Earlier Work (1980’s-2012)

Once Upon A Time

Published And/Or Written Articles From Previous Years (e.g., Underground Music Press, 1980’s-2010’s Freelance and Published work., etc. -Oldest to Latest)

1986

  • Shelter by Lone Justice (1986 Album Review/Frl)
  • This Side of Paradise by Ric Ocasek (1986 Album Review/Oct. 1986/Frl)
  • Blah Blah Blah by Iggy Pop (1986 Album Review/Nov. 1986/Frl)
  • Life Rich Pageant by R.E.M. (1986 Album Review/1986/UMP)

1987

  • CBGB in the 80’s: Changes (Jan. 1987 / again in Feb. 2000 /UMP)
  • True Stories by Talking Heads & The David Byrne’s Film of Same Name (1987 Album & Film Review/UMP)
  • Ready or Not by Lou Gramm (1987 Album Review/Mar. 1987/UMP)
  • EVOL by Sonic Youth (1986 Album Review/Mar. 1987/UMP)
  • Athens, Ga: Inside/Out (1987 Film Review / April 1987/UMP)
  • Mirage by Meat Puppets (1987 Album Review/May 1987/UMP)
  • Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough) by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers(1987 Album Review/May 1987/UMP
  • Tango in the Night by Fleetwood Mac (1987 Album Review/June 1987/UMP)
  • Bring The Family by John Hiatt (1987 Album Review/June 1987/UMP)
  • Coming Around Again by Carly Simon (1987 Album Review/June 1987/UMP)
  • One Way Home by The Hooters (1987 Album Review / July 1987/UMP)
  • Buster Poindexter by B. Poindexter aka David Johansen of NY Dolls (1987 Album Review / July 1987/UMP)
  • Franks Wild Years by Tom Waits (1987 Album Review / Aug. 1987/UMP)
  • Radio K.A.O.S. by Roger Waters (1987 Album Review/Aug. 1987/UMP)
  • Suzanne Vega & Solitude Standing by Suzanne Vega (1987 Two Album Review / Sept 1987/UMP)
  • Bo-Day-Shus! by Mojo Nixon Skid Roper (1987 Album Review/UMP)
  • Tunnel of Love by Bruce Springsteen (1987 Album Review / Oct. 1987 / UMP)
  • Diesel and Dust by Midnight Oil (1987 Album Review/Oct. 1987/UMP)
  • Poetic Champions Compose by Van Morrison (1987 Album Review/Oct. 1987/UMP)
  • Echo & the Bunnymen “self-titled” (1987 Album Review/Oct. 1987/UMP)
  • Strangeways, Here We Come by The Smiths (1987 Album Review/Oct. 1987/UMP)
  • Never Enough by Patty Smyth (1987 Album Review /UMP)
  • Music from Across The River: The New Jersey Music Scene (Nov. 1987/UMP)
  • The First 5 Albums by Cheap Trick (1987 Album(s) Review/Nov. 1987/UMP)
  • Hate Your Friends by Lemonheads (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)
  • Sister by Sonic Youth (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)
  • In My Tribe by 10,000 Maniacs (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)
  • This Ain’t No Outer Space Ship by Love Tractor (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)
  • Happy Come Home by Victoria Williams (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)
  • Earth, Sun, Moon by Love and Rockets (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)
  • High Priest by Alex Chilton (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)
  • The Greatest Hits by The Boomtown Rats (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)
  • I Hear You Rockin: Live by The Dave Edmunds Band (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)
  • The Turning by Sam (Leslie)Phillips (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)
  • Document by R.E.M. (1987 Album Review/1987/UMP)

