Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band in Phoenix 2015
Last night, my wife and I attended a concert by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band.
Historically, I’ve never been much of a concert-goer. I saw Roger Waters in Milwaukee during the Radio K.A.O.S. tour (right hafter he … Continue reading
It’s been quite some time since I posted a progress report, mainly because there hadn’t been any progress to report. There are some developments in the works. There is a lot happening under the hood here at Entropy Central.
First, I have been actively editing A Darkling Nine since about … Continue reading
I’ve been going through the entire catalog of Rush’s studio albums to hear how the band evolved and then I give my impression of each album. Today, Power Windows.
I’ve been going through the entire catalog of Rush’s studio albums to hear how the band evolved and then I give my impression of each album. Today, Grace Under Pressure.
Grace Under Pressure
Rush moved in a new direction in their previous album, Signals. In Grace Under Pressure, they refined … Continue reading
Not long ago, somebody pointed me to this blog post on a misleading Halloween party playlist.
I’ve kept something of a mental playlist of songs that truly are appropriate for a Halloween Party, and I thought I’d share them. In no particular order, here are a dozen to get … Continue reading
I’ve been going through the entire catalog of Rush’s studio albums to hear how the band evolved and then I give my impression of each album. Today, Signals.
The Signals album represents a radical shift in the style … Continue reading
With my collection complete, I have been listening through the entire studio album output of the band Rush. Today I’m posting my take on Permanent Waves.
This album introduced the world to a pair of perennial favorites, both of which got a lot of radio airplay. While this … Continue reading
As I move through all 20 of the Rush studio albums, listening to the evolution of the band, I have been noting my impressions here in my blog. Today, Hemispheres.
Disclaimer: This is my favorite rush album.
Sometimes, … Continue reading
I have been studying the oeuvre of Rush, studying each album and listening to the band’s evolution over the course of 40 years.
A Farewell to Kings
This was an interesting album. Because 2112 really was a landmark album for Rush, the follow-up album would be under further scrutiny. All … Continue reading