Tag Archives: Keyboards

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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King Crimson ~ Heroes EP

  This EP from KING CRIMSON, titled “Heroes”, is a live release with only 4 songs. It starts off with David Bowie’s “Heroes” in which Robert Fripp performed on the hit from David Bowie. Also included are live versions of … 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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The Tangent ~ The Slow Rust Of Forgotten Machinery

  I am a big fan of the Tangent. As I’ve noticed over the years, their music goes in peaks & valleys. This album falls between the peak & the valley. Certainly not a bad album, also, not a great … Continue reading

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Todd Rundgren ~ White Knight

  This album, to me, is one of the best Todd Rundgren albums that I’ve heard since “Adventures In Utopia”. The only problem that I had with this album is a lack of good drums, since most of the tracks … Continue reading

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STYX ~ The Mission

  I listened to this album & had some questions buzzing through my head. Why does Tommy Shaw not do much singing. He DOES sing, but, Tommy being the front man for the band only sings on a few of … Continue reading

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