Well, I’m back (again) after an extended return to California to attend to a few things, as well as riding back to Illinois (my new home, as yet unsettled) with my niece. Now, with a bit of an opportunity to sit in front of my very small netbook, I have posted my review of the recently released SACD of Close To The Edge as released via Audio Fidelity. I hope to THIS TIME remain more stable and current as I attend to the final stages of my long, looooongggg move. We have yet to locate a house to purchase, and I have yet to find something to avoid the “non-contributor” label by Mrs. TAP. But I (and we) are working on all of that.
Once again, I should alert all to the fact that I don’t have plans to stop MusicTAP. I am currently developing a PR company to handle bands and their needs. I have a band that I’m working with right now to publicize their reissue of a popular classic from the ’90s in LP form (Lycia – COLD). In addition, they have a new album coming so if you’re a Lycia fan, watch for Quiet Moments in the summer months, date TBA).
I’m also in the works to start a label. In fact, in reference to a recent article that I had posted earlier, I’m exploring the possibility of a Kickstarter campaign to remaster and reissue gems from the past. All of these things should be fun. And I hope successful.
I have a few other plans in the works but those will unfold as I become more settled in.
I am very grateful that you have been patient with these sporadic periods of no posts. Remember, I have no immediate plans of retiring MusicTAP. I have too much fun with it. Should I become immersed in another unavoidable project, know that I will be back in short order.