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Xeno & Oaklander-Topiary
June 2016

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I'm checking out, some SMZ (Silver Mt. Zion)
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Unlike 13 Blues...this doesn't sound, much like gy!be to me. But...researching this off-shoot; they've evidently done a LOT of line-up changes over the years.

They started releasing albums, in 2000 (He Has Left Us Alone but Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the Corner of Our Rooms…); and 13 Blues was from 2008. This was their last album, from 2014; so maybe little of the gy!be influence is left.

 

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Spotlights-We Are All Atomic EP
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Killer disc. Well recorded as well. :D
I was a fan, of Living Color...and this album; as well, as the EP Biscuits (Vernon Reid's playing, on Burning of the Midnight Lamp alone...is worth the price of admission).

But only liked, Love Rears Its Ugly Head from the follow-up, Time's Up.

And...I don't think, the band...with it's sampling, 80s Glam, and heavy guitar mix; has aged very well. Still...some gems.




 

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What About Me? is the sixteenth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released in 1984.

The album's title track, "What About Me?", is sung in trio with R&B singer James Ingram and Rogers' former New Christy Minstrels bandmate turned solo star Kim Carnes, which is a love song that reached number one on the AC charts and was also a pop and country hit, giving co-writer Richard Marx his first number one hit as a writer.

The album also includes "Two Hearts, One Love" by Byron Hill, "The Stranger", "The Night Goes On" (a R&B influenced ballad), and "Crazy" - a song Rogers co-wrote with Richard Marx that also charted and gave Rogers yet another number-one hit and Marx his second number one hit as a writer.

Sheila E. – percussion
Richard Marx – backing vocals
Kenny Rogers II – backing vocals (from his marriage to Margo Anderson)

Rogers received three Grammy Awards and recognition for lifetime achievement from the Country Music Association. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013.

On March 20, 2020, Rogers died under hospice care at his home in Sandy Springs, Georgia.
 

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Cream - Royal Albert Hall London May 2-3-5-6 2005

 

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I was a fan, of Living Color...and this album; as well, as the EP Biscuits (Vernon Reid's playing, on Burning of the Midnight Lamp alone...is worth the price of admission).

But only liked, Love Rears Its Ugly Head from the follow-up, Time's Up.

And...I don't think, the band...with it's sampling, 80s Glam, and heavy guitar mix; has aged very well. Still...some gems.

https://youtu.be/CoOvbNv-XxU

https://youtu.be/e7FX6sAL0Zw

https://youtu.be/kcT_bHFJrCQ

https://youtu.be/MQcPB1WkISI
Excellent! Vernon Reid would go on to play more Jazz themed music. :cool:
 
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