Browsing Archives of - 2014 June

Colinn – “For Shana”

Colinn – “For Shana”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: I’ve always thought that this record would be impossible to do for this type of review – solely because there is no information about this album whatsoever. It’s completely hand made. I also know nothing about classical piano music. Anyways, here we go. As far as I... Read More »

Kathy Clark – “Born to Sing for the Lord”

Kathy Clark – “Born to Sing for the Lord”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “My Purpose  Henrietta Heron  To be a little kindlier with the passing of each day; To leave but happy memories as I go along my way; To use possessions that are mine in service full and free; To sacrifice the trivial things for larger good to be; To give of... Read More »

Mark Fox – “Let the Son Shine In”

Mark Fox – “Let the Son Shine In”The Sleeve:   The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Mark Fox is personable young man who communicates Christ through his music. His rich golden voice and heart-warming manner has delighted audiences from coast to coast.  Mark’s musical career, as well as his love for the Lord started early, in a close-knit Christian home, with a pastor father, a... Read More »

Peter Schilling – “Error in the System”

Peter Schilling – “Error in the System”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: I don’t know nothing about Peter, or this album. I solely know of it’s existence because the track, “Major Tom” is #68 on VH1’s One Hit Wonders of the 80’s. Anyways, the album opens with the song “Only Dreams” and it’s pretty neat, it’s definitely a dance... Read More »

Danny Perdew – “My Life, My Song”

Danny Perdew – “My Life, My Song”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “As Jesus Christ walked the shores of Galilee and the streets of Jerusalem, he went about spreading a gospel of a kingdom to come. His ministry, his life, reached people all over the world, but yet has touched so many lives in such a personal way. The songs I have... Read More »

Blondie – “The Best of Blondie”

Blondie – “The Best of Blondie”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: Does Blondie really need an introduction? This is one of the greatest Blondie albums, only because it’s the best of Blondie, and it opens with my favorite Blondie track, “Heart of Glass” – which has the most superb chorus and amazing musicianship. It’s then followed by another... Read More »

Phil Collins – “Face Value”

Phil Collins – “Face Value”The Sleeve: The Gatefold: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: So, this was Phil’s first solo album, with the track that made him super well known as a solo artists, “In the Air Tonight” The album opens with the song “In the Air Tonight” – which is everyones favorite Phil song, and it has been... Read More »

Romel Louis – “A Love Affair”

Romel Louis – “A Love Affair”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “SPECIAL THANKS TO: God and my mom and dad G. Louis. The Louis families and to those of you who co-operated in this realization. Love to my friends and to all of you everywhere.” Personal Review: So, the A-Side opens with the title track “A Love Affair” – it’s pretty... Read More »

Big Country – “The Crossing”

Big Country – “The Crossing”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: So, at one point or another I heard the title track of this album either on VH1’s One Hit Wonders of the 80’s, or on some 80’s compilation album – either/or, doesn’t matter, because I think it’s a great song. Now, I’m gonna find out about the... Read More »

Diana Hubbard – “LifeTimes”

Diana Hubbard – “LifeTimes”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Diana’s music has a classical flavor yet it is fresh and contemporary.  You can feel a unique excitement in LifeTimes: These recordings brought together a small symphony of talented friends. Their contributions are personal, freely creative and often daring.  Take some time for yourself, away from the crowds in a... Read More »

Dr. Roy Anderson, Jr. & the Tyler Trio – “Lord, Let Us Walk by Faith” (1976 Re-Issue)

Dr. Roy Anderson, Jr. & the Tyler Trio – “Lord, Let Us Walk by Faith” (1976 Re-Issue)The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Our church was richly blessed to have Dr. Roy Anderson, Jr. worship with us and participate in our morning worship services by giving a special musical number. His rendition was enthusiastically and appreciatively received by the congregation. We only wished that he could have been with us longer so we... Read More »

Dale Coody – “Heaven Came Down”

Dale Coody – “Heaven Came Down”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “The master tape for this recording was made at the PURR RECORD COMPANY, 2011 Boulevard Heights, Anderson, South Carolina, on a Crown Tape Transport. This machine has one of the highest frequency responses of any in the industry. Electrovoice microphones Model 666 were employed. Some of the numbers were recorded... Read More »

Roger Daltrey – “Ride a Rock Horse”

Roger Daltrey – “Ride a Rock Horse”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: So, Roger Daltrey is the lead singer of the Who. He also did this wonderful album. Which has the weirdest cover art. He was also kind of beautiful when he was young. The album opens with the track “Come and Get Your Love” – and it kind... Read More »

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