Category Archives: Progressive Rock

The Grip Weeds ~ Force Of Nature ~ Live In NYC

  The Grip Weeds are a fantastic band that sounds like they stepped right out of the early to mid 70’s, but, they are a newer band. Formed in 1988 by brothers Rick & Kurt Reil on guitar (Rick) & … Continue reading

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Wobbler ~ From Silence To Somewhere

  I’ve had access to WOBBLER before, but, I never actually heard them before. They knocked me down…in a good way. This band is a Progressive power house. Grooving along from the very first song. Wobbler, while they are a … Continue reading

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Leprous ~ Melina

  The new one from the band LEPROUS, wasn’t what I expected. It was much more toned down from what I thought it would be from previous albums. I think I liked this one better than what I had heard … Continue reading

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Gentle Giant ~ Three Piece Suite

  While I’m not a Gentle Giant fan, & actually thought that I really dis-liked them, this compilation changes my mind, at least a little bit. The quirkiness of the band is fine, sometimes I like that. The vocals are … Continue reading

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Darryl Way ~ Underground

  It took me a little bit longer again, as I had to digest this 3 CD set of Underground written & performed (violins & keyboards) by Darryl Way. Along with Curved Air founder, Darryl Way, you also have Richard … Continue reading

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NEAL MORSE ~ The Similitude Of A Dream

  The new album from Neal Morse brings you some of the finest musicianship in prog along with christian lyrics. The good thing about Neal Morse, is even if you’re not a christian music lover, you’ll love this anyway. The … Continue reading

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Gary Wilson ~ Let’s Go To Outer Space

  This eclectic album reminded me of Frank Zappa within the first few words. It’s kind of quirky, just like Zappa’s work. This is a Space Rock Opera of sorts. It tells a story of Space, romance, monsters, mannequins, & … Continue reading

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