Category Archives: Prog Collective

Ryo Okumoto ~ The Myth Of The Mostrophus

Not only is Ryo Okumoto one of the great progressive rock keyboardist, that makes Spock’s Beard one of the greats that they are, but, there are a ton of guest stars on this album as well. These would include Steve … Continue reading

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Animals Re-Imagined by Various Artists

Animals by Pink Floyd is one of my favorite albums of all time, not to mention the fact that it is my favorite album by Pink Floyd. All of the musicians on this album, take you on a different slant, … Continue reading

Posted in 1970's, 2020s, Arthur Brown, Billy Sherwood, Carmine Appice, Classic Rock, Dream Theater, Focus, Graham Bonnet Band, James LaBrie, Jan Akkerman, Jethro Tull, Jon Davison, Jordan Rudess, King Crimson, Martin Barre, Moody Blues, Music, Music Review, New Music, Pat Mastelotto, Patrick Moraz, Pink Floyd, Prog, Prog Collective, Progressive Music, Progressive Rock, Rainbow, Rick Wakeman, Rock, Rock & Roll, Space Music, Space Rock, strawbs, Symphonic Progressive Rock, UFO, Utopia, Vanilla Fudge, Various Artists, YES | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Intelligent Music Project Vl

This album has some great sound to it. If you’ve heard the Intelligent Music Project before, then you know what I’m talking about. You’ve already heard the vocals of John Payne (Ex-Asia), Ronnie Romero (Richie Blackmore’s Rainbow, Michael Schenker Group), … Continue reading

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Prog Collective ~ Worlds On Hold

OK, this is an album full of great musicians & playing music, some of which you may know, some, you may not. Included on this album are these great musicians…Todd Rundgren, Geoff Tate, Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, Jon Davidson, Patrick Moraz, … Continue reading

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3.2 ~ Third Impression

OK, this is the 2nd album that Robert Berry was working on with Keith Emerson, before his passing. Robert does a great job creating music. This album, I don’t hear a lot of Emerson influence, but, of course, it’s great, … Continue reading

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Darwin 2 ~ A Frozen War

How can you go wrong when you put together great musicians like Simon Phillips (The Who, Toto), Greg Howe (Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake), Billy Sheehan (Mr. Big, Winery Dogs), Guthrie Goven (Asia, Steven Wilson), Matt Bissonette (Elton John, Ringo Starr), … Continue reading

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Cody Carpenter ~ Control

  Multi instrumentalist Cody Carpenter has put out a great album with Control. Cody plays guitars, keyboards, and, bass on 1 song. Helping Cody on this album is Jimmy Haslip on bass, Scott Seiver, Virgil Donati & Jimmy Branley on … Continue reading

Posted in 1970's, 1980's, 2020s, Cody Carpenter, Fusion, jazz, Jimmy Branley, Jimmy Haslip, Junior Braguinha, Prog, Prog Collective, Progressive Jazz Fusion, Progressive Rock, Scott Seiver, Uncategorized, Virgil Donati | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Morse, Portnoy, George ~ Cov3r To Cov3r

  This cover album starts off with a bang by covering Yes with the song “No Oppertunity Necessary, No Experience Needed. This song almost had me thinking it was Yes, until I heard the vocals. Nobody can do this quite … Continue reading

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Jon Anderson 1000 Hands

  Jon Anderson, also known as the singer from Yes, has put out another great album. This one is probably his best. This one includes a bunch of guest stars who played on this album. Included are most of the … Continue reading

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Tangent ~ Auto Reconnaissance

  I am a big fan of the Tangent. This album did let me down a bit. It was mostly the song where Andy has a conversation throughout the song. The music in the background is very well done, as … Continue reading

Posted in 1990's, 2000's, 2020s, Andy Tillison, Classic Rock, Jonas Reingold, Luke Machin, Music, Music Review, New Music, Prog, Prog Collective, Progressive Music, Progressive Rock, Rock, Rock & Roll, Soft Rock, Steve Roberts, Symphonic Progressive Rock, The Tangent, Theo Travis, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment