Tag Archives: Fusion

Brand X Live at the Sellersville Theatre, Sellersville, PA. October 13, 2019

  This show, which started off with 3.2, which you can read the review below, really started my week off right. I was there to see 3.2, and was pleasantly surprised to find out that they were not the headliner. … 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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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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Brian Tarquin & Co. ~ Orlando In Heaven

  This release from Brian Tarquin along with some guests including Larry Coryell (his last recording before his death, this year), Chris Poland, Hal Lindes, Mike Stern, Tony Franklin, Phil Naro, & more, is for the victims of the Pulse … Continue reading

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Yang ~ The Failure of Words

  If you’re looking for a good instrumental album with a progressive feel to it, then you’ve come to the right place. This sounds a bit Math Prog Rock to me, but, it works. The musicians are a talented bunch. … Continue reading

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RESOLUTION ~ MEHMET ALI SANLIKOL & WHATSNEXT?

  This album is a jazz combo which features multi-instrumentalist Mehmet Ali Sanlikol, who writes in both contemporary classical & jazz. You can really hear it on this album as well. The album starts off with a fast paced track … Continue reading

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King Llama ~ Return To Ox

  Another in the line of Jazz Fusion CD’s, which goes to show you just what a wide range we still have in talent that’s still out there. This is most definately a guitar album, but, on 2 tracks the … Continue reading

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