Underworld, the best singles

Underworld singer Karl Hyde turns 60 years old on May 10th 2017. As a tribute the very best Underworld singles in a row!

The Congos – Heart Of the Congos

In 1977 Lee “Scratch” Perry made one his masterpieces at his Black Ark Studio in Jamaica: Heart Of The Congos, a beautiful roots reggae album. A retrospective view.

The best albums made by women

I don’t own many albums made by women. Unfairly, as it seems. While making the best 10-list many are discarded.

Prince – Motherless Child

Better than any article or text, Prince needs to be seen. An incredible, emotional, beautiful version of Motherless Child. Prince at his very best!

Prince – One year later…

One year ago the musical genius Prince passed away. What has happened since then? What will become of his vast musical archive. A look back.

Killing Joke – Revelations

Killing Joke’s third album Revelations is their best. The first Killing Joke to be produced by the legendary Conny Plank. A tribute to a unique album.

The best ABBA singles

ABBA: Sweden’s hitmachine. But no formula music. Beautiful, emotional music. Ingenious melodies and beautiful singing. Particularly thanks to Agnetha Fältskog!

Sun, top funk & soul from Ohio

Sun, a forgotten funk & soul band who released three great albums from 1976 to 1978. One year ago they were remastered and re-released. Beautiful funky music, that deserves to be heard!

Prince is victorious (once again) with Sign O’ The Times

On March 27th 1987 I bought Sign O’ The Times, again a kaleidoscopic album. The genius of the musical whirlwind from Minneapolis seemed limitless. And after 9 months he came to Europe again! New band, new look, new tour. A look back at one of the many highlights in Prince’s career.

AC/DC – Let There Be Rock

AC/DC’s Let There Be Rock was the first album on which AC/DC found their definitive sound. A heavy, direct and swinging album. A look back on AC/DC, and Let There Be Rock in particular.