Category Archives: Progressive Rock

Consider The Source ~You Are Literally A Metaphor

  There is no doubt that this band, Consider The Source, has some talent. There are 3 members in this band. They are Gabriel Marin on Fretted/Fretless Guitar/Guitar Synth, Dombra and Balta Saz. Also, John Ferrara on Bass, Banjo Bass, … Continue reading

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Roine Stolt’s The Flower King ~ Manifesto Of An Alchemist

  You’ve heard Roine Stolt’s many incarnations in quite a few bands. This time, he’s back, sounding like the band that put him where he is today. The Flower Kings were a new progressive rock band that had a sound … Continue reading

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Dream Theater ~ Distance Over Time

  Another fine album from Dream Theater. This one is not a concept album like the previous one. The band sounds fine, as always, but there doesn’t seem to be anything new to the Dream Theater sound. That’s OK, as … Continue reading

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Phil Keaggy, Tony Levin & Jerry Marotta ~ The Bucket List

  This extraordinary band features 3 musicians with a vast history of playing with the greats. This album merges fusion with a bit of new age to make a wonderful sound. Whether you’re driving in your car, or relaxing on … Continue reading

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Tim Bowness ~ Flowers At The Scene

  Once again, Tim Bowness owns his stock. When I listen to this album, I hear the Fripp – Bowie albums. At times the singing sounds like David Bowie during that era of his music. The album is very laid … Continue reading

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Cody Carpenter ~ Force Of Nature

  The second release from Cody Carpenter brings delight & glee to those who love instrumental progressive rock. This falls right in line with Jeff Beck, but with keyboards. Being the son of Adrienne Barbeau & John Carpenter, it should … Continue reading

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Marty Friedman ~ One Bad M.F. Live

    This album is one bad M.F. (Shut your mouth), which should be listened to while doing heavy sets of exercise or anything else that you enjoy while expending energy. Marty Friedman, being the guitarist of Megadeath until 2001, … Continue reading

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