Category Archives: Progressive Music

Steve Hackett ~Genesis Revisted Live At The Royal Albert Hall

  We all know that Steve Hackett was the guitarist for Genesis. Steve really knows his craft as both a guitar player & a songwriter. As I listened to this 2 CD release, I was going back to when I … Continue reading

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Shaman Elephant ~ Wide Awake But Still Asleep

  Another album in the hard rock follows my last review. This is not thrash metal, it is more melodic in nature, but, the musicians all stand out on the album. The drummer really stands out even more than the … Continue reading

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Havok ~ V

  Although I am not a fan of Thrash Metal, I can tell you that listening to this album, I can hear the music is really very good. While I’m not a fan of screaming to the point where I … Continue reading

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Dennis DeYoung ~ 26 East Volume 1

  Dennis DeYoung has not put out much since he left Styx, but, let me tell you, this is the best album that I’ve heard from Dennis. I’ve always liked the songs that Dennis had written with Styx, but, usually … Continue reading

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Alan Davey ~4 Track Mind Boxset

  Hawkwind fans unite, as bassist Alan Davey brings you a slew of demos & stuff that really feels like Hawkwind, but, sometimes a bit cleaner. I liked the cleaner parts that I had heard. I liked them sometimes better … Continue reading

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Shirley King ~ Blues For A King

  Do you want to hear some blues? This is the album for you. Shirley King is the daughter of B.B. King. In addition to having a blues artist, who was living around it her whole life, she has some … Continue reading

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Sons Of Appollo ~ MMXX

  Another great one from Sons Of Appollo. Starting off with a song over 7 minutes long, that starts off very slow & melodic, and then blisters into what you would expect from Mike Portnoy, Billy Sheehan, Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, … Continue reading

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Lickerish Quartet Threesome Vol. 1 EP

  OK, this one definately took me by surprise. I listened to this & it really perked up my mood. During this time of the Coronavirus, where people are down or depressed, these songs will cheer you up. Fun music … Continue reading

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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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Pattern Seeking Animals ~ Prehensile Tales

  Out of all the music that I’ve listened to so far, this year, this one is the best of the year. This band, while starting off strong, only get stronger as the album goes on. Starting off with 2 … Continue reading

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