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Bill Golembeski

Member Since Monday, 02 January 2017
Last here Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Last post 1 Oct 2019

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3 Jul 2019

Kevin, as always, what a nice list! But i'll add Tony Kaye's One Live Badger album and Fairports's House Full. You know your stuff.

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5 Jun 2019

Thanks for the comment. Yeah they are all great, "Haircut" is brilliantly weird after the somewhat commercial Schizo, with that amazing second side that echoes the strange heady stuff on Mad Shadows. I really like Dirty Laundry. I love Artful Dodger. And his new Fingers Crossed is as great as anything he has ever done. But again, thanks for the comment.

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31 May 2019

What a great list of odd albums! Your record collection and mine must be twins separated at birth! This is all great stuff.

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23 Mar 2019

Kevin: You know your stuff! Nice review. And don't forget, July gave us Tony Duhig and Jon Field of Jade Warrior! Tom Newman's Faerie Symphony is pretty great, too.

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22 Nov 2018

Mark: Thanks for reading. Yeah! What a day in a pet store! And Alejandro's new album takes some time, but it is a work of art. Again, thanks for reading.

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9 Jul 2018

Early Genesis...awful? We are talking about "Supper's Ready," "Get'em Out by Friday," "Visions of Angels," and "The Musical Box." I weep for humanity! All prog nay -sayers, take heed: you will be the first devoured when that Giant Hogweed returns!

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18 Mar 2018

Jeff, thanks for the kind words. It is such a privilege to be reviewing these wonderful albums.

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26 Feb 2018

Thanks, doc. You are right. But what an intense song. And thanks for reading.

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20 Dec 2017

And white swans swim in the river. And there is a Shakespeare festival. There is also an Oxford and a London.

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18 Sep 2017

Thanks for reading Mark. I was lucky to be the one to review this great album. Ralph McTell (born Ralph May) took his stage name from Blind Willie McTell. Ralph is a British folk icon who wrote "Streets of London." He was a part of that British blues revival in the 60's.

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