1988

  • Roy Orbison and Friends: A Black and White Night “Cable TV Special” (1988 TV Review/UMP)
  • Never Die Young by James Taylor (1988 Album Review/Jan. 1988/UMP)
  • A Trip To Maxwells (Feb. 1988 / UMP)
  • The Night Guns N Roses Played CBGB 10.30.87 (Jan. 1988 article/UMP)
  • Hang Time by Soul Asylum (1988 Album Review/Feb. 1988/UMP)
  • The Boss Returns to The Meadowlands (Spring, 1988/UMP)
  • Naked by Talking Heads (1988 Album Review/Apr. 1988/UMP)
  • The Mona Lisa’s Sister by Graham Parker (1988 Album Review/May 1988/UMP)
  • Life’s Too Good by The Sugarcubes (1988 Album Review / UMP)
  • Confessions of a Pop Group by The Style Council “Paul Weller” (1988 Album Review/UMP)
  • All of This and Nothing – The Psychedelic Furs (1988 Album Review / UMP)
  • Instinct by Iggy Pop (1988 Album Review/June, 1988/FRL/UMP)
  • Dream of Life by Patti Smith (1988 Album Review/July 1988/UMP)
  • Brian Wilson “self-titled” by Brian Wilson (1988 Album Review/Aug. 1988/UMP
  • Sweetheart of the Rodeo by The Byrds (20th Anniversary)(1988 Album Review/Aug. 1988/UMP)
  • Lucinda Williams “self-titled” (1988 Album Review/1988/UMP)
  • A Concert For Human Rights Now: Live from Philadelphia (Amnesty International Concert: Bruce Springsteen, Peter Gabriel, Sting…../Sept. 1988/UMP)
  • Fur by Jane Weidlin (of Go-Go’s)(1988 Album Review/1988/UMP)
  • Dry As A Bone EP/Rehab by Green River (1988 Album Review(s)/Sept. 1988/UMP)
  • Greatest Hits Live by Carly Simon (1988 Album Review/Sept. 1988/UMP)
  • Talk Is Cheap by Keith Richards (1988 Album Review/Oct. 1988/UMP)
  • Only Life by The Feelies (1988 Album Review/Oct. 1988/UMP)
  • The Traveling Wilburys, Vol. 1 by The Traveling Wilburys (Dylan, Harrison/Orbison/Petty/Lynne)(1988 Album Review/Nov. 1988/UMP)
  • True Surprise Meanings To Some Popular Hit Songs (1988 article/Dec. 1988/UMP/ MSN Gr. Updated 2002)
  • Everything’s  Different Now by Til Tuesday (Aimee Mann)(1988 Album Review/1988/UMP)
  • Tender Prey by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (1988 Album Review/1988/UMP)
  • Farther Along: The Best of the Flying Burrito Brothers by The Flying Burrito Brothers (1988 Album Review/1988/UMP)
  • Slow Turning by John Hiatt (1988 Album Review/1988/UMP)
  • Lap of Luxury by Cheap Trick (1988 Album Review/1988/UMP)
  • The Indescribable Wow by Sam (Leslie) Phillips (1988 Album Review/1988/UMP)
  • Rough Night in Jericho by Dreams So Real (1988 Album Review/1988/UMP)
  • Green by R.E.M. (1988 Album Review/1988/UMP)
  • Eponymous by R.E.M. (1988 Album Review/ UMP)
  • Live From Martha’s Vineyard by Carly Simon (1988 Video/DVD Review/1988/UMP)

