Nazareth - Boogaloo Review by Gary Hill In the `70`s Nazareth were one of the premier bands in the field of fun, solid rock and roll music. As time wore on, they seemed to struggle in trying to redefine their sound.
Nazareth - The Newz Review by G. W. Hill I’ve always loved Nazareth. Their blend of hard rock with a gritty edge to it never seems to disappoint. More
Willie Nelson - Songbird Review by Gary Hill I’ve always had a deep respect for Willie Nelson’s rugged individuality and refusal to compromise his beliefs. Isn’t that what being an American is supposed to be about?
Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Ray Price - Last of the Breed Volume I Review by Gary Hill Whether you like country music or not, you have to have a deep respect for this double disc set. In an era of over-produced pop music that passes itself off as various genres – country in this instance - three greats of the early era of the musical style have gotten together to record an album deeply rooted in the old traditional flavor of country music.
Network - Network / Nightwork Review by Gary Hill Perhaps this is the first time you heard of Network. The band should have been huge, but something went wrong. More
Mark Newman - Must Be A Pony Review by Gary Hill Fans of ‘70’s styled guitar rock rejoice – there’s a new hero in town and his name is Mark Newman. If you are a fan of such bands as Led Zeppelin, The Allman Brothers and Bad Company you really need to get your hands on this disc.
Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine Review by Rick Damigella I am sitting down to write this one month and a day from the 20th anniversary of the release of Pretty Hate Machine - an epochal day if there ever was one. More
Ted Nugent - Love Grenade Review by Greg Olma What can you say about Ted Nugent that hasn’t already been said? I have followed his career since Double Live Gonzo and rarely has he disappointed. More
Ted Nugent - Sweden Rocks Review by Gary Hill Whatever you think of Ted Nugent, the man has produced some of the most recognizable guitar solos in the world.
Ted Nugent - Full Bluntal Nugity Review by Gary Hill Recorded live in Detroit on New Years Eve 2000-2001, this is all out gonzo Nugent. There is no great risk being taken here with much of this material being straight up classic Ted. More
Ted Nugent - Penetrator Review by Gary Hill This disc seems to find Ted Nugent in the middle of identity crisis. Originally released in the 1980’s, it’s one of a series of newly reissued albums.
Gary Numan - Jagged Review by Lorraine Kay This long awaited Gary Numan CD Jagged is sure to become a classic with every track strong and thought provoking. The entire CD has the feel of a black and white, kind of artsy European film with a lot of scenes in dark narrow streets. More
Gary Numan - Pure Review by Gary Hill Gary Numan pretty much embodied the ‘80’s moody electronic branch of what at the time was called “new wave”. From his incredibly original band Tube Way Army to his solo career and its quirky hits, Numan represented the quintessential cool European techno-popper of that decade. More