REVIEW: Iron Butterfly- Ball

1969 is a turning point for Iron Butterfly. They'd been gaining popularity, and their previous album,In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida pushed them over the top. From there, I feel the band begins to crumble. Sure, Ball is a decent album. It certainly is more varied than what the band had done before. Their experimentation, however refining, paradoxically made them … Continue reading REVIEW: Iron Butterfly- Ball

REPOST: The Kinks 1969/10/23- Boston, MA, (Tea Party)

The Kinks 1969/10/23- Boston, MA, (Tea Party) 1. Last Of The Steam Powered Trains 2. Mindless Child Of Motherhood 3. Waterloo Sunset 4. Tuning 5. Mr Churchill Says 6. Victoria 7. You Really Got Me 8. All Day And The All Of The Night 9. Well Respected Man 10. Death Of A Clown 11. Dandy … Continue reading REPOST: The Kinks 1969/10/23- Boston, MA, (Tea Party)

REVIEW: The Beatles- Yellow Submarine (Soundtrack)

Great movie, tough album to review. First and foremost, there are 3 original songs. "Hey Bulldog" is a great rocking nonsense song, tied with Harrison's hypnotic "It's All Too Much". "All Together Now" is nice enough, but honestly inferior to similar McCartney tunes. Short, but basically an EP of Beatles could never be anything less … Continue reading REVIEW: The Beatles- Yellow Submarine (Soundtrack)