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It Hurts To Be In Love

Dan Hartman’s restless artistry took yet another twist with 1981’s It Hurts To Be In Love, which plays as a tribute to classic Brill ... continue reading

Acid Bubblegum

“I don’t appeal to the masses and they don’t appeal to me” – Graham Parker, “Sharpening Axes” Originally released on CD in 1996 on ... continue reading

Dance of the Age of Enlightenment

David Sancious recorded his most ambitious album, Dance of the Age of Enlightenment, in 1976, accompanied by Tone. Conceived as a ballet in four ... continue reading

Duke Jupiter 1

Duke Jupiter truly hit its stride after it slimmed down its lineup to 4 members, cranked up the amps, and signed with the Coast ... continue reading

Packet of Three

“First of all, I’d like to thank you for coming here this evening. Secondly, I’d like to thank Radio Capital for allowing me to ... continue reading

Gimme You

For his 1981 Columbia encore album Gimme You, Billy Burnette stepped away from the stripped-down attack of its eponymous predecessor to incorporate a fuller ... continue reading

Billy Burnette

Sky-high energy leaps from every track on Billy Burnette’s eponymous 1980 album for Columbia Records. Burnette had been recording for nearly two decades—since he ... continue reading


Rick Springfield seemed to be on a fast track to stardom by 1974. He had it all: a batch of well-crafted commercially viable songs, ... continue reading

In the Skies

After departing Fleetwood Mac in 1970 then disappearing from the music scene altogether shortly thereafter under a cloud of drug and mental health issues, ... continue reading

The Son of Rock and Roll

Seldom has an album title rung as true as The Son of Rock and Roll. Rocky Burnette grew up around the music from day ... continue reading