[Kronomyth 11.0] Split Menzanera.
Half an album of faithful re-creations of rock classics + half an album of new songs for the faithful.
[Kronomyth 7.0] Vishnu Were Here.
This is mescalina rock. When I hear it my heart leaps and the little iconoclast who pushes the buttons in my brain all…
The Bed and Breakfast Club. Not that I saw the film, but I did buy the soundtrack to hear the one Townshend track.
The Monks’ second effort is more of an “actual” album that features songs, but it’s still pretty weird.
A new band of heroes emerged in the early ‘80s whose music seemed to bristle against English rule (of the airwaves anyway) while…
Kansas meets Toto, which was probably inevitable, right?
This is their Born To Run record, a third-time charmer.
True to its name, Mickey Hart’s Mystery Box turned out to be a wonderful surprise. Combining the lush vocal harmonies of Mint Juleps…
I’ve got a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell.
A musical, melodic and slightly more streamlined vision of Tangerine Dream’s electronic music at the time.
[Kronomyth 3.0] The Episode Where Icehouse Takes the Low Road and Gets Lost.
A live performance of mostly Bruford’s second album (One of a Kind) at My Father’s Place in Roslyn, NY (where apparently they get…
Either their albums are getting better or I’ve lowered my standards. Probably both.