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Sade - Stronger than Pride (Vinyl Reissue)
Review by Gary Hill
Sade might be the lead singer’s first name, but it is actually a band.

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George St. Clair - Ballads of Captivity and Freedom
Review by Gary Hill

This set seems to be a concept album in some ways. At least, at lot of the songs are about Native American history.


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Saint Mars - Love Ghost (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

So much modern music is overproduced to the point of feeling "fake." I doubt anyone will accuse this song of that.


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Alan B. Salisbury - Dream and Believe (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill
This is both a Christmas song and children’s song.

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Santana - Shaman
Review by Gary Hill
Carlos Santana has certainly had a long and wonderful career, and with the talent and spirit of the man he deserves it. His most recent effort is Shaman.

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Gary Santarella - Unconditional Love
Review by Gary Hill
I came into this album with a really positive bias toward it because I love the cover.

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Cinco Santos - Duplicidad
Review by Gary Hill
I like this set a lot. The quickest explanation for the type of music within would be to call it “Latin music.”

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Mary Sarah - and Friends – Bridges
Review by Gary Hill
Mary Sarah is only 18 years old.

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Jennifer Saran - Merry Christmas, You Are Loved
Review by Gary Hill
This new holiday release is pretty cool.

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Jennifer Saran - Wake Up
Review by Gary Hill
Jennifer Saran's new album includes guests like Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Carlos Santana and Narada Michael Walden. I previously reviewed her Christmas album.

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Jennifer Saran - Soulful Christmas
Review by Gary Hill

When it comes to jazzy, adult contemporary type music, Jennifer Saran's vocals are just about the best around these days.


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Owen Sartori - Nobody Gives a Damn
Review by Gary Hill
This is such a cool album. Not everything here blows me away, but nothing here is really lacking, either.

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Joe Satriani - Dreaming #11
Review by Josh Turner
When the topic of guitar shredders comes up the same names are usually mentioned. In the early years of progressive music, there was Robert Fripp.
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Savage Garden - Savage Garden
Review by Gary Hill
Several backing musicians join this Australian duo (Darren Hayes and Daniel Jones) on this album. R & B/Dance music has never been a style to which I have been drawn.
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Sawtooth Brothers - One More Flight
Review by Gary Hill
It would be pretty simple to just label this “bluegrass music.” The bulk of the disc fits nicely into that category.

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Michael Schenker - Michael Schenker's Temple of Rock - Bridge The Gap
Review by Mike Korn
I have a shocking confession to make. I have never really been a huge Michael Schenker fanuntil now.

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Michael Schenker - Fest: Live Tokyo International Forum Hall A
Review by Gary Hill
This double live CD set captures a special event - Michael Schenker performing one show with three singers who recorded some of his most influential albums with him.

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Mark Schirmacher - Losing Things
Review by Gary Hill
Americana is the order of business here. More often than not this is folk music.
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Elliot Schneider - Better A Fool Than Aloof
Review by Gary Hill
A pop rock album, much of this feels quite retro in texture.

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Elliot Schneider - Don't Put All Your Eggs In One Basketcase
Review by Gary Hill
Elliot Schneider has been plying his musical trade for a long time. He played his music for Les Paul in the late 1960s.

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Manfred Schoof Quintet - The Munich Recordings 1966
Review by Gary Hill
This jazz album is pretty cool.

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Richard Schroder - Drive
Review by Gary Hill
This disc has a pretty wide range of sounds. Parts of it land firmly in country music territory.

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J.W. Schuller - No Mud in Joyville
Review by Gary Hill

This is a very interesting set. It's odd, but also very entertaining. It's just a lot of fun.


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Dirk Schwenk & The Truth - Along the Road
Review by Gary Hill

This act looks to groups like The Eagles for musical reference. At least that's what the official buzz around them says.


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Scoti*Slate - Good Fight
Review by Gary Hill
This is quite an interesting set.

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Scott A.F. - Under Your Skin
Review by Gary Hill
The mix of sounds here has a healthy dosage of electronic music built into it. .

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Seanloui - Tell Me (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill
This new single is intriguing. It's not overly unique or original. It works well, though.

