“THE ONES THAT GOT AWAY” – A SHORT SERIES OF 2014 ALBUM REVIEW THAT NEVER SAW THE LIGHT OF DAY, FOR SOME REASON.
With Universal issuing remastered versions of Frank Zappa’s enormous catalogue, Gary Steel takes up the challenge of reviewing every single one of FZ’s genius album creations. Today’s selection: Chunga’s Revenge.
One of the greatest albums from the progressive rock era finally gets a dignified reissue.
John Cale’s latest avoids the nostalgia of his peers, but misfires badly.
Local “imaginary soundtrack” of jazz-fusion adventures is an obscure gem.
Eno’s new album is all about ambient stasis, and it made Gary Steel very, very sleepy.
Prodigy ‘expanded edition’ is a mixed, and sometimes dated, bag.
Fancy some lush orchestrations and a heart-stopping voice?