Half a decade ago, the first stirrings of a true new shift in rock and roll music was felt, perhaps for the first time since 1991 with the Grunge Sound. Music both innovative and yet highly respectful of the great albums that had informed the Rock ‘n’ Roll of the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s. For one writer, it was a recapitulation for the many years of faithful devotion and careful scanning of rock magazines and increasingly tiny liner notes. His eyesight has not improved appreciably.
This volume collects the lion’s share of the in-depth album reviews written and posted with increasing rarity to the CLEARvision Studios website, where much of the author’s works were shared and vetted. There have been (some) corrections. There have been improvements and asides not seen in the original posts. And there may even be some new reviews, depending on how long it takes to get this volume formatted and edited.
Slip on your favourite pair of headphones, select your favourite beverage or substance of choice for contemplating the mysteries of life, and stroll with the author through fifty or so album reviews of music that may have, or at least should have, changed the face of popular music, if only rock radio was still as vibrant and meaningful as it was when we were kids.
|Publisher:||Lee Edward McIlmoyle|
|File size:||1 MB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Writer/Artist/Musician/Cartoonist/activist. Canadian. Married to NYC book reviewer who won't review my books. Two cats, both insane. Help.