Heavy Bludgeonning Blues Rock

This 'Imagination Lady' is sharp and invulnerable, delivering over-amplified Blues Rock licks, in a taking-no-prisoner/executioner style.

I don't like Stan Webb's voice a great deal though, still nobody can misjudge his guitar skills. He's one of those brilliant guitar players who still deserve to be widely renowed.

Reduced to a power trio, CHICKEN SHACK, with this fifth long player, decide to radicalize its Heavy Blues Rock, making it almost exhausting for listeners.

Is it pretty early Heavy Metal? Could be!

I give you 'Poor Boy' and 'Telling your fortune' (not the greatest track, but there's a drum solo!). Let's admit there's one tiny filler : 'Loser', last cut of this LP.


We obviously live better electrically

Time has come to propose some vintage ass-kicking heavy-riffed bad ass Rock'n'Roll!

Enter John NITZINGER and his third effort entitled 'Live Better Electrically', released in 1976.

The two first LPs are absolute must-haves, this one is not. He still delivers his genuine boogie filled Hard Rock but, somehow, we don't believe in it anymore. It's 1976 and it's not the greatest year for Rock'n'Roll.

Click on 'Live Better Electrically' and 'No Way Around You' to get a good preview of what's inside of this record.


French Rock we can't be ashamed of. Finally!

How proud I feel! We now can enjoy (and be proud of) a French (female) Rock'n'Roll artist.

18 and rawking like nobody else does (in that country where Rock'n'Roll records sell not, but did they ever sold once?).

The lady is the daughter of a famous French artist and since her childhood days, she's been fed with music, scene and everything in between.

This is her first ever album and man, what a success! Everything you can expect when listening to a Rock'n'Roll record is here. You got the power, the intensity, the rage, the emotions, the craziness and the talent.

She didn't intend to create anything new but to play Rock'n'Roll, and man she did it.

Please try 'The Train' (my pick) and 'Burning' (my girlfriend's selection).