Todd Rundgren’s “Utopia!” This is a great photo by Chris “Razz” of a great progressive rock band from the 70’s…Todd Rundgren’s Utopia! I was a young kid in Seattle when my girlfriend wanted to see the guy who sang “Hello… Read More ›
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Utopia’s Lost Treasure! All hardcore Todd Rundgren and Utopia fans know about this album, but for the more “casual” Todd Rundgren fan, you may have missed one of Utopia’s neglected gems: a terrific collection of power pop tunes – as… Read More ›
“It was a disco spoof, but it was a hoot to record and I remember laughing so hard I cried.” Todd Rundgren And Utopia Go “Disco!” Not familiar with this Utopia album? Well that’s because it was never released! More… Read More ›
Warren Zevon’s Lucky “Bad Luck” Streak! Bruce Springsteen! Brilliant Followup To “Werewolves Of London!”
Warren Zevon NEVER Threw Up His Hands! No, he was too busy playing piano and writing some of music’s most memorable songs! Yes, of course there is this one: “Werewolves Of London” is his signature song, from the classic album… Read More ›
Warren Zevon! “Ray Donovan” Loves It! Linda Ronstadt’s Smash Hits! Eagles All Over It! Jackson Browne Produced It!
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A Pair Of “Desperados” Indeed! Tonight, the ending of “Ray Donovan” included “Desperadoes Under The Eaves”, a brilliant Warren Zevon Song from this Brilliant self-titled Warren Zevon album! Let’s look at one of Zevon’s greatest artistic…
Todd Rundgren’s “Utopia 2!” A Neglected 80’s Power Pop Classic! Kasim Sulton’s Departure – And Return!
The Two Faces Of Utopia! Fans of Todd Rundgren and Utopia know there are two albums titled “Utopia”: one is the band’s debut, and the other almost a decade later…both are terrific for different reasons… This first Utopia album was… Read More ›
Todd Rundgren Stays “Faithful!” A Shocking Record Label Betrayal! Beatles Covers! Brilliant New Songs!
“Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something…Faithful!” It was one of Todd Rundgren’s sterling achievements – a single side of music as good as anything he has ever released… “Rundgren’s ‘clearest and most interesting set of songs since Something/Anything?’” The… Read More ›