Daily Archives: July 16, 2018

Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Hüsker Dü

I must admit that in stark contrast to many bands, I am not as familiar with the music of Hüsker Dü, which is Norwegian for, “Do you remember?,” a somewhat popular childhood game in those parts from what I have … Continue reading

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Album Review: Exposé: Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits, by Exposé There is a common trajectory among many musical acts, and that is beginning with peppy and upbeat and even sassy songs and then moving to a more mature ballad-driven approach.  Among the bands that followed this … Continue reading

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Album Review: The 80’s: Taylor Dayne

The 80’s:  Taylor Dane, by Taylor Dayne Admittedly, when I think of the obscure and unjustly neglected acts of the 1980’s, I have not always been quick to give the proper credit to Taylor Dayne.  Although the production of many … Continue reading

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