Category Archives: Billy Sherwood

Various Artists ~ A Tribute To Keith Emerson & Greg Lake

    This album really took me by surprise. I knew that I would love the music, as I love ELP. Usually these albums are hard for me as someone usually messes up a song badly enough, where I can’t … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ A Prog Rockin’ Christmas

  Anything that starts off with a YES song, can’t be bad, although Jon Davison doing “Run With The Fox”, which isn’t really a Christmas song, it does have Christmas mentioned a couple of times, but, that is the extent … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ A Life In YES: A Tribute To Chris Squire

  How can you say anything negative about YES? You can’t. ‘Nuff said. Now, let’s get on with this review. 12 songs are on this tribute to one of the great bass players of all time…Chris Squire. The first song … Continue reading

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Light Freedom Revival ~ Truthonomy

  I have mixed emotions about this album. I am a big progressive rock fan & I have always liked the work of both Billy Sherwood & Oliver Wakeman, but, I’m not sure that this album flows for me. The … Continue reading

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Peter Banks ~ Be Well, Be Safe, Be Lucky… The Anthology

  You may know Peter Banks as the original guitarist for YES, or THE SYN, EMPIRE or even FLASH. This compilation of the late guitarist consists of 2 discs, incorporating the best of Peter Banks as well as other goodies … Continue reading

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Circa ~ Valley Of The Windmill

  Billy Sherwood is getting better with age. The new album from Circa, while only having 4 songs, is awesome. Circa for me, even though I’ve enjoyed each album, they all sounded similar. Not so much, this time around. Maybe … Continue reading

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