Reviews 35
News Articles 3
Band Edits + Tags 259
Album Edits 449

Album Ratings 275
Objectivity 73%

Last Active 09-25-16 5:16 pm
Joined 02-14-10

Forum Posts 55
Review Comments 25,793

08.28.16 JT's 2016 Digs and Other Jams05.24.16 Mixing It Up
04.02.16 JT's 2016 Q1 03.13.16 Tworty Fifteen (re-post)
03.08.16 "[modern] prog is bog" 10.28.15 Good Music Cuisine
09.07.15 How It Should Sound06.28.15 JT's First Half of 2015
06.04.15 A Summer Season In My Soul03.07.15 JT's Half Decade
12.29.14 Tworty Fourteen 10.04.14 Recs For Sputnik Pt. 12
09.13.14 Hats Off To Roy Harper08.11.14 My Taste In Music in 100 Albums
03.30.14 JT's 2014: Q1 03.19.14 Emotional, Beautiful, Evocative, Otherw
02.28.14 Recs For Sputnik Pt. 11 01.03.14 Bob Dylan Day
More »

Overlooked Albums Of The 70's Pt. 3
Book of Invasions: A Celtic Symphony

Book of Invasions is a fantastic progressive Celtic rock album complete with Jethro Tull-esque flute playing.

Mountain are a blues rock band who in the early 70's looked set to be as succesful as the likes of Free but never really lived up to the promise of thier debut. Album includes the band's best known song, Missisippi Queen.
Foghat Live

Foghat gained quite a bit of success in the mid 70's due to thier hit single Slow Ride but this superb 1977 live album shows that they were much more than a one hit wonder. This album's version of the Muddy Waters song, I Just Want To Make Love To You in particular is outstanding.

Trapeze was the band in which singer/bassist, Glenn Hughes made his name before joining Deep Purple in 1974. Medusa features elements prog and "proto-metal" but is primarily a hard rock album.
5Billy Cobham

Fantastic jazz fusion album from the Mahavishnu Orchestra drummer. Album features guitarist Tommy Bolin who would later go on to join Deep Purple.
Show/Add Comments (23)


Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Site Copyright 2005-2016 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Privacy Policy