Tag Archives: Keyboards

Jason Heath And The Greedy Souls ~ But There’s Nowhere To Go

  This album mixes rock with pop making a nice blend of music to listen to. There is almost an analog sound when I listen to this album, but I can hear some digital stuff in there. There is no … Continue reading

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Neal Morse ~ Life & Times

  This is an entirely different take on what Neal Morse usually does on his albums. This is sort of an acoustic album. There are no bombastic drums, no flowing keyboards, no wailing guitars. What you do get, are fantastic … Continue reading

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Professor And The Madmen ~ Disintegrate Me

  Bringing together 4 members of different bands (The Adolescents, D.I., Mind Over Four, The Damned, Eddie & The Hot Rods, UFO, & The Mutants) you would expect a great punk album. While the first track makes you believe that, … Continue reading

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Uriah Heep ~ Raging Through The Silence, the 20th Anniversary Concert

  As a child, this band really rocked my world. Another CD / DVD set that I really loved. Featuring songs that I love & some newer music that I did not know. I’m glad that I had the chance … Continue reading

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Fischer’s Flicker ~ Open 28 Hours

  A new album put out by Fischer’s Flicker. This one is very good. As the album goes on towards the end, it gets a bit stranger. The song “Farther To The Sun” has a nice vibe to it, but, … Continue reading

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Devin Townsend Project ~ Transcendence

  Another fine piece of music from the Devin Townsend Project as he takes you on another journey through progressive rock. The album starts off slow through “Truth”, then pounds your head going into “Stormbending”. The rest of the album … Continue reading

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Heaven & Earth ~ Hard To Kill CD & DVD Set

  This well honed machine has some serious kick@$$ in them. Take a mixture of David Coverdale (Whitesnake), Richie Kotzen (Winery Dogs), & a bit of Sammy Hagar for the sound of the vocalist, while the rest of the band … Continue reading

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