Category Archives: Instrumental

Virgil & Steve Howe ~ Lunar Mist

This is a very nice light hearted album. Virgil Howe, son of Steve howe has unfortunately passed away in 2017. As you listen to this album, you can hear the 2 of them speaking to the listeners through their instruments. … Continue reading

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George Lynch ~ Seamless

For those who don’t recognize the name of George Lynch, you would have heard his guitar playing from the bands Dokken & Lynch Mob. This is the first that I’ve heard him in a solo setting. The guitar playing IS … Continue reading

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Tony Cantisano ~ Enliven

This guitar player sure can play. This reminded me quite a bit of Jeff Beck, but, not as clean or soulful. While he doesn’t have the soul of Jeff Beck, he has the moves of a great guitar player. At … Continue reading

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Marbin ~ Russion Dolls

This Jazz rock band was formed in Israel. Having put out their first release in 2009 with their self titled album “Marbin”. They started puttring out albums every other year until 2013. Then it became yearly with 2014’s “The Third … Continue reading

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Peter Banks with David Cross ~ Crossover

  This was an album that originally started back in 2010. Unfortunately guitarist Peter Banks died in 2013. David Cross felt unable to continue with this project. 10 years later, we finally see the album take place with guest stars. … Continue reading

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Torzs ~ Tukor

  This album is all instrumental. The music sort of takes you into a big mellow zone. If I had to compare it to anyone, it would have to be Porcupine Tree, but without Steven Wilson doing anything to go … Continue reading

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Jose’ Antonio Rodriguez ~Adios Muchachos

  If you want to relax, this is the music for you. The guitar work is very good & the music is soothing. The only thing that I don’t like about this music, is there is bad hand claps & … Continue reading

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Consider The Source ~You Are Literally A Metaphor

  There is no doubt that this band, Consider The Source, has some talent. There are 3 members in this band. They are Gabriel Marin on Fretted/Fretless Guitar/Guitar Synth, Dombra and Balta Saz. Also, John Ferrara on Bass, Banjo Bass, … Continue reading

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Dream Theater ~ Distance Over Time

  Another fine album from Dream Theater. This one is not a concept album like the previous one. The band sounds fine, as always, but there doesn’t seem to be anything new to the Dream Theater sound. That’s OK, as … Continue reading

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Phil Keaggy, Tony Levin & Jerry Marotta ~ The Bucket List

  This extraordinary band features 3 musicians with a vast history of playing with the greats. This album merges fusion with a bit of new age to make a wonderful sound. Whether you’re driving in your car, or relaxing on … Continue reading

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