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Bob Kulick-Skeletons in the Closet

Bob Kulick-Skeletons in the Closet

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By:  Allyson Kingsley,  Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

Bob Kulick’s album Skeletons in the Closet transported me back to when I lovingly owned the Guitar God's of Rock tape collection and blew up my speakers in my ‘79 Cougar.  Bob Kulick started his career in 1966(!) with Random Blues Band and has not stopped wielding his axe since.  The Grammy award guitarist/songwriter/producer has played with KISS, Paul Stanley(solo), Meatloaf, Balance, Lou Reed, WASP, as well as multiple session and studio projects. When a guitarist has stayed the 50+ years mark, I salute.

 

The engrossing album includes multiple guests- vocalists Dee Snider, Dennis St. James, Robin McAuley, bassists Rudy Sarzo, Bruce Kulick and drummers such as Vinnie Appice, Eric Singer, and Frank Banali, to name just a few. Standout tracks “India,” “Skeletons in the Closet” and “Can't Stop the Rock” exhibits Bob’s mind-bending guitar work. Wailing, screaming, just an exceptional flight of fingers on the fretboard. “Eyes of a Stranger” yields a flashback to the late 80s party your ass off arena rock.

 

The tracks assail your senses from every angle and the imperious power delivered is breathtaking. This composition is a fast-paced rocker that packs balls. It will rattle your spine and romance your inner air guitarist.

 

 

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