Tag Archives: New Age

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

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Simrit ~ When We Return

  This album by Simrit, although it supposed to be upbeat, I find it to be relaxing. I would put this in the catagory of new age. The vocals as well as the music is very soothing. I would give … Continue reading

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Joseph Patrick Moore ~ Nevada Sun

  Once again, Joseph Patrick Moore continues to amaze me with not only his musical talent, but, also his songwriting talent. This album has me dancing around with the first song, & continuously throughout the rest of the album. He … 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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Tim Bowness ~ Flowers At The Scene

  Once again, Tim Bowness owns his stock. When I listen to this album, I hear the Fripp – Bowie albums. At times the singing sounds like David Bowie during that era of his music. The album is very laid … Continue reading

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Best of 2018

  A little late, but I was trying to catch up on some last minute albums. So, in no particular order… Roger Daltrey – As Long As I Have You (The best Daltrey album I’ve heard in a long time). … Continue reading

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Peter Banks ~ The Self Contained Trilogy

  A new (in 1993) compilation from Peter Banks, former member of YES, using just an Ibanez electric guitar. This has bits of Prog Rock, a bit of jazz, & even new-age. Peter deliberately did not write any vocals for … Continue reading

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