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Upcoming Reviews

These are acts who I’d like to cover one day if I keep this site going for long enough.

ABBA
Able Tasmans
Air
Tori Amos
Beck
Belle and Sebastian
Ben Folds (Five)
Bjork
Blondie
The Blue Nile
Bob Dylan
Bonnie “Prince” Billy
The Boo Radleys
The Books
Can
Neko Case
Nick Cave
Charli XCX
Chic
Chicago
Gene Clark
Cream
D’Angelo
Death Cab For Cutie
Destroyer
Dave Dobbyn
Earth, Wind, and Fire
Echo and the Bunnymen
Felt
The Flaming Lips
Aretha Franklin
Game Theory
Marvin Gaye
Gentle Giant
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Al Green
Grimes
Grouper
PJ Harvey
Jimi Hendrix
Robyn Hitchcock
Julia Holter
Hoodoo Gurus
Iron & Wine
Joe Jackson
The Jam
Jethro Tull
Elton John
Nic Jones
Rickie Lee Jones
Paul Kelly
The Kinks
Kendrick Lamar
Ray LaMontagne
LCD Soundsystem
Los Lobos
Aimee Mann
John Martyn
Curtis Mayfield
Mercury Rev
Midlake
Midnight Oil
The Mountain Goats
My Bloody Valentine
My Morning Jacket
Neu!
New Order
Randy Newman
Harry Nilsson
Over The Rhine
Pet Shop Boys
Tom Petty
Phoenix
The Phoenix Foundation
Porcupine Tree
The Posies
Prince
John Prine
Public Enemy
Otis Redding
Josh Ritter
Sade
Ron Sexsmith
The Shins
Sloan
Patti Smith
Sonic Youth
Sparks
Spirit
Spoon
Squeeze
Steeleye Span
Cat Stevens
Susanne Sundfør
Super Furry Animals
Supergrass
The Stooges/Iggy Pop
Transatlantic
The Triffids
TV on the Radio
Vampire Weekend
Suzanne Vega
The Waterboys
Weather Report
Gillian Welch
The Who
Lucinda Williams
World Party
X
Yo La Tengo
Frank Zappa
The Zombies
10,000 Maniacs

Current pages which need expansion:
John Cale – two albums
Neil Finn – 2010s solo
Fairport Convention – BBC Sessions
Fleetwood Mac – EP, McVie and Buckingham
Peter Gabriel – Ovo
The Go-Betweens – Robert Forster solo
Richard X Heyman – 2000s
Mark Kozelek – 2010s albums
Van Morrison – working through 1980s and early 1990s
The Rolling Stones – 1965-1968
Josh Rouse – recent work
Sigur Ros – 2012 and 2013 albums
James Taylor – debut

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  1. Would love to get your impressions of Chicago’s albums. They range from fantastic to forgettable, with their 70s work showing them at their best. Saw them a few years ago in concert, they still put on a great show!

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    • It’s going to take a while for me to get to Chicago – I only added them to the list recently. I’d quite like to cover the first 6-7 albums – I’m not so interested in them after Kath’s passing.

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      • I agree with you, their catalog after Kath’s death is, for the most part, forgettable, though they did have a few decent songs sprinkled throughout.

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