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6 items by Ed Leimbacher

  • Brain Capers

    Brain Capers | ALBUM REVIEW

    Well, up till now Mott's been batting a respectable but unspectacular 333 — one line drive smash still climbing as it left the park (the first album), one disastrous bush-league strikeout (Mad Shadows); and a long fly...

    March 2, 1972 12:00 AM ET
  • Idlewild South

    Idlewild South | ALBUM REVIEW

    Idlewood South is a big step forward from the Allmans' first — that combination of Santana and Led Zeppelin, with the Led finally weighing everything down — but its second side disappoints. Layla, on the other hand,...

    December 24, 1970 12:00 AM ET
  • Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs

    Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs | ALBUM REVIEW

    Idlewood South is a big step forward from the Allmans' first — that combination of Santana and Led Zeppelin, with the Led finally weighing everything down — but its second side disappoints. Layla, on the other hand,...

    December 24, 1970 12:00 AM ET
  • Door To Door (With Albert King)

    Door To Door (With Albert King) | ALBUM REVIEW

    Chess Records has been an erratic, convoluted giant in the blues world: fantastic product till the Sixties, then a period of decline and even bad taste during the middle and late Sixties, then suddenly, in the last...

    January 21, 1970 12:00 AM ET
  • Ballad Of Easy Rider

    Ballad Of Easy Rider | ALBUM REVIEW

    Somehow it doesn't matter that these two bands have gone through enough internal and external hassles to cover the New York Metropolitan Opera for the next ten years. They just keep producing wave after wave of fine...

    December 27, 1969 12:00 AM ET
  • Love Man

    Love Man | ALBUM REVIEW

    With the release of the fourth posthumous Otis Redding album, perhaps it's time to examine the Pedding legend and reassess his position in the pop pantheon. Unquestionably, the man had superb talents — both as composer-songwriter and,...

    August 23, 1969 12:00 AM ET
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