Category Archives: Carl Verheyan

Nick D’Virgilio ~ Invisable

If you’re a fan of Spock’s Beard, the progressive rock band that has captured my heart, then you’re going to love this album. It has that Spock’s Beard feel to it. There are some guest stars on the album as … Continue reading

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Micha Schellhaas ~ Double Take

Fans of JEFF BECK, would think that this is a new album by him, but, it’s not. It is Micha Schellhaas with his new debut album called “Double Take”. The first track titled “Velocity” has a beautiful melody, that just … Continue reading

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