Tag Archives: Steve Logan

Steve Logan, Backstreets of Eden. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

If only there had been a side-street, a sort of half way house for the convicted, a place where they could have been tagged and kept an eye on by the God of their choice, then perhaps Adam and Eve could have found their way back to the secret garden a lot quicker, harsh but fair it would have been announced as, a banishment fitting the crime and yet if there had been the Backstreets of Eden, then the music would still have got to their ears and redemption may have been found.

Steve Logan, Wanted Alive. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Wanted Alive, to be found offering a small part of a healthy, giving and loving soul to those in need of help, who require assistance and those whose own life has taken a downturn because the music has left them, to be found and needed with all your hear, to be Wanted Alive is to feel human, important to someone and assured to put a hefty smile upon your face.

Steve Logan, Deliverance. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 7.5/10

The thought of Deliverance can run very deep, even in those that perhaps shun away from a society that might ridicule their beliefs and place their dreams into a box with a single x attached to its side; deliverance, sanctuary and the chance to be yourself in escapism are all notable and worthy aspects for those that really want to be different, want to have their own script to work from. It is the sign of a free person that aspires to the act of deliverance.