Tag Archives: Bass

Angeles ~ Test Of Time

  This band, from the first song, seem to want to be Van Halen. They do have some great musicianship going on between guitarist Dale Lytle on guitars, Cal Shelton on bass & Danny Basulto on drums. The main difference … Continue reading

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The Walk-a-bout ~ Things Are Looking Up

  This album took me by surprise. Not knowing what to expect, or know anything about this band, and then I listen, as my ears start crying tears of joy. This album is fantastic. There are only 6 songs on … Continue reading

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Wishbone Ash ~ Raw To The Bone Deluxe 2 CD Set

  Every time that I listen to Wishbone Ash, I really like them. With the exception of the “Argus” album, I had not really listened to them. Then sometime in the 2000’s, I saw Wishbone Ash at Progfest and saw … Continue reading

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David Cross & David Jackson ~ Another Day

Fans of King Crimson & Van der Graaf Generator will delight in this album that really does sound like either of the bands. David Cross, the electric violin of King Crimson in the 1970s & David Jackson, the flute & … Continue reading

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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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Elliot Murphy ~ Party Girls And Broken Poets

  This singer songwriter has been writing & putting out records since 1973. After listening to his music for the first time, I look forward to travel back & hear more. Although, not the greatest vocalist that I’ve heard, his … Continue reading

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