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Teri Morris


  • Alice Cooper Goes To Hell

    The raw-edged sound and transparently vicious image of the original Cooper band required that Alice's voice be defiantly non-musical. At the onset of his solo career, however, "Only Women Bleed" convinced many that he could carry a tune. Not surprisingly, when Alice Cooper Goes to Hell reaches for dramatic impact, he displays a tasteful, if […]

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  • Howlin' Wind

    On his first album, Graham Parker draws unabashedly from some of the most powerful stylistic devices of Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan. While he sometimes goes too far, Parker is justified time and again by the Rumour's exciting approach. Led by veteran pub rocker Brinsley Schwarz, the group includes Bob Andrews, keyboard player […]

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