- THE DOORS: LA WOMAN: 1971: 5 STARS OUT OF 5 STARS: I am not a big fan of The Doors but their first and final albums- are 5 star albums. Two of their best songs finish side A- LA Woman and side B- Riders On The Storm. The album is a mixture of blues and rock. Robby Krieger felt that it was their best album-that it captured what The Doors were all about. Other favorites- Love Her Madly, The Changeling. Paul Rothchild who produced the first five albums fell out of favor with the group and wasn’t around for this one. Produced by Bruce Botnick and The Doors. Frontman Jim Morrison died three months after the albums release.
- PAUL MCCARTNEY: EGYPT STATION: 2018: I need to listen to this a few times to get a feeling for it- on first listen I am liking it.
- BUDDY HOLLY: THE COMPLETE BUDDY HOLLY: RECORD 2: NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: CHANGING ALL THOSE CHANGES: 1979: 5 STARS OUT OF 5 STARS: The second record brings in some of the Holly classics- That’ll Be The Day- I’m Changing All Those Changes being the two most notable. These are early sessions in his career that took place in Nashville. You can hear Holly’s confidence growing.