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  Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
  Journalist/Music: Reviews, Articles, Features, and Interviews covering primarily Jazz, Rock, Progressive Rock, Blues, Jazz-Rock Fusion, Instrumental, Surf-Instrumental, and Pop in CD, SACD (Hybrid), DVD, and Vinyl formats.

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Edgar Winter Group: They Only Come Out At Night        (4 of 4 found this review helpful)
  February 7, 2006

If I had a list with my 100 all time recordings, They Only Come Out At Night would be on it, mainly for two songs, “Frankenstein” and “Free Ride.” Although when you sit and listen to the album you will find a lot of joy in every track, there really is not one throwaway to be found. When I found out ... more
Jeff Wayne: The War of the Worlds        (8 of 9 found this review helpful)
  June 22, 2005

Artist: Various Title: Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of The War of the Worlds Genre: Soundtrack-Progressive Rock Format: SACD Label: Columbia/Legacy- Website: I can hardly wait for the premier of War of the Worlds at the end of this ... more
Godsmack: The Other Side        (2 of 2 found this review helpful)
  August 23, 2004

Godsmack are very successful rockers and their audience is extremely devoted, so this album may come as surprise to the faithful. The seven-track unplugged EP titled The Other Side was a wake up call for me to their awesome talents. To make it a musical experience that will be ringing in my ears for ... more
Los Lobos: This Time        (2 of 2 found this review helpful)
  July 23, 2004

Los Lobos has always been one of my favorite bands. I think they have been and continue to be vastly underrated for their astonishing contributions to the roots rock movement. During their career, they have had many memorable recordings and one of them is the incredible This Time. It comes as no ... more
Wishbone Ash: Almighty Blues, London & Beyond        (2 of 2 found this review helpful)
  April 4, 2004

Wishbone Ash is back in a big way with an incredibly powerful performance on this live SACD Almighty Blues: London and Beyond. It seems like a perfectly suitable title for this album, with a stress on the “Almighty.” This band paid their dues long ago, and to see that they are still pumping out ... more

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