(((O))) Category: Past Echoes
If you’re very new to Sabbath after discovering the Ozzy-era and want to embark on the Dio years, this is the one that is highly recommended.
Throughout the passages of time, Andrew Gold’s fraternity is worth exploring.
It’s time to give this album another chance, and understand why it was so far ahead of its time.
…..it’s time to give Every Which Way, the proper recognition it deserves, and the amount of respect for Brian’s legacy that Esoteric has unleashed three years ago during those tricky times when the world shut down due to the pandemic.
While the album was released in 1971, it remains one of the true unsung gems in the history of free-jazz.
Pink Floyd was, and still is the joy, that carries with us from the past, present, and now.
This here is a must-have if you want to get into Gold’s music and understand why he was ahead of his time and often under the radar. It is time to give Andrew, the proper recognition he deserves.
The romantic, the beauty, the dark side of gambling, and the escapism that you crave, the concept still works wonderfully well as you put this album on from start to finish. Because it’ll never go away. It stays with you, for the rest of time.
Whether you agree with Snider or not, it’s his opinion that has honesty, and throughout his own personal choices that’ll make you want to dust off your old records from your personal library you hadn’t played for quite a while and put them on and slide a needle into the groove and use it as an alternate soundtrack to the Strawberry Bricks.
This is their answer Godfrey Reggio’s Qatsi trilogy as they take us through various musical landscapes mixed in with a mapped out adventure that is the ride of a lifetime.
The band’s third album is a gem of a kind of what they were doing in the lion’s den and returning with another holy grail from AMS Records.
….it showcases one of the true composer’s to bring the sounds of classical, jazz, Asian music, avant-garde, and progressive rock in all of its glory.
While this might be an introduction for the next generation to be a part of Anthony’s music, he gives listeners an insight on where he’s come from.
40 years later, and we’re still talking about it. I have no words to describe what made Rush’s Moving Pictures one of their magnum opuses, but the band’s gravitation, craftsmanship, and the fellowship that Alex, Geddy, and Neil had with each other.
If you interested to be a part of the Eternal Messenger’s rocket ship, be prepared to explore the sound, vision, and out of this world craziness from Arthur Brown’s Kingdom Come.
If you want to get into the sound of the band’s music, then Sid Smith’s book is a must have by entering the Cirkus of the Sailor’s Tale.
…an amazing reissue that gives Scheherazade and Other Stories the treatment it deserves. And I hope there’ll be a few more Renaissance reissues to come in 2022. But let’s take a trip down to the fair, and fly on our magic carpet to hear the stories of the Arabian Nights once more with an operatic form.
It’s time to embark on a magic carpet ride to be a part of Steppenwolf’s adventure and understand why they were ahead of their time. So let’s get our motors runnin’ and head down to the highway to look for more adventures of Steppenwolf’s Magic Carpet Ride: The Dunhill / ABC Years 1967 – 1971.
Mandoki Soulmates’ music may not be everyone’s cup of tea per se, but this double album is quite an adventure. . .
An underappreciated gem from the vaults of black metal, Death and the Beyond offers escapism of the most exquisite kind.
Even after all these years ‘Live After Death’ ranks is one of the greatest live albums ever.