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Max Webster - Live Magnetic Air

Live Magnetic Air is a live album by Canadian rock band Max Webster. The album (pardon the shrink wrap) was released in 1979 and was certified gold. 92 more words

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Stone The Crows - Ode to John Law (1970)

4 out of 5 Stars!

With the terrific Maggie Bell as the band’s front-woman, one might expect to hear thunderous and raspy Janis Joplin-inspired vocals, loaded with angst and emotion, over hard-driving Blues Rock, which is exactly what’s on offer here. 308 more words

Album Reviews

AC/DC High Voltage (US) Review

In my teen years, High Voltage was the first Bon Scott album I bought after Highway to Hell.  I choose it because it had a bunch of songs I had never heard before. 1,010 more words

Masquerade - Surface of Pain (1994)

4.5 out of 5 Stars!

From Sweden, Masquerade appeared on the scene in the early ’90s, released two albums, then disappeared, only to resurface again with two additional albums just after the turn of the century. 318 more words

Album Reviews

The Best Albums of 2017, #16

16. Danko Jones, Wild Cat (eOne)

It often feels as though rock music is dying, but that’s only because cooler-than-thou music publications, radio stations, “influencers”, “tastemakers”, et al couldn’t be bothered to give good new rock music any attention. 239 more words

Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators: World on Fire. A solid album; every track is a stand-out.

This one starts off blazing. There’s a lot of adrenaline. The album almost burns out the listener in the first few tracks. It might burn most listeners out before they get to the milder tracks – they are in there. 134 more words