Kamis, 30 Desember 2010

This, children, is Crack The Sky...

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To those of you unfamiliar with Crack The Sky, start here. Right here. This is a great career retrospective of CTS, especially as these concerts (there are 2 of them, though the later of the two is incomplete) feature 4/5 of the original band. Song selection is outstanding, as is the audio quality (thanks Joe!). And this band rocks. Seriously rocks. The twin lead guitars of Rick Witkowsky and Bobby Hird are terrific, the rhythm team of Joe Macre and Joey D'Amico is rock solid, Glenn Workman's keyboard work adds the "prog rock" element and frontman/wiseguy John Palumbo is...well...John Palumbo.

If you have been thinking of checking CTS out and don't know where to start, start here. Pick your favorite tunes and seek out the albums those tunes are found on and you'll be on your way.

This is one of those items I wish I could bring to your house and force you to watch.

HIGHLY recommended to those of you who enjoy a bit of "prog" mixed in with your rock.

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