Tag Archives: Power Prog Pop Super-group

D’Virgilio, Morse & Jennings ~ Troika

I’ve always loved the music of Neal Morse. This album does not let me down with the addition of Haken vocalist Ross Jennings & Ex Spock’s Beard Nick D’Virgilio. These 3 guys harmonize so well together, that you may not … Continue reading

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Jonas Lindberg & The Other Side ~ Miles From Nowhere

This album is FANTASTIC!! Starting off with the first song “Secret Motive Man” starts off the album with a nice bubbly song at a smidge over 7 minutes long. “Little Man” is a little shorter, but is still as sweet. … Continue reading

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Prog Collective ~ Worlds On Hold

OK, this is an album full of great musicians & playing music, some of which you may know, some, you may not. Included on this album are these great musicians…Todd Rundgren, Geoff Tate, Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, Jon Davidson, Patrick Moraz, … Continue reading

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Transatlantic ~ The Absolute Universe

Another gem from Transatlantic. Actually more than 1. There is the extended mix, called Forevermore & the abridged version, called The Breath Of Life. As I was listening to this, I thought that it was a 2 CD set, but, … Continue reading

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3.2 ~ Third Impression

OK, this is the 2nd album that Robert Berry was working on with Keith Emerson, before his passing. Robert does a great job creating music. This album, I don’t hear a lot of Emerson influence, but, of course, it’s great, … Continue reading

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Lickerish Quartet Threesome Vol. 1 EP

  OK, this one definately took me by surprise. I listened to this & it really perked up my mood. During this time of the Coronavirus, where people are down or depressed, these songs will cheer you up. Fun music … Continue reading

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Magic Pie ~ Fragments Of The Fifth Element

  From the first notes played on this album, you know that you’re in for a good time. The musicianship of this Norwegian band really took me by surprise. A happy surprise. There are only 5 songs on this album, … Continue reading

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Neal Morse Band ~ The Great Adventure

  Let me start off by saying that Neal Morse is a creative genius. His musical skill, his vocal skill, his production skill are all at 100%. Add to that, the mixture of his band-mates, Mike Portnoy, Randy George, Eric … Continue reading

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Light Freedom Revival ~ Truthonomy

  I have mixed emotions about this album. I am a big progressive rock fan & I have always liked the work of both Billy Sherwood & Oliver Wakeman, but, I’m not sure that this album flows for me. The … Continue reading

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Kino ~ Radio Voltaire

  This Power Prog Pop Super-group gives a thrilling sophomore release 13 years after their Debut album. I guess getting Pete Trawavas (Marillion), John Mitchell (It Bites, Frost*), John Beck (Keyboardist for It Bites & Fish), who is listed as … Continue reading

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