21st century prog-pop elegance from TesseracT’s Daniel Tompkins
Eye To Eye finds long dormant Kiwi blues rockers The Datsuns reawaken with a wider 70s perspective
Out now: Wayward sons Kansas still carrying on to the Point Of Know Return Live & Beyond
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Back Street Crawler's 2nd Street: the last will and testament of former Free guitarist Paul Kossoff
Cinderella shifted gear on second album Long Cold Winter, as Tom Keifer attempted to move forward before both the band and the scene got left behind
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Time’s been kind to Ram, Paul McCartney’s second, relatively understated, post-Beatles solo album
Out now: Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy brings hope amid banana bread and glitchy Zoom meetings on The Ides Of March
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Years in the making, Tool's 10,000 Days is as long as it is challenging, and is never an easy listen. As one of our reviewers says, it's "intense, dense and immense"
Nancy Wilson's You And Me is a mélange of ethereal acoustic ballads, eclectic covers and thoughtful tributes
Van Morrison's Latest Record Project: Volume 1 suggests that lockdown wasn’t such a bad thing for some
Jim Steinman's Bad For Good was meant to be the sequel to Meat Loaf's Bat Out Of Hell, but when then big man lost his voice Steinman stepped up to the mic
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