Early outings for some Purple classics-in-waiting.
Softs man under protest.
Rock royalty, soul survivor.
Rocking out, and rolling with the punches.
Dutch proggers revisit their 70s high-water marks.
When the Boss isn't playing with the E Street Band, he's playing with everyone else...
From Motor City to Oil City.
Black Crowes singer releases third album. Classic Rock reviews.
Twofer of releases from a remarkably hectic schedule.
Guitar-for-hire goes it alone with some style.
Archive gig boasting heavy axe-wielding.
Sixth album, showcasing a v. slick Steve.
Singalonga John reaps few surprises.
A set of new songs with an old-school sheen.
Roll camera, lay down.
A return to their roots, with additional retro flourishes.
Live versions of Baird’s mostly former glories.
Back pages and curious covers played live.
Mixing it up without Moz.
More sheepish than Heepish.
Wordy eloquence with a southern accent.
A serviceable but uninspired covers set.
Powering on without their famous founder.
Cheap off the old block.
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