JPOC's music reviews

Welcome to my music reviews page. My tastes range far and wide and I hope that you will find something here to interest you. There will always be something new here so keep coming back. Check my main what's new page for the latest additions.

Rock, Progressive, Metal, Pop etc
All American bad boy punk outfit
Bernard Allison Powerful electric blues
America Guys, harmonies and guitars
Anastacia A lady with a big voice
Avail A rather good American punk outfit
Arcadium Deservedly obscure Brit rock
Big Country Prototype Celtic Rockers?
The Black Crowes Reliving the seventies?
Blondie Debbie and the boys
David Bowie A great talent
The Chameleons Britrock
The Clash Masters of Punk
Del Amitri Decent rock/pop
Derek and the Dominos More than just Clapton Solo
Dire Straits Laid back blues rock/pop
Eels Strange but oddly fascinating rock.
Emerson Lake & Palmer Virtuoso supergroup.
David Gilmour The guitarist formerly known as the replacement for Pink!
Dorian Gray Swedish Rock
Gabrielle Nice voice
Grant Hart Good music and wit too!
Green Pyjamas Seattle rock
Deke Leonard Man band guitar player in solo mode
John Mayall Blues legend
Man The Finest Rock Band in the World!
Patrick Moraz Sometime Yes keyboard maestro!
NOFX Lots of energy and wit
Mike Oldfield Mr Tubular Bells
Pink Floyd So much amazingly good music!
Queen Classic Glam Rock
Quicksilver Messenger Service West Coast Guitar Band
Lou Reed Caustic Talent
R.E.M. Superb!
Smash Mouth Quite a versatile outfit
Snuff Middle of the road punk?
The Soundtrack of Our Lives Swedish band who are not called Abba!
Cat Stevens Quintessential English Folk Rock
Supergrass Melodic punk from the UK
Travis More unremarkable Brit pop. Yawn.
Walter Trout Wonderful electric blues rock
Rick Wakeman Solo stuff by the Yes pianist
Neil Young Evergreen rocker
Jazz, Blues, Ragtime. Boogie Woogie
Andrew Lloyd Webber Modern composer of musicals
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