If “transitional album” ever makes its way to Websters, Empire’s album cover should be pictured right next to the definition.
Gridlock. Analysis paralysis. Homeostasis. Standing still. Status quo. Whatever you call it, there’s a lot of it going around.
This album hasn’t been out of my regular rotation since the day it was released in 1987. On A Night Like This was Stanley “Buckwheat” Dural’s major label debut, but he released […]
“Who Is Meat Loaf?” could be an age test.
Rock and roll, for all of its memorable riffs and heavy beats, is really a lyric-based medium.
I never pass up compilations of dirty (or druggy) blues and jazz songs.
Foghat was one of the great boogie rock bands of the ’70s, if not the great boogie rock band.
I am overwhelmed and stressed out. Diffuser and Loudwire commitments over the next few days leave me virtually no time for anything else.
Nashville is a great town, even if my introduction to it was a little cruddy.
Life settled into a pauper’s groove. I enjoyed Record Bar but the pay was terrible, so I tried to hustle up a better job wherever I could. The guy at the end […]