[Review] Lou Reed (1972)

Loaded with leftovers from Velvet Underground, Lou Reed’s first is pretty eggcellent if not quite as electrifying as Transformer.

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Steve Howe: Homebrew 3 (2005)

Kronomyth 16.0: TURBREWLENCE. Every five years or so, Steve collects all the bits and pieces from his home recording studio and releases them…

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Steve Howe: Homebrew 2 (2000)

More songs from the attic, although it appears that Steve Howe’s attic is bigger than most peoples’ homes. Common sense told me that…

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Steve Howe Discography

Howe’s superlative style, cosmic consciousness and strong songwriting provided the missing piece to Yes’ music. Together with Jon Anderson and Chris Squire, Howe…

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Steve Howe: Mothballs (1994)

Kronomyth 4.5: YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW. Prior to joining Yes, Steve Howe was busy in a number of bands including the Syndicats (rhythm &…

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Steve Howe: Turbulence (1991)

Ironically, this is the least turbulent of Steve’s solo records to date. The first two (Beginnings, TSHA) were exuberant. The ten songs featured…

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