1989

  • Telepathic Surgery by The Flaming Lips (1989 Album Review/Jan. 1989/UMP)
  • New York by Lou Reed (1989 Album Review /Jan. 1989/UMP/Frl)
  • The Time I Talked To Peter Frampton On Rockline 2.17.86 (Feb 1989 article/UMP)
  • Southside by Texas “from Scotland” (1989 Album Review / April 1989/UMP)
  • Get The Knack “10th Anniversary” (1989 Album Review/April 1989/UMP)
  • Disintegration by The Cure (1989 Album Review / May 1989/UMP)
  • City Streets by Carol King (1989 Album Review/May 1989/UMP)
  • Full Moon Fever by Tom Petty (1989 Album Review/May 1989/UMP)
  • Mystery Girl by Roy Orbison (1989 Album Review/1989/UMP)
  • Love and Rockets “self-titled” (1989 Album Review/May 1989/UMP)
  • Yo Frankie by Dion (1989 Album Review/May 1989/UMP)
  • Flowers in the Dirt by Paul McCartney (1989 Album Review/May 1989/UMP)
  • CBGB is Forced to Suspend It’s Sunday Hardcore Matinees (1989 / UMP)
  • Maria McKee “Self-Titled” (1989 Album Review / June 1989 / UMP)
  • Blind Man’s Zoo by 10,000 Maniacs (1989 Album Review/June 1989/UMP)
  • Some Bands Refuse to Go Away!  (July 1989/UMP)
  • Home by The BoDeans (1989 Album Review/Aug. 1989/UMP)
  • Chris Isaak “self-titled” & Heart Shaped World by Chris Isaak (1989 Album Review(s)/Aug. 1989/UMP)
  • Oh Mercy by Bob Dylan (1989 Album Review/Sept. 1989/UMP)
  • Bleach by Nirvana (1989 Album Review/Sept. 1989/UMP)
  • Megatop Phoenix by Big Audio Dynamite (1989 Album Review/Sept. 1989/UMP)
  • The Seeds of Love by Tears for Fears (1989 Album Review/Oct. 1989 / UMP)
  • Long Hard Look by Lou Gramm (1989 Album Review/Oct. 1989/UMP)
  • Acadie by Daniel Lanois (1989 Album Review/Oct. 1989/UMP)
  • The Cowpunk Scene of the 1980s (Oct. 1989 – Part of the “Look Back Series”/UMP)
  • Paisley Underground: Looking Back (Nov. 1989 – Part of the “Look Back Series”/UMP)
  • Why 79’s Torpedoes is Tom Petty’s Best Album Ever (article/Nov. 1989/UMP)
  • The Sensual World by Kate Bush (1989 Album Review/Nov. 1989/UMP)
  • Strange Angels by Laurie Anderson (1989 Album Review/Nov. 1989/UMP)
  • Zig Zag by The Hooters (1989 Album Review/Nov. 1989/UMP)
  • 1980’s: The Decade in Music (Dec. 1989 /UMP)Thunder and Fire by Jason & The Scorchers (1989 Album Review/Dec. 1989/UMP)
  • Live at Raji’s by The Dream Syndicate (1989 Album Review/1989/UMP)
  • Kite by Kristy MacColl (1989 Album Review/1989/UMP)
  • Rockbird/Def, Dumb & Blonde by Debbie “Deborah” Harry (1989 Album Review(s)/1989/UMP)
  • Some Hearts by The Everly Brothers (1989 Album Review/1989/UMP)
  • Basic by Fred Maher and Robert Quine (1984 Album reviewed 1989/UMP)
  • …But Seriously by Phil Collins (1989 Album Review/Dec. 1989/UMP)

1990

  • Reading, Writing and Arithmetic by The Sundays (1990 Album Review/May 1990/UMP)
  • Tom Waits Awarded $2.5 Million From Potato Chip Company  (Article/May 1990/UMP)
  • Poor Little Critter on the Road by The Knitters (1990 Review of the 1985 Album / June 1990/UMP)
  • If Punk Rock Taught Us Anything (article 1990/UMP)
  • Swing The Statue by Victoria Williams (1990 Album Review/1990/UMP)
  • Party of One by Nick Lowe (1990 Album Review/UMP)
  • Stepping Out: The Very Best of Joe Jackson (1990 Album Review/UMP)
  • Meet John Doe by John Doe (1990 Album Review/UMP)
  • And the Horse They Rode In On by Soul Asylum (1990 Album Review/1990/UMP)
  • Pod by The Breeders (1990 Album Review/1990/UMP)
  • All the Stuff (And More), Vol. 1 & 2 by Ramones (1990 Album(s) Review/June 1990/UMP)
  • Stolen Moments by John Hiatt (1990 Album Review/July 1990/UMP)
  • Other Voices by Paul Young (1990 Album Review/July 1990/UMP)
  • Song for Drella by Lou Reed and John Cale (1990 Album Review/Aug. 1990/UMP)
  • She Hangs Brightly by Mazzy Star (1990 Album Review/Sept. 1990/UMP
  • The Best of Doug Sahm & the Sir Douglas Quintet 1968-1975 by Doug Sahm / The Sir Douglas Quintet (1990 Album Review/1990/UMP)
  • Closer to the Flame by Dave Edmunds (1990 Album Review/1990/UMP)
  • Armchair Theatre by Jeff Lynne (1990 Album Review/1990/UMP)
  • Little by Vic Chestnutt (1990 Album Review/1990/UMP)
  • Gloryline by Dreams So Real (1990 Album Review/1990/UMP)
  • Tourfilm by R.E.M. (1990 Video/DVD Review/1990/UMP)

