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With Universal issuing remastered versions of Frank Zappa’s enormous catalogue, Gary Steel takes up the challenge of reviewing every single one of FZ’s genius album creations. Today’s selection: Chunga’s Revenge. AFTER THE SUSTAINED brilliance of Frank Zappa’s work between 1966 and 1969, critics and fans that saw the dissolution of The Mothers as tantamount to [...]
One of the greatest albums from the progressive rock era finally gets a dignified reissue.
John Cale’s latest avoids the nostalgia of his peers, but misfires badly.
Local “imaginary soundtrack” of jazz-fusion adventures is an obscure gem.
Eno’s new album is all about ambient stasis, and it made Gary Steel very, very sleepy.
Prodigy ‘expanded edition’ is a mixed, and sometimes dated, bag.
Fancy some lush orchestrations and a heart-stopping voice?
It’s a triple album compilation to mark the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones. And it sucks.
The Puddle are great, but shambolic production and arrangements hinder the terrific talent within