Tag: Soft Rock

James Taylor – “Sweet Baby James”

James Taylor – “Sweet Baby James”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  Picking your 400th record to review isn’t always the easiest of choices to make, for many reasons, one being it has to be something you’re not going to give a low rating to, and it also has to be something that will wow people, but it also,... 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 »

Ronnie Dee & The Brothers III ‎– “Jody / Last Night I Dreamed”

Ronnie Dee & The Brothers III ‎– “Jody / Last Night I Dreamed”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “After 22 years in the music business, Ronnie Dee truly qualifies as a show business veteran. In every performance his voice is unmistakably clear and strong. His repertoire and appeal spans all generations and his following grows with every performance.  But the best words to describe Ronnie Dee’s talents are... Read More »

Carly Simon ‎– “The Best of Carly Simon”

Carly Simon ‎– “The Best of Carly Simon”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  So, I can’t really say I’m like a huge Carly Simon fan or anything, I know like one song, and knew she was married to James Taylor for a bit.  The album opens with “That’s the Way I’ve Heard It Should Be” and for some reason the... Read More »

Douglas Ward – “From An Elevated Platform”

Douglas Ward – “From An Elevated Platform”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “This album was recorded in Bermuda in December, 1971 in two studio sessions. The first was completely solo; the second was with bassist Wally Russsell, drummer Allan Ganley and conga player Freeman Trott. Duggie (as he likes to be called) here plays a Cordovox electronic instrument on all the tracks,... Read More »

Danny Deardorff & Marcus Joseph – “Deardorff & Joseph”

Danny Deardorff & Marcus Joseph – “Deardorff & Joseph”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  Danny Deardorff is one of my favorite folk musicians, his albums are always really heartfelt and simply performed with the most talent that one could emit from their being.  The album opens with the song “One More Story to Tell” and we immediately go into Danny singing... Read More »

The New Seekers – “We’d Like to Teach the World to Sing”

The New Seekers – “We’d Like to Teach the World to Sing”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: I don’t really remember when I came to own this LP, I know it was during my first few months of collecting, and I know it was for the title track.  The album opens with the track “Tonight” with Peter on lead vocals, and it seems to... Read More »

Ferry Aid – “Let It Be”

Ferry Aid – “Let It Be”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “THE ZEEBRUGGE FERRY DISASTER MARCH 6, 1987   THIS historic recording took place at PWL Studios, The Borough, London, over three incredible days – March 14, 15 and 16, 1987. All monies received by Ferry Aid will go towards The Sun’s Zeebrugge Disaster fund, Midland Bank, Fleet Street, London.” Personal... Read More »

Christopher Cross – “Christopher Cross”

Christopher Cross – “Christopher Cross”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  So, this record is in my collection upon my moms recommendation. Basically, we were at the record store when I first started collecting and she was helping me pick records and she grabbed me two Christopher Cross records, stating that this one was one of his best.... Read More »

Fotomaker – “Vis-a-Vis”

Fotomaker – “Vis-a-Vis”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  Firstly, can we talk about how lost Gene and Lex look on the back cover? Or how Wally looks like Steven Tyler with no make-up on? I’m not even sure about the cover.  Anywho, the album opens with the track “Miles Away” and you know what? It... Read More »

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