Album Review: Mayer Hawthorne – How Do You Do

Get ready for a musical experience that will take you back to early 70s Detroit. Close your eyes while listening to How Do You Do, the second full-length from Mayer Hawthorne, and you’ll have no difficulty imagining yourself seated on a comfy naugahyde couch. If you’re a gentleman, you might just imagine a lovely lady

The Men (and Woman) Who Would Be King (Crimson): The Two of a Perfect Trio Tour (Part Two)

In Part One I laid out a potted history of King Crimson, with an emphasis on how that chronology led to the current Two of a Perfect Trio tour featuring Adrian Belew, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto. When we left off, the players were explaining the tour’s origins. “And,” Pat Mastelotto adds, “it seemed pretty

EP Review: Mayer Hawthorne – Impressions

What can I say? I’m old-school. It’s only an album if you can hear it and hold it in your hand. But modern technology being what it is, and the economics of the music industry being what they are, I do understand that there are times when a digital-only release makes economic sense for an

About Bill Kopp / Musoscribe

Bill’s first book, Reinventing Pink Floyd, was published by Rowman & Littlefield in February 2018. His second book, Disturbing the Peace: 415 Records and the Dawn of New Wave, will be published in 2021 by HoZac Books. Depending on one’s interest, one is either amazed and entertained or bored to tears with Bill Kopp’s encyclopedic