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Secret Policeman’s Ball - Teenage Crimewave
Review by Gary Hill
This album seems to run between alternative rock, noisy sounds that wander between punk and shoe-gaze and progressive rock.

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Scotty Seed - Single
Review by Gary Hill

The music here is definitely hard to pin down. We get electronic dance music on a couple of the tracks.


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Pete Seeger - Sing Out America! The Best of Pete Seeger
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve never been a huge fan of Pete Seeger, but you really have to admire the influence he has had on music over the years.

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Jason Sees Band - A Single Frame Passing Through the Light
Review by Gary Hill
This set seems to have boundaries that include progressive rock, jam band sound, psychedelia, alternative rock and much more..

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Segregates - Burston
Review by Gary Hill
There's no missing the fact that these guys are big Motorhead fans. The title of the album refers to Michael "Wurzel" Burston to whom the album is dedicated.

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Seneko - True Dimension
Review by Gary Hill

The sound here is certainly unique. This music seems to blend modern alternative rock based stuff with country and more.


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Seneko - Soul Numbers
Review by Gary Hill

There is a real timeless quality here. This feels very much like it could have been released in the 1970s.


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Sereda - I Got You (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

I have to say that I'm not a big fan of a lot of modern pop music. This new single from Sereda, though, is an exception to that rule.


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Sevendust - Time Travelers & Bonfires
Review by Gary Hill
This is a new acoustic album from Sevendust.

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The Shack Band - America
Review by Gary Hill
This is kind of hard to classify.

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Shae - Can You Feel the Music
Review by Gary Hill
Overall this is more or less modern dance type pop music.

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The Shams - One and All
Review by Gary Hill
Celtic rock with a punk element seems to be almost a cliché.

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William Shatner - Has Been
Review by Gary Hill
I have to confess to being a huge Star Trek fan. That is what drew me to William Shatner's first CD, The Transformed Man,
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She Bears - We Will Be Fossils
Review by Gary Hill
What an intriguing set this is. It’s cut from the alternative/college rock cloth.

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Jillian Shea - Talk Too Loud (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

I need to allay some confusion here. I've previously released another single from this artist.


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T.G. Sheppard - Legendary Friends & Country Duets
Review by Gary Hill
This album has a lot of great songs.

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Shindigs - Ch ill a nd
Review by Gary Hill

In some ways this occupies a lot of the same territory as the music of Gary Wilson. It has a lot of the same charms.


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Shoot - On the Frontier (colored vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill

Jim McCarty was probably the biggest claim to fame of this group. This band was formed after his work in the Yardbirds and the original version of Renaissance.


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Shrek is Love - Shrek is Love, Vol 1: This Is My Swamp
Review by Gary Hill
I have to guess that these guys really like Shrek. I mean, they named their act after the character and every song on this EP is based on the movie.

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Sidewave - Glass Giant
Review by Gary Hill
Alternative rock is probably the one consistent element here.

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The Sidney Green Street Band - Half Live
Review by Gary Hill
The first thing to mention here is that there is no Sidney Green Street in this band. Sidney Greenstreet was a British actor and the band sort of borrowed the name.

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Siena Root - Pioneers
Review by Gary Hill
If you are a fan of the hard rock that came out in the late 60s to mid 70s, you will probably love this.

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(Silence) - In Progress
Review by Gary Hill

This three song EP is quite cool. The music here borders modern electronic progressive rock of acts like Porcupine Tree and The Pineapple Thief.


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Silverhead - Silverhead
Review by Gary Hill
This is a reissue of the self-titled album from Michael Des Barres' first band. There is very much a glam vibe here.

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Silverhead - Micheal Des Barres and Silverhead - Live at the Rainbow London
Review by Gary Hill
This is a new reissue from Sliverhead. The first tracks are the original live album.

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Silverhead - 16 & Savaged
Review by Gary Hill
Silverhead was a band fronted by Michael Des Barres. Purple Music has just reissued three of their albums with a lot of bonus tracks.

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Jeri Silverman - Leaflike
Review by Gary Hill
There is a gentle beauty to this set. It also showcases a lot of artistry.

