Artist: Canned Heat Release: Illinois Blues 1973 (Live) Year: New release for 2015 Labels: Purple Pyramid Records Style of Music: Blues Rock/Boogie Rock Origins: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
I am not sure of the full context of these live tracks, I find very little information on this release right now, I do not know if these live songs belong to a much larger show or tour of that year. Anyway a rather lively set of live Blues Rock tracks recorded live somewhere in Illinois in 1973.
Artist: Def Leppard Release: Def Leppard Year: New Nov. 2015 Labels: Bludgeon Riffola/earMusic Records /Mailboat records Style of Music: Hard Rock/Pop Metal Origins: South Yorkshire, England
Well I must say I am rather liking this new release, nice to hear the band doing hard rock like they used to do. The release even has a Zeppelin like acoustic folky number called Battle Of My Own that is nicely done, without trying to over top Zeppelin's acoustic folk style from the 60's-70's. The band also does a Beatles style song called Blind Faith to finish this outstanding release out. The release for U.S. listeners dropped Saturday the 7th, so if you was a Def Leppard fan from long ago give this one a listen or two. My first listen through, the music has already grabbed me. Now all users need is for the band's older content to be made available for Spotify listeners worldwide. 🙂
Artist: Great White Release: Back To The Rhythm and Rising Year: 2007 - 2009 Labels: Shrapnel Style of Music: Rock, Hard Rock, Blues Rock, and some songs on both albums have a touch of Soul and R&B to them. Origins: Los Angeles, California
A couple of albums that where added to the artist's page Friday, November 13th, 2015.
Artist: George Lynch and Souls Of We Release: Furious George and Let The Truth Be Known Year: 2004 and 2008 Labels: Shrapnel Records Style of Music: Hard rock, Blues rock, metal Origins: Los Angeles, California
A couple of releases that got added to the George Lynch's artist page Friday, November 13th, 2015
Furious George is just a cover album of classic rock songs which is rather good as only Lynch can do with his guitar skills. Let the Truth Be Known is a one-off release by the band name called Souls Of We with London Legrand - Vocals, George Lynch- Guitars, Johny Chow - Bass, Ya'el - Drums, with many guest musicians from Andrew Freeman of Lynch Mob, Jeff Pilson of Dokken and Dio, Frédéric Leclercq of DragonForce, Patrick Johansson of Yngwie Malmsteen, Bobby Jarzombek of Riot and Halford, session drummer Mike Hansen, and Morgan Rose of Sevendust. The whole release is a kind of post grunge Hard Rock / Blues Rock / alt-metal release, this one fits right in with Alice In Chains, Sound Garden, Pearl Jam, and Nirvana from the grunge rock heydays.
Artist: Foo Fighters Release: Saint Ceilia E.P. Year: New 2015 Labels: Roswell Records, RCA Records, and Sony Music Entertainment Style of Music: Post grunge, hard rock, alternative rock Origins: Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Artist: Danzig Release: Skeletons Year: New Nov. 27th, 2015 Labels: Nuclear Blast Entertainment Style of Music: A covers album of classic rock songs from the 50's through the 80's. Hard rock, post punk, horror rock. Origins: New Jersey, U.S.
I am currently listening to my Rolling Stones playlist for this whole week. It is an artist discography collection playlist of content available to U.S. listeners, and so it is well loaded heavily with their studio album releases, live album releases, and various best of singles collection releases. Anyway here it is for those who like an indepth artist discography collection that can be set to play for a few weeks without changing to another playlist for awhile. This playlist has 1100 tracks total and a running time just over 70 hrs. I would do an in depth break down but with so much content here it would well take me awhile and I have other things to do to. So users are free to follow, or copy and paste what content they might wish to add to their own playlist, the playlist transitions easily from the early 60's blues/beat days, through the late 60's and the 70's onward to the modern era. 🙂