Browsing Archives of - 2016 October

Charity Brown – “Rock Me”

Charity Brown – “Rock Me”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “Making records and performing have always been foremost in Charity’s life. With “ROCK ME”, her first album, you’ll hear her three powerhouse hits, “JIMMY MACK”, “YOU BEAT ME TO THE PUNCH” and “TAKE ME IN YOUR ARMS”, but you’ll feel her power and sensitive rapport with a song.” Personal Review:... Read More »

The Atonement Quartet & “Big Lew” Garrison ‎– “The Atonement Quartet Featuring “Big Lew” Garrison”

The Atonement Quartet & “Big Lew” Garrison ‎– “The Atonement Quartet Featuring “Big Lew” Garrison”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  I think it might be safe to say that Big Lew is the big on the far left.  The album opens with the track “The Eastern Gate” – and well, it’s all very vocal… the piano playing is a bit too upbeat, but the vocal dynamic of... Read More »

Holy Cow – Four Big Hits

Holy Cow – Four Big HitsThe Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  Flipping through a record bin, and you stop you a cover with a redneck, a guy who looks like he could costar along Bronson Pinchot in “Perfect Strangers” and then Marv from “Home Alone” – are you really going to pass that up? The bands name is... Read More »

Paul Henry Dallaire ‎– “Princess Maggie Of The North / Goin Back To Moosonee”

Paul Henry Dallaire ‎– “Princess Maggie Of The North / Goin Back To Moosonee”The Sleeve:   The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  This one comes from Paul Henry Dallaire of Timmins, a local(ish) musician and former funeral director.  The A-Side is “Princess Maggie of the North” and it opens a bit weird with some light drumming and some inaudible spoken word part, Paul Henry begins to sing as... Read More »

Lori Jacobs ‎– “Everything’s Jake!”

Lori Jacobs ‎– “Everything’s Jake!”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  After a pretty long hiatus, I’m finally back online. And to celebrate, here is another fine record for all y’all. This album opens with the track “I Don’t Even Time” and it seems to have a dancey pop sound to it, like bubblegum pop. Lori has a... Read More »