Category Archives: Prog

Yuka & Chronoship ~ SHIP

  Man, did this album take me by surprise. This almost instrumental prog band is FANTASTIC! The musicianship is tight, perfectly so. The only thing that I could say about this band, if I could say anything bad about this … Continue reading

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Fernando Perdomo ~ Out To Sea

  Ok, guitar fans are really going to like this album. The first song “The Architect (Tribute To Peter Banks)” is a fast moving spectacular song which gets you into some great guitar playing as well as some keyboard drumming … Continue reading

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Jordsjo ~ Jord

  Jordsjo is a symphonic progressive rock band from the netherlands. This album, while at first, threw me off with the first track, the second track brought me right back to where I belong. With a mixture of music stemming … Continue reading

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Kino ~ Radio Voltaire

  This Power Prog Pop Super-group gives a thrilling sophomore release 13 years after their Debut album. I guess getting Pete Trawavas (Marillion), John Mitchell (It Bites, Frost*), John Beck (Keyboardist for It Bites & Fish), who is listed as … Continue reading

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Spock’s Beard ~ Noise Floor

  Another great example of why this band is so awesome. The first time I listened to this band, it brought me to a time when I first REALLY LISTENED to YES. This album, much in the same way that … Continue reading

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AYREON UNIVERSE ~ Best Of Ayreon LIVE DVD

  Let me start off by saying “WOW”! What a fantastic DVD. I’ve listened to Ayreon before, but, after seeing exactly what they do & how they do it, I can’t get enough. I will certainly be listening to more … Continue reading

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Cody Carpenter’s Interdependence

  This wonderful piece of music is something that you HAVE TO HEAR! This is a fine example of progressive rock mixing with jazz & fusion. While Cody Carpenter doing his great playing on keyboards (& guitars), you get Jimmy … Continue reading

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