Little Feat – Feats Don’t Fail Me Now

Stellar collection of swamp blues and funk by the one and only ’70s sextet Feats Don’t Fail Me Now was the fourth, and some say, the best album of Little Feat’s career. Although trying to pick the band’s finest LP would be akin to picking one’s favourite finger. Each Little Feat record from the Lowell… Read More Little Feat – Feats Don’t Fail Me Now

Jimi Hendrix – Hear My Music

Nocturnal experiments compiled on CD for the first time While none of the recordings contained on this release were ever intended to be heard outside of Jimi’s inner sanctum, Hear My Music, issued on Experience Hendrix’s Dagger label, provides valuable insight into the ever fertile imagination of the 20th Century’s greatest electric guitarist. What has… Read More Jimi Hendrix – Hear My Music

Golden Miles – Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974

Exemplary compilation of Oz Rock’s glory years For anyone who is well familiar with the Australian progressive-rock scene of the late ‘60s early ‘70s, then Golden Miles – Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974, issued on the Raven label, is essential. And even for those who weren’t there, but are interested in the alternative Oz music world,… Read More Golden Miles – Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974

Ale Torriggino – Blue Light

Hope, war and happiness intermingle on Argentinian singer-songwriter’s latest LP After listening to Alejandro Torriggino’s latest album, Blue Light, it is obvious that this talented singer-songwriter from Argentina has grown considerably since his superb debut Sureste, an album which took the listener back to the days of classic Neil Young and the sunny, reflective climes… Read More Ale Torriggino – Blue Light

Dirty Three – Ocean Songs

Peaceful, turbulent, majestic fourth album by Melbourne trio For anyone who hasn’t heard, or who is unfamiliar with The Dirty Three, then you don’t know what you’re missing, because this trio of instrumentalists from Melbourne, Australia were, at least for a time, one of the world’s best kept musical secrets, and perhaps still are, since… Read More Dirty Three – Ocean Songs

Diesel – The Lobbyist

Stylish blend of Blues-Rock and white Soul for the ’90s Eager to cash in on the huge success of his first solo album (or second if you count 1989’s Johnny Diesel & The Injectors), 1992’s Hepfidelity, Diesel (real name Mark Lizotte) was under pressure to release a follow up. But since he didn’t have enough… Read More Diesel – The Lobbyist