Category: Music

Whitesnake. Come an' Get It (1981).

Whitesnake. Come an’ Get It (Liberty, 1981)

One would think that today I might be embarrassed for listing this release as one of my absolute favorites, but, as you know, I don’t make excuses for whatever rocks my boat. When this was

Santana Live at the House of Blues, 2016.

Into the 70s: Santana IV Live at the House of Blues

Santana was a major force in my musical life in the middle/late 70s. I came late to the game, turned onto their music way after they had left a major splash at Woodstock as well

Herbert von Karajan

Herbert von Karajan

For years, I’ve had discussion with music fans about the importance of Herbert von Karajan, a conductor I disliked with a serious passion. In 2008, Norman Lebrecht summed up my feelings and thoughts better than

Bobo Moreno & The Noisy Neighbours (Stunt, 1998).

Bobo Moreno & Noisy Neighbours

I have no idea, but I would assume that I have anywhere between 5000 and 15.000 CDs. Could be more. No idea. Bobo Moreno & Noisy Neighbours’ (only) album from 1998 has been in my

How the Music Got Free

I’m currently having a blast reading this rip-roaring yarn of how MP3, at least for a while, threatened to kill an entire industry. It’s a well-informed book which, if you were there, jump-starts a whole

Scann-Tec - Unyt (2016).

Scann-Tec – Unyt

I love myself some good ambient music more often than not and Scann-Tec’s “Unyt” is a recent 2016 favorite. Scann-Tec is Vladislav Isaev, a Russian music composer and sound sculptor from Moscow. “Unyt” is available