What started as a just few rock bands ended with a Saturday rush of music that helped fill out the week with a broader scope of music. Two, maybe three obvious rock bands, arguably one falls more in line with pop rock but still a rock band and the other I’m not so sure about anymore. Two different genres fell into play thanks to Amazon music.
- Rush (various songs)
See if you notice a pattern in these songs. Expect a forthcoming Rush post.
- Everyday Glory
- La Villa Strangiato
- Cygnus X-1
- Natural Science
- Available Light
- The Garden
- Working Man
- In the End
- Something for Nothing
- Between the Wheels
- Eclipse – Wired (album)
What a new album by this, unbeknownst to me, veteran rock band from Sweden. Reminiscent of the 80s but yet thoroughly modern. Wired received a rare “A” grade and perhaps in the coming weeks it might not fully hold up but as I played each song again and again I enjoyed it more and more.
- Yes – The Quest (album)
The new album by the veteran prog rockers was a rough listen. The Quest opened with one of their best songs and immediately went down hill. It received a rare “C” grade only because the opening and closing tracks prevented an even lower grade.
- Jimmy Eat World – Surviving (album)
- Selena – (various songs)
Not by choice. Not that I don’t like Selena it’s that my wife tends to play Selena through the government spy, I mean Alexa when she’s cleaning or working in the kitchen and after a while it’s enough already. I expressed as much which prompted a switch to…
- Neil Diamond – (various songs)
Neil Diamond plays a large part of my childhood music. Not my choice as my parents played him all the time, but today I remember and listen rather fondly. I saw him a few years ago and my concert review turned into my biggest article ever. It was then I realized a lot of readers don’t necessarily want just a total review of a concert but also a story behind the music from the writer.