Cold Chisel – Circus Animals

Chisel wear their hearts on their sleeves and unleash a classic in the process On the cover for their fourth studio album we see the group congregated around a lone and disused caravan somewhere in the vast and scorching Australian desert. If it weren’t for the enormous blue horizon behind them, you’d be mistaken for… Read More Cold Chisel – Circus Animals

Curtis Knight (Featuring Jimi Hendrix) – Live At George’s Club 20

Raw live tapes highlight Hendrix in his pre-fame prime There is a wealth of information and interest regarding Jimi Hendrix as a solo artist, and rightfully so. The guitarist’s unique approach and vision has rarely been bettered over the decades since his death in 1970. However what many people may not know is that before… Read More Curtis Knight (Featuring Jimi Hendrix) – Live At George’s Club 20

Billy Cobham – Spectrum

Cobham reaches into the far reaches of outer space, thanks to some quality comrades When Billy Cobham released his solo debut Spectrum in 1973, Jazz Fusion was at its peak in terms of appeal and popularity. Miles Davis was still flying high and pushing boundaries like no-one else; while a plethora of other fusion groups… Read More Billy Cobham – Spectrum

John Lennon – Walls And Bridges

Lennon’s legendary lost weekend summed up on one LP As a songwriter, John Lennon penned some of the most iconic and anthemic tunes of the 20th Century. Songs such as “All You Need Is Love,” “I Am The Walrus,” “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds,” and “Strawberry Fields” remain pristine examples of his genius. Even… Read More John Lennon – Walls And Bridges

Chuck Berry – His Best Vol 1

Roll over Beethoven Ask any teenager today who wrote “Sweet Little Sixteen” and they’ll probably say Justin Bieber. Ask the same question to any random teenager during the late 1950’s and ‘60s, and the answer would have no doubt been considerably different. Chuck Berry was to the 1950’s what Bob Dylan was throughout much of… Read More Chuck Berry – His Best Vol 1

Rod Stewart – Blondes Have More Fun

Rod sells out… well sort of By the late ‘70s, Rod Stewart was becoming ever marginalised by popular music. Punk, disco, and all that electronic warfare known as New Wave, were beginning to take their toll on many an aging rocker, and Stewart, in this respect, was no exception. Yet unlike the majority of rock… Read More Rod Stewart – Blondes Have More Fun