Tafoya's Lost Boyzz - Life Review by Greg Olma Michael Tafoya has been a part of the musical landscape around Chicago since the mid-70’s. Starting with the Boyzz, moving to the B’zz, and now fronting Tafoya’s Lost Boyzz, Mike Tafoya has always kept true to good old fashioned rock.
TagYerit - Tubeman Review by Gary Hill The second album by Tag Yerit, this one is a bit less humorous than the last one. It still has some definite funny stuff, though, and carries on with the musical themes of the band; sort of a quirky combo of sounds as diverse as '60's and '50's rock, The B-52's and Blondie.
Talk Engine - Talk Engine Review by Gary Hill Do you remember Marianne Faithful's work where she basically reads poetry over some killer music? Well, if you like that sort of material, this disc is definitely for you. More
This is a pleasant disc with moments of brilliance. While the musical motifs change pretty dramatically from one point in the set to another there’s still a consistency and cohesiveness here. It’s listenable and tasty – but not really stellar.
Geoff Tate - Geoff Tate Review by Gary Hill Geoff Tate (the man) is probably best known as the lead singer of Queensryche. "Geoff Tate" (the album) is not likely to be confused with an album by Queensryche. However, why should it be? More
The Tea Party - Seven Circles Review by Bruce Stringer According to Stuart Chatwood (The Tea Party's bassist / keyboardist), this CD contains a more palatable sound as opposed to "..all the weird stuff that no-one likes to hear". More
If you like hard edged alternative indie rock, you’ll enjoy this disc. It’s got it in spades. All the songs are entertaining and Telling on Trixie seems to know how to create a disc full of music that’s both cohesive and varied.
Then There Were Two - Then There Were Two Review by Bruce Stringer Suzanne Vega bassist, Mike Visceglia, and Australian vocalist Fiona McBain have recorded a 10-track CD of covers re-arranged for bass guitar and vocals with some very interesting results. More
3rd Genesis - Vivid Light Review by Gary Hill Fans of the singer songwriter style of pop rock should enjoy this disc. It’s a cool EP that, while not exceptionally unique, delivers four good performances of accessible, acoustically based, pop rock.
38 Special - A Wild Eyed Christmas Night Review by Gary Hill When you think of Christmas music 38 Special is not really a name that pops immediately to mind. It might after you hear this CD. The group has cut loose with their take on holiday music, and it is quite an effective collection.
Thisisashakedown - Love Kills Review by Gary Hill Hailing from Ohio, Thisisashakedown is band that combines electronic house music, rock and techno to form a sound that’s not extremely unique, but is still quite cool. More
Teddy Thompson - Up Front and Down Low Review by Gary Hill Somehow I overlooked this CD when I first got it. I think it’s because I just gave a short listen and heard the seriously old time country music texture and got turned away. More
3 Kisses - Wings Review by Gary Hill Texas based 3 Kisses describes their music as alternative pop, and that pretty well sums it up. This group has a lot in common with Blondie and the Go Go's in terms of their retro brand of pop rock, but they also have a more garage sound like the indie and alternative rockers of today. More
3 Legged Dogg - Frozen Summer Review by Greg Olma This is a new project that is basically a supergroup of sorts. It is formed by former members of Dio, Quiet Riot, Lynch Mob, and David Lee Roth’s band.
Tishamingo - The Point Review by Gary Hill Tishamingo is getting a lot of exposure on the jam band circuit. They really only fit so well into that category, though. Truly their sound is firmly rooted in the bluesy rock that was so popular in the 1970's – think Cactus, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, etc. More
Tishamingo - Wear N' Tear Review by Gary Hill Alright, so first off, it is a weird name. As it turns out the name is taken from the movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
The Tossers - Agony Review by Gary Hill I've got a love/hate relationship with Celtic music. Sure, my Maternal Grandfather came over from Ireland, so it's in my blood. And when it's good it can really get you powered up.
Toto - Falling In Between Live Review by Gary Hill I’ve never seen Toto live, but I’ve always enjoyed their music. I’ve only ever owned a handful of the albums and had kind of written them off, but I’ve always respected them as musicians. More
Toto - Live In Amsterdam Review by Greg Olma I remember hearing Toto's "Hold the Line" on the radio back in the '70s. Here we are 27 years later and Toto are still going strong. More
When White City was released I remember some commotion about Pete Townsend not being able to make up his mind about what the project was going to be, using a working title of“The Deep End” for the band at one point.
Treologic - Colabo Review by Eric Meli I’ve never really listened to a lot of rap. This CD is a good one, though and I like it a lot. More
Ben Trexel - Under the Radar Review by Greg Olma There are a few names out there in the instrumental guitar world that everyone knows: Joe Satriani, Steve Via, Eric Johnson, and Paul Gilbert to name a few. A couple of new names need to be added to that list.
Tricky Bizzniss - Tricky Bizzniss Review by Rick Damigella Fans of well crafted electro-rock, take note, this is an album you should be listening to. Trixie Reiss is a name you will be hearing more and more now that this debut disc has been released.
Bruce Turgon - Outside Looking In Review by Gary Hill Well, let's just get it right out at the start - comparisons to Foreigner will abound on this one. Bruce Turgon's biggest claim to fame is probably his work in that band, in addition to playing with Foreigner vocalist Lou Gramm in Shadow King and his solo career. More
Joe Lynn Turner - Second Hand Life Review by Greg Olma Joe Lynn Turner has been a solo artist for more than 20 years now. Since Rescue You, his first, he has been coming out with his own releases, guesting on other people’s records, and even hooking up for a pair of great albums with Glenn Hughes.