Tag Archives: Instrumental

The Sea Shall Not Have Them ~ Debris

The first song off of this album, Debris, is very chill. Very relaxing. Mostly guitar, keyboards & drums with no vocals. “Lower The Sky” the second song, follows the same pattern but this time with some limited vocals. “YXO” is … Continue reading

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George Lynch ~ Seamless

For those who don’t recognize the name of George Lynch, you would have heard his guitar playing from the bands Dokken & Lynch Mob. This is the first that I’ve heard him in a solo setting. The guitar playing IS … Continue reading

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Liquid Tension Experiment ~ LTE 3

The first time that I heard the Liquid Tension Experiment, I didn’t really groove to it. One of my friends lent me some tracks to listen to, but, they never quite worked for me. I can’t tell you whether it … Continue reading

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Marbin ~ Russion Dolls

This Jazz rock band was formed in Israel. Having put out their first release in 2009 with their self titled album “Marbin”. They started puttring out albums every other year until 2013. Then it became yearly with 2014’s “The Third … Continue reading

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Cody Carpenter ~ Control

  Multi instrumentalist Cody Carpenter has put out a great album with Control. Cody plays guitars, keyboards, and, bass on 1 song. Helping Cody on this album is Jimmy Haslip on bass, Scott Seiver, Virgil Donati & Jimmy Branley on … Continue reading

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David Sancious ~ Eyes Wide Open

This beautifully put together album is a wonderful thing to hear as you can hear the real way David Sancious would really want to play. This NJ native use to play with the original E Street Band, for the first … Continue reading

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Professor & The Madmen ~ Seance

  This is the 2nd album that I’ve reviewed from the band Professor & The Madmen. The first album was really good. It made 4 out of 5 Music Guru stars. This album does even better. Every song is a … Continue reading

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Coming Soon…

Coming soon Peter Banks with David Cross, Marshall Tucker Band from VINYL & more. Check in again soon.

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Torzs ~ Tukor

  This album is all instrumental. The music sort of takes you into a big mellow zone. If I had to compare it to anyone, it would have to be Porcupine Tree, but without Steven Wilson doing anything to go … Continue reading

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Simulated Sun

  Another EP for this review. This one is more in the Rock & Roll lineup. The first song “Castles” draws you right in with some great guitar work. The vocals are in good form. “The Emergence” is more of … Continue reading

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