1991

  • The Replacements & Uncle Tupelo Live in Baltimore (1991/UMP)
  • Green Mind by Dinosaur, Jr. (1991 Album Review/Mar. 1991/UMP)
  • Out of Time by REM (1991 Album Review/Mar. 1991/UMP)
  • What’s With All the Flannel Shirts: Oh Wait, Nevermind (May 1991 /UMP)
  • Why Do Birds Sing? by Violent Femmes (1991 Album Review/May 1991/UMP)
  • Life’s Too Short by Marshall Crenshaw (1991 Album Review/May 1991/UMP)
  • Gish by The Smashing Pumpkins (1991 Album Review/June 1991/UMP)
  • Cruel Inventions by Sam (Leslie) Phillips (1991 Album Review/June 1991/UMP)
  • Jim Morrison: 20 Years After the Passing of the Lizard King (Article/July 1991/UMP)
  • Electric Landlady by Kristy MacColl (1991 Album Review/July 1991/UMP)
  • Into the Great Wide Open by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (1991 Album Review/July 1991/UMP)
  • MTV: The First Decade….What’s Next? (Article/Aug. 1991/UMP)
  • Blue Blvd. by Dave Alvin (1991 Album Review/Sept. 1991/UMP)
  • Mothers Heaven by Texas “from Scotland” (1991 Album Review / Oct. 1991 / UMP)
  • Fear by Toad the Wet Sprocket (1991 Album Review/Oct. 1991/UMP)
  • New Moon Shine by James Taylor (1991 Album Review/Oct. 1991/UMP)
  • Widespread Panic “self-titled” (1991 Album Review/Oct. 1991/UMP)
  • Stands For Decibels by The dB’s (1991 Album Review of their 1981 Release/UMP)
  • Girlfriend by Matthew Sweet (1991 Album Review/Dec. 1991/UMP)
  • Bandwagonesque by Teenage Fanclub (1991 Album Review/Dec. 1991/UMP)

1992

  • Magic and Loss by Lou Reed (1992 Album Review/Jan. 1992/UMP)
  • I Am the Cosmos by Chris Bell (1992 Album Review/Mar. 1992/UMP)
  • Sweet Oblivion by Screaming Trees (1992 Album Review/April 1992/UMP)
  • Hey Baby by Juliana Hatfield (1992 Album Review/April 1992/UMP)
  • Two New Albums from The Boss in One Day: Bring Back E Street! (1992 Album Reviews / April 1992/UMP)
  • Grave Dancers Union by Soul Asylum (1992 Album Review/May 1992/UMP)
  • #1 Record/Radio City by Big Star (1992 Review of the Two Album Comp. Release/June 1992/UMP)
  • Slanted and Enchanted by Pavement (1992 Album Review/June 1992/UMP
  • No Depression by Uncle Tupelo (1992 Album Review / July 1992/UMP)
  • Singles “Movie Soundtrack” and Film (1992 Reviews/July 1992/UMP)
  • Dry by PJ Harvey (1992 Album Review/July 1992/UMP)
  • Out of the Cradle by Lindsey Buckingham (1992 Album Release/July 1992/UMP)
  • Patty Smyth “Self Titled” by Patty Smyth (1992 Album Review /Aug. 1992/UMP)
  • The Criminal Under My Own Hat by T Bone Burnett (1992 Album Review/Aug. 1992/UMP)
  • Hollywood Town Hall by The Jayhawks (1992 Album Review/Oct. 1992/UMP)
  • Automatic For The People (1992 Album Review/Oct. 1992/UMP)
  • Sand in the Vaseline: Popular Favorites 1976-1992 by Talking Heads (1992 Album Review/Oct. 1992/UMP)
  • Blind by The Sundays (1992 Album Review/Nov. 1992/UMP)
  • Sweet Old World by Lucinda Williams (1992 Album Review/1992/UMP)
  • Infamous Angel by Iris DeMent (1992 Album Review/1992/UMP)
  • 25 Years – The Chain by Fleetwood Mac (1992 Album Review/Dec. 1992/UMP)
  • Little Village “self-titled” (John Hiatt, Nick Lowe, Ry Cooder & Jim Keltner)(1992 Album Review/1992/UMP)
  • The Pilgram by Joey Molland (of Badfinger)(1992 Album Review/1992/UMP)
  • No Regrets: The Best of Scott Walker and the Walker Brothers (1992 Album Review/1992/UMP)
  • Drenched by Miracle Legion (1992 Album Review/1992/UMP)

