I’m Livin’
Taylor Swift, Lover – of the four songs already released, two are dogs, one is good, one is great… still it’s Tay tay – MOST ANTICIPATED ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Vince Gill, Okie – Every song has sucked.
Yokosawa Shunichiro, Haiji
Eileen Shapiro: “Portfolio Of A Rockstar Journalist” With Philip Bailey Bringing Earth, Wind, And Fire
Jazz has always been my first love as a kid
some big country and Americana names
free for all has always been the idea behind EPR
The power-pop sensibilities of the Black Lips
Bey with a double header
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – October 1976 (Volume 8, Number 5)
the man who made the world a safe place for Richard Simmons.