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Jeri Silverman - Dear Life
Review by Gary Hill

This is the second set from Jeri Silverman that I have reviewed. The mix of sounds here lands somewhere between folk music, pop rock and other rock sounds.


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Anne Simone - Bittersweet
Review by Gary Hill
The vocals are what really sell this EP.

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Park Sipes - Rise Above
Review by Gary Hill
Parts of this set lean toward heavy metal. The majority, though, is in the vein of modern pop rock.

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Sir Cadian Rhythm - Sir Cadian Rhythm
Review by Gary Hill
The quickest description of this would be “alternative rock.”

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Sister Hazel - Lift
Review by Gary Hill
There is something to be said for the charm of leaving a few rough edges around both songwriting and production.
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Six Mile Grove - Million Birds
Review by Gary Hill

There are a couple ways you can stand out as an artist.


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The 69 Cats - Transylvanian Tapes
Review by Gary Hill
There is a cool type of music that has a dark, spooky take on rockabilly at its heart.

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The Skirts - The Skirts
Review by Gary Hill
This is a short CD by the band which is fronted by Linnea Quigley. The music here is fun and punky, at times coming across a bit like the Ramones, at other times a bit like the Runaways, and even very old Blondie.

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Skold - Never Is Now
Review by Gary Hill

It's hard to review something like this without mentioning Nine Inch Nails. Really NIN probably is at the heart of the entire industrial, techno style of music.


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Skunk Anansie - Post Orgasmic Chill
Review by Gary Hill
Combining hard rock elements with pop, space rock, and punk layers, this album shows a very versatile and talented band that will not be tied to one musical style. All the musicians put in strong performances, but Skin`s vocals often steal the show. 
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Sky Orchid - Oculus
Review by Gary Hill

If you like alternative rock based styled sounds, there is plenty to like about this. It's a mainstream rock set with a good range of texture.


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Slang - Devastation in the Void
Review by Gary Hill
This is a set from Japanese punk rock legends Slang.

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The Slang - The Slang
Review by Gary Hill
While this isn’t Earth shattering in terms of creativity or impact, it is definitely fresh sounding in a lot of ways.

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The Slang - Night and Day
Review by Gary Hill
There is really some cool alternative rock built into this EP.

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Slaughter and the Dogs - Vicious
Review by Gary Hill
Punk rock and roots rock seem to meet here.

           


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Slaughter and the Dogs - Tokyo Dogs
Review by Gary Hill

The concept of doing a track by track review for a punk album is a bit absurd. Still, all Music Street Journal's album reviews are track by track, so here we are.


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Sleep Science - Sounds of the Underground (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

Here is a brand new single from a band called "Sleep Science." If you dig alternative hard rockers, you are likely to enjoy this.


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Slim Loris - Future Echoes and Past Replays
Review by Gary Hill
This is quite a cool disc. It covers a wide range of musical territory and does it all quite effectively.

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Sly & Robbie - Stepper Takes the Taxi
Review by Gary Hill
Some people really hate dub-step. I’m not sure I’ve ever heard it before.

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Smashmouth - Fush Yu Mang
Review by Gary Hill
While this album is certainly not a progressive rock album, it contains one aspect common to much progressive rock, the melding of varied musical styles into one coherent work.

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Neal Smith - Killsmith and the Greenfire Empire
Review by Gary Hill
Neal Smith is probably best known for his work with Alice Cooper. 

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Will Smith - Big Willie Style
Review by Gary Hill
As Eminem once pointed out, "Will Smith doesn't have to swear to sell records". Non-vulgar rap/hip hop is certainly a rarity these days, but Smith pulls it off.

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SNAFU (UK) - Live Nottingham 1976 (vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill

This live album captures SNAFU at their peak. The group played a form of soulful, funky blues rock with some jazz and more in the mix.


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SNAFU (USA) - Present Day Plague
Review by Gary Hill
I like the way this album is divided with bits of almost atmospheric music with spoken parts over the top distributed at various points.

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The Snaggs - Hot Tomato
Review by Gary Hill
The Snaggs are a band you may not have heard of, but if you like modern pop rock, you probably should give them a chance. If you are a Cheap Trick fan, you might find a reason to give them a listen, too. 


