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Ruphus – Flying Colours

First Published 1978 Polydor Reissued 2020 www.karismarecords.no www.facebook.com/KarismaRecords Polydor Formed in Oslo, Norway in 1970 - Disbanded in 1981 - Concert reunions in the 2000's My Rating 60/100 After ‘Ruphus’ had released their debut album ‘New Born Day’...

Magic Brew –Travellers

Denmark 2020 Hard Prog Rock 62mins My score 80/100 https://www.facebook.com/MagicBrewRocks> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbF03IXdH2AKYQn4j55e9LQ I must admit to having been somewhat confused as to who these guys really were. My first impression was that they...

The Spirit: Cosmic Terror (2020)

Following on from their 2017 debut album ‘Sounds From The Vortex’ and an extensive European tour with Hypocrisy and Kataklysm, the German trio released their second full-length album on February 7th through AOP Records. It is the same line-up as last time around, with...

Steve Future: 7 Cities (2018)

Steve Future (Bror Stefan Pettersson) hosts the show Östersjöblues (“Baltic Blues,” broadcast on Radio Haninge) when he is not on tour and has celebrated more than 35 years as a musician having debuted at the Kristianstad Jazz Festival back in 1984. This his latest...

Strat Andriotis: Night Manager (2018)

This 2018 album is the third in a series of Gypsy Jazz releases by acoustic guitarist Strat Andriotis, and here is he accompanied by legendary violinist Jerry Goodman, who I will always associate with Mahavishnu Orchestra although he has been in the likes of Dixie...

Zan Zone: Shorts (2013)

After I reviewed 2018’s ‘It’s Only Natural’ earlier in the year, I was then asked if maybe I would like to listen to their 2013 release ‘Shorts’ as well? I am always a glutton for punishment and added it to my highly stressed and straining review list, and I am glad I...

Al Gold: Al Gold’s Paradise (2020)

Here we have a new album from New Jersey-based bluesman Al Gold, which certainly doesn’t sound as if it is brand new (apart from the sound) as this is old school blues with nothing fancy, just plenty of emotion and strut. Working alongside him is his band the Suburban...

Albare: Two Decades of Jazz (2014)

Released towards the end of 2014, this album is exactly what it purports to be, a personal collection of tunes from Albare to celebrate his 20 years in music. It also includes music from his first two albums, ‘Acid Love’ and ‘What Goes Around Comes Around’ which at...

Albare: Albare Plays Jobim (2020)

Antônio Carlos Brasileiro de Almeida Jobim was a Brazilian composer, pianist, songwriter, arranger and singer who is widely considered to be one of the great exponents of Brazilian music. He had a huge influence on a young Albare who saw the 1959 film ‘Orfeu Negro’...

Biff Byford: School of Hard Knocks (2020)

A little over 40 years ago I experienced my first ever hard rock/metal gig when I went to Torquay Town Hall to witness Saxon on their Wheels of Steel Tour, supported by Tygers of Pan Tang. If I thought my head been blown to pieces by TOPT nothing prepared me for Saxon...


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    by Roger Trenwith on July 11, 2020 at 6:00 pm

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    by Roger Trenwith on July 9, 2020 at 6:00 pm

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