Ricky Warwick - Love Many Trust Few Review by Gary Hill Listening to this disc I never would have pictured Ricky Warwick to be from Ireland. Truly his Mellencamp like roots rock approach conjures up images of the Southern United States far more than of the Green Isle. More
Westworld - Westworld Review by Brian Angotti Westworld started out as a side project, but has quickly become a highly acclaimed musical act. Westworld's debut album, simply titled Westworld, is a great new rock-n-roll album for the new millennium.
White Witch - White Witch Review by Gary Hill The debut album from this southern band, this one showed very strong prog leanings, and really, with a few exceptions, holds up well even after this much time. More
White Witch - A Spiritual Greeting Review by Gary Hill Released in the early `70`s this album has recently been reissued on CD. Long a cult classic band, White Witch combined hard rock with prog elements and a sense of mystery. More
Vanessa Williams - Silver and Gold Review by Gary Hill With Silver and Gold Vanessa Williams has put in a strong, if not entirely consistent holiday release. The disc has quite a few strong points, and very few songs that are weak. More
Brian Wilson - Smile Review by Steve Alspach Some albums have been labeled ahead of their time, but this one takes the cake. The quantum leap that Brian Wilson tried to take between the "Fun, Fun, Fun" Beach Boys of two years prior to this sprawling paean to American music left him severely fried and made for great fodder for rumors and speculation. More
Wooster Sang - Wooster Sang Review by Gary Hill In a mode that is both modern and nostalgic this is a very good rock album. At times various influences show through, most notably Lenny Kravitz and The Black Crowes, but in many ways, Wooster Sang has their own particular flavor.