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Snakecharmer - Snakecharmer
Review by Larry Toering
Snakecharmer consists of former Whitesnake members Neil Murray and Micky Moody, along with others, namely Adam Wakeman on keyboards.

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SO - Echo Park
Review by Gary Hill
This hip hop EP is a mixed bag. Two songs are extremely good.

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Society of Broken Souls - Midnight and the Pale
Review by Gary Hill

There is a big roots music movement under way. This fits well into that concept.


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The Soft Underground - Lost in Translation
Review by Gary Hill
This is an unusual set.

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Solveig and Stevie - Zombie Lover EP
Review by Gary Hill
This EP is classy.

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Jeff Scott Soto - Lost In The Translation
Review by Greg Olma

I have always thought that it was a crime that Jeff Scott Soto is not mentioned in the same breath as David Coverdale, Robert Plant, and all of the other greats.


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Soul Asylum - Delayed Reaction
Review by Larry Toering
Any time six years go by, it's going to be interesting to hear what a band that has been around long enough is going to come up with.

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Soul Messengers - Vision & Faith
Review by Gary Hill

This is a new release from a modern Australian band. I started the review with that statement because if you just start spinning this, it will definitely not be apparent.


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Sound of Curves - Gone Gatsby
Review by Gary Hill
These guys land in the territory of the modern alternative rock based pop music. Much of the music here is a bit on the generic side within that heading.

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Sound Strider - Intrepid Travels
Review by Gary Hill
This EP is described as a tribute to Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters and each song has links to that (most of the time through spoken samples at the very least).

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Sound/s/lab - The Future of Extinctions
Review by Gary Hill
This is very much set in an electronic new-wave type of territory.

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The Source (South Dakota, USA) - I Feel I Need
Review by Gary Hill
This album lands somewhere in the neighborhood of bluesy hard rock with an alternative edge. There are hints of folk music, country and more in the mix.

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The Sours - The Sours
Review by Gary Hill
This is a cool album. It’s more or less folk music, but there is quite a bit of range within that concept.

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Karen Souza - Velvet Vault
Review by Gary Hill

The cover might give you the impression that Karen Souza is a jazz torch singer. While some of the music here is definitely jazz, not all of it is.


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Space Apaches - Smokin' Voyages
Review by Gary Hill
This is a crazy ride. It has a lot of psychedelia built into it, but it doesn’t start there.

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Spacebear - Straight for the Sun
Review by Gary Hill
This is quite an effective modern rock set. The only real problem is that taken as a whole album, it has a tendency toward feeling a bit monolithic.

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Jillian Shea Spaeder - Barely Changed (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

This new single is sure to appeal to fans of modern pop coming from other female artists. It feels similar in tone and style to a lot of that stuff.


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Billie Jo Spears - C'est La Vie
Review by Gary Hill

This is a new release of an album that was recorded in 1982. You really don't have to know that when you listen to it because the sound makes it clear that this is a product of a previous decade.


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Sonny Spectrum - Sonny Spectrum EP
Review by Gary Hill
This four track EP is pretty impressive.

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Chris Spedding - Joyland
Review by Gary Hill
This album has a lot of guest performers. It has about as many different styles and moods, too.

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Jillian Speer - Daggers and Suede
Review by Gary Hill
This set isn’t always completely successful, but it’s always entertaining.

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Luke Spehar - The Pilgrim
Review by Gary Hill

This new set seems to create a sound that's both traditional and modern. It's set within the new roots music revival.


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Jeremy Spencer - Coventry Blue
Review by Gary Hill
The latest by Jeremy Spencer, this is a bit of mixed bag.

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Sponge - Demoed in Detroit 1997-98
Review by Gary Hill

This disc is quite strong. There are a couple tunes that don't work as well for me, but overall, this is effective.


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Spooky Tooth - Nomad Poets: Live In Germany 2004
Review by Gary Hill
Although this is my first exposure to this material, it is apparently a reissue of an out of print live album.

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Jonathan Sprout - American Heroes 4
Review by Gary Hill
It can sometimes be a daunting task to review children’s albums.

