Robert Baird

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Robert Baird Posted: May 09, 2015 0 comments
What keeps Waterfall, the band’s seventh album and the first in four years, from sinking into a kind of earnest, overly precious, 1970s lite rock muck is that James’s many influences are a mist and not a downpour.
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Robert Baird Posted: May 01, 2015 5 comments
While the mass ogling was in full swing and the sickly sweet aroma of jittery, prepubescent testosterone hung heavy in the classroom, I was equally interested in Miss Wagner’s musical selections.
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Robert Baird Posted: May 01, 2015 12 comments
Deep into what Geddy Lee now calls their “kimono period,” the band wrote and recorded, 2112, ("Twenty One Twelve") a record that makes them incredibly pretentious dorks or prog rock gods (in kimonos).
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Robert Baird Posted: Apr 24, 2015 1 comments
After Breezin’ Benson’s well-known fondness for James Brown funk broke out into the open
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Robert Baird Posted: Apr 20, 2015 1 comments
Vinyl Rage! Prospect Expressway Jammed With Overamped Record Buyers Eager For Adam & The Ants, Gwar and Jethro Tull!!! It’s Record Store Day In Brooklyn!!!
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Robert Baird Posted: Apr 17, 2015 3 comments
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Robert Baird Posted: Apr 10, 2015 1 comments
After my Austin sojourn this year, I paid a visit to the more staid and adult universe of the Savannah Music Festival.
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Robert Baird Posted: Mar 23, 2015 0 comments
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Robert Baird Posted: Mar 23, 2015 3 comments
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Robert Baird Posted: Mar 23, 2015 1 comments
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Robert Baird Posted: Mar 20, 2015 0 comments
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Robert Baird Posted: Mar 19, 2015 1 comments
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Robert Baird Posted: Mar 18, 2015 1 comments
Sure, it’s warm here at a time when the northeast is still chilly. Added to that, you can willingly drown yourself in music. Over five days and nights, somewhere north of 2200 bands, solos and everything in between take their shots. And of course it’s always good see friends and colleagues in what is left of both the music and publishing businesses.

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