Legend by Poco

Drawn in by the minimalist artwork, I was not disappointed by this Poco LP. Apparently the band was the next chapter for two former members of Buffalo Springfield. Wikipedia suggests that they were well-loved and an enduring band, with a career that has stretched from the late ’60s through as recently as 2021. Last year, sadly, founding member Rusty Young passed away. He wrote six of the nine tracks on Legend. Continue reading Legend by Poco

We Are Family by Sister Sledge

A classic in every sense. Sister Sledge is one of those rare household staples, whether everyone realizes their name or not. Their sound defines the ’70s for me, and that’s saying a lot when you consider that a majority of my wax collection was originally printed in that fortuitous decade. It’s a little bit disco, a little bit R&B, and a whole lotta let’s-boogie-on-the-dancefloor. Everyone certainly knows “We Are Family.”  Continue reading We Are Family by Sister Sledge

Adam Harding & Thor Harris – “C Major for Bonnie”

Bonnie Rides With Us, or at least parts of the 6-track record, was originally 22 minutes, written and recorded by duo Adam Harding and Thor Harris with the intent to bring comfort to their friend Bonnie who had suffered a stroke. Readers may know this friend as Bonnie Mercer, Australian guitarist for Harding’s band, Dumb Numbers (not to mention the rest of her rich career) … Continue reading Adam Harding & Thor Harris – “C Major for Bonnie”