Category Archives: Album Reviews

Randy Howard, “A Pair of Knees”

 

Webster defines tragedy as a “serious drama describing a conflict between the protagonist and a superior force such as destiny with sorrowful conclusions.” Lately, it seems so much tragedy has happened to so many from hurricanes to mass shootings. Strangely, tragedies can sometimes bring out the best in us. Continue reading Randy Howard, “A Pair of Knees”

R.J. Thompson, “Echo Chamber”

 

It wasn’t long ago we were watching movies like The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller. It wasn’t long ago the U.S. had a second British music invasion. It wasn’t long ago “Video Killed the Radio Star.” Certainly, it was the music video that separated the 80’s from other decades. Occasionally I still watch Peter Gabriel’s “Sledgehammer,” a favorite. Continue reading R.J. Thompson, “Echo Chamber”