Tag Archives: New Age

Perfect Beings ~ Vier

  This new release from Inside Out records is very different than most. This sort of reminds me of when I first listened to Yes’ Relayer album, which I wasn’t sure if I liked the album or not. It has, … Continue reading

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    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! There was so much good music that came out in 2017, so, I will give you some to give some listening to. These all came to me in 2017, so, if a 2016 release slipped … Continue reading

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Alan Simon ~ Songwriter

  This album is an album of 2 different kinds of music. On disc 1 you get the world music & also symphonic music of Alan Simon & friends. Disc 1 is very relaxed & could very well be used … Continue reading

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Christen Lien ~ Elpis

  Starting with the prologue, do I hear the similarities to Jean Luc Ponty. That is a good comparison as you can get for a violin, in this case, viola. Inside the CD package comes a booklet with what each … 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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Ghost Against Ghost ~ Still Love

Multi Instrumentalist along with Thomas Pridgen (drummer from Mars Volta) bring you a new album titled “Still Love”. This album reminds me of a movie soundtrack. Not a lot of singing, but, more like humming or chanting from what I … Continue reading

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Mashkoor Ali Khan ~ Transcendence

  This world music album, musically reminds me of Ravi Shankar. however, this music, unlike Ravi, has vocals. The music does sound very similar, but, as I kept listening, the vocals kept throwing me off. The vocals were not bad, … Continue reading

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