1993

  • GP by Gram Parsons “20th Anniversary” (1993 Album Review/Jan. 1993/UMP)
  • Everyday by Widespread Panic (1993 Album Review/Mar. 1993/UMP)
  • Whatever by Aimee Mann (1993 Album Review/May 1993/UMP)
  • Thousand Roads by David Crosby (1993 Album Review/May 1993/UMP)
  • Rid of Me by PJ Harvey (1993 Album Review/May 1993/UMP)
  • San Francisco Days by Chris Isaak (1993 Album Review/May 1993/UMP)
  • For the Beauty of Wynona by Daniel Lanois (1993 Album Review/May 1993/UMP)
  • New Miserable Experience by Gin Blossoms (1992 Album Review / Summer 1993/UMP)
  • You Gotta Sin to Get Saved by Maria McKee (1993 Album Review/July 1993/UMP)
  • Exile in Guyville by Liz Phair (1993 Album Review/July 1993/UMP)
  • Altered Beast by Matthew Sweet (1993 Album Review/July 1993/UMP)
  • The Great Lost Twilley Album by Dwight Twilley Band (1993 Album Review/July 1993/UMP)
  • Siamese Dream by The Smashing Pumpkins (1993 Album Review/Aug. 1993/UMP)
  • Perfectly Good Guitar by John Hiatt (1993 Album Review/Sept. 1993/UMP)
  • Tuesday Night Music Club by Sheryl Crow (1993 Album Review/Sept. 1993/UMP)
  • Go Slow Down by The BoDeans (1993 Album Review/Oct. 1993/UMP)
  • Gentleman by The Afghan Whigs (1993 Album Review/Oct. 1993/UMP)
  • My Life by Iris DeMent (1993 Album Review/1993/UMP)
  • Buckingham-Nicks (20th Anniversary Album Review/1993/UMP)
  • Chronic Town/Murmur/Reckoning/Fables of the Reconstruction/Dead Letter Office by R.E.M. (Several Earlier R.E.M. Albums Reviewed/1993 “10th Anniversary of Murmur”/UMP
  • Ricks Road by Texas “from Scotland”  (1993 Album Review / Nov. 1993 UMP)
  • So Tonight That I Might See by Mazzy Star (1993 Album Review / Dec. 1993/UMP)
  • Debravation by Debbie “Deborah” Harry (1993 Album Review/1993/UMP)

1994

  • Grievous Angel by Gram Parsons “20th Anniversary” (1994 Album Review/Jan. 1994/UMP)
  • 25 Greatest Music Towns in America (Mar. 1994 article/UMP)
  • Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon”: 20 Years Later! (Article/Review Mar. 1994/BMP)
  • Martinis & Bikinis by Sam (Leslie) Phillips (1994 Album Review/Mar. 1994/UMP)
  • Kurt Cobain: 1967-1994 (Article and Retropective of Nirvana/Grunge/The Seattle Music Scene/Apr. 1994/UMP)
  • Parklife by Blur (1994 Album Review/May 1994/UMP)
  • The Big Star Story (1994 Article/Sept. 1994/UMP)
  • Ain’t Life Grand by Widespread Panic (1994 Album Review/Sept. 1994/UMP)
  • Rock & Roll by New York Dolls (1994 Comp. Album Review / Oct. 1994/UMP)
  • Monster by R.E.M. (1994 Album Review/Oct. 1994/UMP)
  • BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert by Lone Justice (1994 Album Review/UMP)
  • Loose by Victoria Williams (1994 Album Review/1994/UMP)
  • * Untitled Story (Nov. 1994 /only posted sections online in 2002*)
  • Definitely Maybe by Oasis (1994 Album Review/Nov. 1994/UMP)
  • Wildflowers by Tom Petty 1994 Album Review/Nov. 1994/UMP)
  • The Platinum Collection by Blondie (1994 Album Review/Nov. 1994/UMP)
  • Roman Candle by Elliott Smith (1994 Album Review/1994/UMP)
  • Cliches by Alex Chilton (1994 Album Review/UMP)
  • American Thighs by Veruca Salt (1994 Album Review/Dec. 1994/UMP)
  • Aurora Gory Alice by Letters to Cleo (1994 Album Review/1994/UMP)

