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  • Golden Earring: Seven Tears/Moontan/Eight Miles High/To the Hilt/Switch/Golden Earring- this Dutch act is one of those bands where they are known for 1, maybe 2 songs, but a good chunk of their repertoire is much better than the hits. Love the early material, which is very solid early '70s heavy rock with bits of prog and psych thrown in for good measure. Underrated band!!

  • Erik Norlander: Surreal- great new album from the keyboard virtuoso!

  • Blackfoot: Southern Native- I've really warmed up to this album, and though it ain't really 'Blackfoot' , Mr. Medlocke did produce, co-write, and play guitar, so that does count for something. Fun modern Southern rock!

  • CIRCA: Valley of the Windmill- sure wish Yes would put out material like this. A very strong effort from Billy Sherwood & Co. !

  • Anderson/Stolt: Invention of Knowledge- speaking of albums I wish Yes would put out, here's another one, a great collaboration between former Yes vocalist Jon Anderson and Flower Kings/Transatlantic guitarist Roine Stolt. Classic sounding melodic prog!

  • Whitford St. Holmes: Reunion- they're back! A very good hard rocking set...why is is that Aerosmith can't make a record this good?

  • Scorpion Child: Acid Roulette- man, is this album good or what?

  • Hawkwind: The Machine Stops- latest concept album by the British space rock legends is their best in ages. Don't believe me? Go check it out!

  • Fates Warning: Theories of Flight- totally digging this latest from the prog metal veterans. Catchy, heavy, and certainly proggy. Best release since A Pleasant Shade of Grey!

  • Santana: Blues for Salvador- listed pretty much as a Carlos Santana solo album, this was, for all intents and purposes, just a stellar band album, featuring some amazing guitar work and great tunes, mostly instrumental.

  • Journey: Raised on Radio- hard to believe I've never owned this album until recently, the only Journey album that was missing from my collection. Really good mid '80s arena rock.

  • Uriah Heep: Very 'Eavy Very 'Umble- well, I can never get enough Heep, and their debut is still a classic!
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