Luckily for us, after playing the occasional electrifying concert date over the years, Nervous Eaters is reuniting once again.
Drummer Nick Mason and his four non-Floyd bandmates turned Boston’s Orpheum Theater into a psychedelic palace.
Hal Blaine contributed so much to such a large number of rock and pop’s greatest hits, that his music will continue to be heard and appreciated for as long as there are radios.
The Flesh Eaters have returned with renewed vitality, after it hit some troughs and sputtered to a near stop.
Overall, Juliana Hatfield’s Weird is closer to good than to great.
Asked what the experience was like to go back and revisit his earlier recordings, Alan Parsons explained, “It’s actually very pleasurable, like stepping back in a time machine.”
It would appear that Martin Phillipps and company are experiencing a late-career renaissance that bodes well for their future.
The show cemented Joe Jackson’s reputation as an inscrutable and enigmatic songwriter, a talented musician and social outsider who speaks for Everyman.
This studio outing emphasizes superb ensemble playing; the result in a beguiling album in which just about every note shines.
“It’s a very exciting prospect that your peers think your worthy to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.”