1995

  • Sincerely Yours, The Breakfast Club (Feb. 1995 /again in Feb. 2ooo Revised/Frl/UMP/MSN Gr. 2004)
  • Forever Blue by Chris Isaak (1995 Album Review/June 1995/UMP)
  • Born in the U.S.A. “1oth Anniversary” (1995 Article/Album Review/June 1995/UMP)
  • Come and Get It: The Best of Badfinger by Badfinger (1995 Album Review/June 1995/UMP)
  • Relish by Joan Osbourne (1995 Album Review /Sept. 1995/UMP)
  • Garbage “self-titled” (1995 Album Review/Sept. 1995/UMP)
  • (What’s The Story) Morning Glory by Oasis (1995 Album Review/Oct. 1995/UMP)
  • Trace by Son Volt (1995 Album Review/Oct. 1995/UMP)
  • The Ghost of Tom Joad by Bruce Springsteen (1995 Album Review/Nov. 1995/UMP)
  • Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness by The Smashing Pumpkins (1995 Album Review/Nov. 1995/UMP)
  • Living Under June by Jann Arden (1995 Album Review/1995/UMP)
  • No Doubt (92), The Beacon Street Collection (95) & Tragic Kingdom (95) by No Doubt (1995 Album(s) Review/Dec. 1995/UMP)
  • How Many Times Can You See One Band, Part One (Dec. 1995 article discusses the likes of artists like Cheap Trick, Fleetwood Mac, Bruce Springsteen etc./UMP)
  • Tilt by Scott Walker (1995 Album Review/1995/UMP)
  • Vainly Clutching at Phantom Limbs by Elf Power (1995 Album Review/1995/UMP)

1996

  • How Many Times Can You See One Band, Part Two (Jan. 1996 article/UMP)
  • Life is Sweet by Maria McKee (1996 Album Review/April 1996/UMP)
  • The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds: 3o Years Later! (Article/review/May 1996.UMP)
  • David Bryne Sues Ex-Bandmates To Prevent Them Touring As “The Heads” (Article/Aug. 1996/UMP)
  • Nine Objects of Desire by Suzanne Vega (1996 Album Review / Sept. 1996/UMP)
  • Elton John: Looking Back 1969-1976 (Article/”Part of the Looking Back Series”/1996/UMP)
  • Tidal by Fiona Apple (1996 Album Review/Sept. 1996/UMP)
  • New Adventures in Hi-Fi by R.E.M. (1996 Album Review/Sept. 1996/UMP)
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Finally Opens! (article/Sept. 1996/UMP)
  • Revisiting The Last Waltz: 20 Years Later (Nov. 1996 /UMP)
  • Among My Swan by Mazzy Star (1996 Album Review/Nov. 1996/UMP)
  • First Band on the Moon by The Cardigans (1996 Album Review/Nov. 1996/UMP)
  • This Fire by Paula Cole (1996 Album Review/Dec. 1996/UMP)
  • Forgiven, Not Forgotten by The Corrs (1996 Album Review/1996/UMP)

1997

  • White on Blonde by Texas “from Scotland” (1997 Album Review /Feb. 1997 /UMP)
  • Bombs and Butterflies by Widespread Panic (1997 Album Review/Feb. 1997/UMP)
  • The Clash/Give ‘Em Enough Rope/London Calling/Sandinsta!/Combat Rock/Cut the Crap by The Clash (Retrospective Look back at all their Studio Albums/May 1997/UMP)
  • U2’s PopMart Tour Review (Nov. 1997/UMP)

1998

  • A Thousand Leaves by Sonic Youth (1998 Album Review /May 1998/UMP)
  • Enchanted “Stevie Nicks Box-Set” by Stevie Nicks (1998 Album Review/May 1998/UMP)
  • Version 2.0 by Garbage (1998 Album Review/May 1998/UMP)
  • Up by R.E.M. (1998 Album Review/Nov. 1998/UMP)

