Like a foghorn in the mist, co-leader Olga Goreas’ tasty lines are landmarks in the psychedelic/shoegaze swirl of Museum. Unhurried and unmovable, Goreas never plays too much or too little, occupying a space underneath drummer Kevin Laing’s kick drum but always audible alongside her cohorts. Highlights: the grinding ostinato of “Golden Lion,” her distorted and melodic lines underneath “Tungsten 4: The Refugee,” and the way she plays off the vocal line in “Necronomicon.”
CD Review: The Brothers and Sisters "Dylan's Gospel"
Just weeks before he became a member of Elvis Presley’s touring TCB Band in 1969, Jerry Scheff laid down rock-solid lines on this set of Bob Dylan classics recorded at an African-American church in Los Angeles.