Category Archives: Progressive Rock

STYX ~ The Mission

  I listened to this album & had some questions buzzing through my head. Why does Tommy Shaw not do much singing. He DOES sing, but, Tommy being the front man for the band only sings on a few of … Continue reading

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Gentle Knife ~ Clock Unwound

  This album, by Norwegian Progressive Rock guys (& gals), with 11 members, is chock full of changes. CLOCK UNWOUND starts off real slow with an intro with piano & horns (trumpet?) then jumps right into a big progressive song … Continue reading

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Nad Sylvan ~ The Bride Said No

  You may know Nad Sylvan from the Steve Hackett Band. If not, you’re missing out on great musicians doing some great progressive rock. This album, is a Prog Rock Opera of sorts, continuing the story from his previous release, … Continue reading

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Ghost Against Ghost ~ Still Love

Multi Instrumentalist along with Thomas Pridgen (drummer from Mars Volta) bring you a new album titled “Still Love”. This album reminds me of a movie soundtrack. Not a lot of singing, but, more like humming or chanting from what I … Continue reading

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Bobby Kimball ~ We’re Not In Kansas Anymore

  You may remember Bobby Kimball as the original vocalist for the band TOTO. The great vocalist who brought you “Hold The Line”, “I’ll Supply The Love”, “99”, “Rosanna”, “Africa” & so many more, does not let you down on … Continue reading

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Jethro Tull ~ The String Quartets

  I’ve always liked Jethro Tull, and even though this is not Jethro Tull, this album Rocks…classically. The album has Violins, Viola, & Cellos playing most of this music. Ian Anderson, the master of the flute & front man of … Continue reading

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Deep Purple ~ Infinite

Once again, I have a CD / DVD set, this time from DEEP PURPLE. This band has been around  since the 1960’s & listening to this album, I know how they still reign supreme as one of the great Rock … Continue reading

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