Posts Tagged: Piano Pop

Eli and the Thirteenth Confession (1968) – Laura Nyro

To say Laura Nyro was ahead of her time is a meaningless statement considering there has been none such a perfected brand of musical prowess since. Nyro was one of the great loners. Kate Bush certainly echoed some of it,

Eli and the Thirteenth Confession (1968) – Laura Nyro

To say Laura Nyro was ahead of her time is a meaningless statement considering there has been none such a perfected brand of musical prowess since. Nyro was one of the great loners. Kate Bush certainly echoed some of it,

Night Rains (1979) – Janis Ian

Ian’s mid-late 70s albums are largely undermined by a nagging feeling of soft-rock sedative, despite still showcasing a talented and versatile songwriter. Aftertones (1976) didn’t alternate much from unexpected comeback predecessor Between The Lines, (1975) whilst having few tangible holes; Miracle Row (1977) was actually

Night Rains (1979) – Janis Ian

Ian’s mid-late 70s albums are largely undermined by a nagging feeling of soft-rock sedative, despite still showcasing a talented and versatile songwriter. Aftertones (1976) didn’t alternate much from unexpected comeback predecessor Between The Lines, (1975) whilst having few tangible holes; Miracle Row (1977) was actually