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The Standells - Bump
Review by Gary Hill
How many bands have forty five years between studio recordings?

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Stank Willie - History
Review by Gary Hill
Recorded with their horn section The Red Hots (who technically are credited in the name on the CD. This reviewer left that off for brevity in the title of the page), this album is an interesting one in many ways.
 

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James Lee Stanley - The Apocaloptimist
Review by Gary Hill
I love James Lee Stanley’s blend of sounds.

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James Lee Stanley - Alive at Last: In Philadelphia
Review by Gary Hill
James Lee Stanley's music occupies a territory in the area where folk and singer/songwriter and rock all meet.

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Michael Stanley - The Ride
Review by Gary Hill
This is a great disc, plain and simple.

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Michael Stanley - The Job
Review by Gary Hill
This is such a great album.

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Michael Stanley - And Then...
Review by Gary Hill
You really can’t go wrong with Michael Stanley. The man consistently releases solid material.

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Michael Stanley - The Compact Michael Stanley
Review by Gary Hill
This compilation set is classy stuff. Of course, you can say that about anything Michael Stanley does.

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Neville Staple - Ska Crazy
Review by Gary Hill
Neville Staple is probably best known for his work in The Specials.

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Neville Staple - Return of Judge Roughneck
Review by Gary Hill
Neville Staple is probably best known as part of the reggae band The Specials. This solo album finds him landing mostly in the same kind of territory as that group.

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Ellen Starski - The Days When Peonies Prayed for the Ants
Review by Gary Hill

Ellen Starski has produced an exceptional disc. This one might actual make its way into my "best of 2018" list.


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Status Quo - The Frantic Four Reunion 2013
Review by Gary Hill
Status Quo is one of those legendary bands that are more or less a cult group.

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Status Quo - The Frantic Four's Final Fling - Live at Dublin 02 Arena
Review by Gary Hill
Some bands create songs that are distinctive and unique. Some acts make music that’s complex and genre shattering.

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Anne Steele - What’s Mine
Review by Gary Hill
The easiest description here is “pop music.”

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Anne Steele - Love Will Take Us There (Digital Single)
Review by Gary Hill

Here is a brand new single. This is such a cheerful cut.


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Anne Steele - Made Out Of Stars
Review by Gary Hill

Anyone who knows me well knows that, in general, I'm not a big fan of pop music. I tend to always like the deeper cuts better on albums, the ones that don't get heard as much.


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The Step Kings - 3 The Hard Way
Review by Mike Korn
Yo! Listen up, youse guys! Dis here is da latest plate from da Step Kings, 3 tough-lookin' mooks from Noo Yawk who been crankin' out a rough and ready brand of rock for a few years now.
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T. M. Stevens - Shocka Zooloo
Review by Gary Hill
Although this disc was released worldwide in 2001, it is just now being put out in the US, so I am considering it a 2003 release.

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Don Stevenson - Buskin' in the Subway
Review by Gary Hill

Don Stevenson was a founding member of Moby Grape, and that would probably lead people to expect to hear late 60s, early 70s styled music here. Well, that's what we get, but there is quite a bit of variety.


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Gregg Stewart - TwentySixteen
Review by Gary Hill
This brand new album from Gregg Stewart is really a work of inspiration. Stewart has created his own versions of songs from artists who died in 2016 - hence the title.

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Gregg Stewart - Gregg Stewart
Review by Gary Hill
I've reviewed Gregg Stewart's new album in this issue of Music Street Journal, too. This was his debut.

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Russ Still and the Moonshiners - Still Cookin'
Review by Gary Hill
This is a cool set of songs. As someone who came of age in the 1970s, this really demonstrates how musical labels have changed over the years.

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Russ Still and the Moonshiners - Bootleg (Batch 432)
Review by Gary Hill

I previously reviewed a set from this act and really enjoyed it. Well, this one doesn't disappoint.


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The Stollers - Stationary Sun
Review by Gary Hill
This is an intriguing set. There is a real classic element at play, but they make a lot of wiggle room around that.

