Category Archives: Music History

Album Review: At The Movies

At The Movies, by Kenny Loggins While I was watching a video on YouTube I heard about a new album by Kenny Loggins that had been released on vinyl, and although I do not have a record player at this … Continue reading

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Album Review: Playlist: The Best Of Edwin McCain

Playlist: The Best Of Edwin McCain, by Edwin McCain Seeing as we have just reviewed a five-song EP by Edwin McCain, how much more impressive is it to review a best-of compilation that has four times as many songs on … Continue reading

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Album Review: Rhino Hi-Five: Edwin McCain (EP)

Rhino Hi-Five: Edwin McCain Previously in the Rhino Hi-Five series we explored the disappointing singer-songwriter Andrew Gold and found his lyricism wanting [1]. Here we turn our attention to a vastly better singer-songwriter in South Carolina eponymous rock band Edwin … Continue reading

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Album Review: This Is Where I Came In

This Is Where I Came In, by the Bee Gees I have been gradually making my way through the Bee Gees discography one album at a time to see if they manage not only to have five 4/5 albums in … Continue reading

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On The Theology Of Songs On The Radio: Part One

We do not usually think of the theology of songs on the radio. And this is a great shame, as popular culture is often rich in a source of bad theology. This was not always the case. If one goes … Continue reading

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No Matter How The Dice Roll, Someone Else Always Gets To Call The Number

Is Drake a fan of the Bee Gees? We know, for example, that the Bee Gees were fans of the Beatles, enough to be a part of a pretty terrible movie made from one of their concept albums. One of … Continue reading

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Album Review: Rhino Hi-Five: Andrew Gold (EP)

Rhino Hi-Five: Andrew Gold (EP), by Andrew Gold This song is part of a series of five-song EPs released by Rhino Records that seek to introduce listeners (or re-introduce them) to artists that are somewhat obscure by providing a short … Continue reading

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Album Review: Joy (Apollo 100)

Joy, by Apollo 100 I listened to this album on Spotify because it was the only studio album by the group–a short-lived studio group famous for its one hit, the title track of this album. It is remarkable just how … Continue reading

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Album Review: One (Bee Gees)

One, by the Bee Gees This album is one of the few post-disco albums by the Bee Gees that were popular, and that was largely based on the strength of the top ten hit One, which was somewhat of a … Continue reading

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Album Review: Still Waters

Still Waters, by the Bee Gees I have to admit upon listening to this album that I do not like this album quite as much as the two proceeding studio albums High Civilization and Size Isn’t Everything, but there is … Continue reading

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