1999

  • The History of Rockline: Radio’s Most Enduring Rock & Roll Show (Jan. 1999 article/UMP)
  • No Exit by Blondie (1999 Album Review /March 1999/UMP)
  • Mule Variations by Tom Waits (1999 Album Review /April 1999/UMP)
  • The Hush by Texas “from Scotland” (1999 Album Review / May 1999/UMP)
  • All Night Long by Billy Burnette (1999 Album Review/UMP)
  • Return of the Grievous Angel: A Tribute to Gram Parsons by Various Artists (1999 Album Review/Aug. 1999/Frl/UMP)
  • 1990’s: The Decade in Music (Dec. 1999  UMP)

2000 – 2010

  • The Reunited E Street Band’s Return to The Big Easy (Mar. 2000 / Frl/MSN Gr.)
  • Almost Famous (2000 Film Review / Sept. 2ooo/Frl, MSN Gr.)
  • Heartbreaker by Ryan Adams/2000 Album Review/Sept. 2000/Frl/MSN Gr.)
  • In Blue by The Corrs (2000 Album Review/Oct. 2000/Frl/MSN Gr.)
  • Reveal by R.E.M. (2001 Album Review/2001 /Frl. MSN Gr.)
  • Bavarian Fruit Bread by Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions (Mazzy Star) (2001 Album Review/Dec. 2001/Frl. MSN Gr.)
  • Top Rock & Roll Places to Visit in the U.S. (Jan. 2002 article/Frl.MSN Gr.)
  • Four Albums By Ron Sexsmith (Grand Opera Lane, Ron Sexsmith, Other Songs, Whereabouts)(2000 Albums Review/Article on Ron Sexsmith/April 2002/Frl/MSN Gr.)
  • Yankee Hotel Foxtrot by Wilco (2002 Album Review / May 2002 / Frl/MSN Gr.)
  • Peter Frampton: Thirty Years Since Wind of Change (Aug. 2oo2 Article/Frl./Online*)
  • Rock & Roll Drive-In Saturday Night (Fictional Story / Sept. 2002*)
  • Rainy Day Music by The Jayhawks (2003 Album Review / April 2003/Frl, MSN Gr.)
  • Athens, Ga: The One Time Center of the Universe! (April 2003 “2oth Anniversary of Murmur by REM/Frl/MSN Gr.)
  • High Dive by Maria McKee (2003 Album Review/May 2003/Frl/MSN Gr.)
  • Hello Starling by Josh Ritter (2003 Album Review/Sept. 2003/Frl/MSN Gr.)
  • Three Minute Warnings: the Long Ryders Live in New York City (2003 Album Review/Frl)
  • What’s Right & What’s Wrong with The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (article/April 2004/Frl/MSN Gr./online*)
  • Driving Will Slow at Night (Fictional Story /Sept. 2005/online*)
  • New Moon by Elliott Smith (2007 Album Review/May 2007/Frl)
  • Through the Devil Softly by Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions (Mazzy Star) (2009 Album Review/Oct. 2009/Frl. MSN Gr./FL.P.)
  • 2000’s: The Decade in Music (Dec. 2009/Frl/online*)
  • Alex Chilton: December 28, 1950 to March 17, 2010 (Mar. 2010 article/Frl/online*)
  • The Harrow & The Harvest by Gillian Welch (2011 Album Review/July 2011/Frl.)
  • Presently a book is in the works.
  • Since The 1980’s:
    • Assistance has been given to others too. (e.g. Contributions, Fact Checked and Research for articles on Music, Film, Television, Video/DVD/Blu-Ray, Celebrities, Locations, etc.)
    • A huge number of films, television shows and specials (have been reviewed or review assisted.)
    • Several books/novels/magazines (have been reviewed or review assisted.)
    • Several music venues and concerts (have been reviewed or review assisted)
    • Several lists and archives have been arranged and documented.
    • More than two dozen different websites, blog sites, forums, groups/communities have been designed, put together and operated since the late 90’s. One such web group was the largest and busiest on MSN Groups/Communities for 3 1/2 years consisting of thousands of members until MSN closed all groups due to the changes in social media. Those involved continued to write in some well known blogs, websites, print magazines, papers and personalized forums, etc. Subjects varied from music, film and television to current events and news stories.

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