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Stoney - More than Animals
Review by Gary Hill
I like this album a lot. Parts of it land pretty close to modern progressive rock like Radiohead.

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Jeffery Michael Straker - Vagabond
Review by Gary Hill
I really like this set a lot. It combines modern sounds with older ones to create something that’s familiar and yet fresh.

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Strange Karma - Cold Blooded (vinyl LP)
Review by Gary Hill
I reviewed an earlier CD from these guys and really liked it a lot. I said that they were hard to pin down sound-wise.

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StrangeJuice - Raising Cannibals
Review by Gary Hill

This release is entertaining and quite cool. It's also hard to pin down in terms of style.


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Stray - Live at the Marquee
Review by Gary Hill

This is a new reissue of a live album from the 1980s. The band was known for the live shows, and had released their first album in 1970, but never before released a live album.


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Sammy Strittmatter - Get out of the City
Review by Gary Hill

This new set should appeal to fans of the modern school of electronically based alternative rock styled pop music. The bulk of the set lands in that general style.


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Styx - Styxworld Live
Review by Gary Hill
This live disc from the latest lineup of Styx should please long-time fans, but it really does have a few flaws. The first flaw is the lack of Dennis DeYoung.
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The Suburbs - Hey Muse!
Review by Gary Hill
Apparently this act has been around for a while. I don't think I've ever heard of them before.

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Sugarman - After the Blackout
Review by Gary Hill
This is a solid alternative rock album.

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Summer Rain - Tye Dye
Review by Gary Hill
There is a certain sound that bands from the midwest have, especially on the vocals. All you have to do is listen to such diverse groups as Cheap Trick, Off Broadway and Enuff Znuff to hear what I mean.
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Sundogs - Legends In Their Own Minds
Review by Gary Hill

In a lot of ways this feels like something that would have been at home on the radio in the 1970s. The music here most often calls to mind Steely Dan, but there are plenty of other retro reference points built into it.


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Sunn 0))) - White 1
Review by Mike Korn
Readers, it's pretty hard to describe what this album sounds like, but the term "music" is applied very loosely! I would not call it heavy metal either, though it is marketed through a mostly metal label.

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Sunset Black - Common Ground
Review by Gary Hill
Common Ground shows a band that seems a bit green and in-experienced, but with a lot of potential. If these guys do it right, expect great things from them.

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Supersuckers - Get the Hell
Review by Gary Hill
Who knew that anger could be so much fun?

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Supertramp - Some Things Never Change
Review by Gary Hill
Although Roger Hodgson is no longer in the band, this album certainly proves that Supertramp can work their particular form of magic without him. One really does not miss Hodgson on this disc.
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The Survival Code - Broken Strings
Review by Gary Hill
The three songs here are high energy alternative rock.

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Gavin Sutherland - Wireless Connection
Review by Gary Hill

This is an album that feels like it could have been released on the late 1960s or early 1970s. It's set in a folk music style that definite calls to mind artists like The Band and Bob Dylan and others of that ilk.


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Kiefer Sutherland - Down in a Hole
Review by Gary Hill
I've always liked Kiefer Sutherland as an actor, but I wasn't sure what to expect from him in terms of music.

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Swampboots - Space and Time / Pickup on 95th Street
Review by Gary Hill
The mix of sounds on this two song release is pretty intriguing.

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Swearingen and Kelli - The Marrying Kind
Review by Gary Hill
This is a duo made up of AJ Swearingen and Jayne Kelli. They are not only a musical partnership, but a married couple.

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Sweat Band - Sweat Band
Review by Gary Hill
Okay, the name might be clever, but it’s also a little obvious.

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Sweet - Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be
Review by Gary Hill
This new reissue features both extra tracks on the main disc and a second disc of early recordings.

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The Sweet Colleens - 10 Mona Lisas
Review by Gary Hill

This is quite a cool album. It has a lot of roots music in place.


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Swelo - Helvetica
Review by Gary Hill
This is very much artsy music. At times it’s strange.

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Syre & Fresko - Gonna See Miracles
Review by Gary Hill
This Australian outfit produces a sound that’s modern, but also classic. They have a dichotomy in terms of both male and female vocals, too.

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