Tag Archives: Prog

RPWL ~ Tales From Outer Space

  Yes! A new STUDIO album from RPWL. It has been too long. This is one of those bands that really has some great progressive stuff that takes you to a new level. This album is another one. This album … Continue reading

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Alan Parsons ~ The Secret

  A new album from Alan Parsons? I’m so happy to have the chance to hear this. This is, I believe, the first Alan Parsons album that he actually sings lead on. All of the vocals on this album are … Continue reading

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Todd Rundgren’s Utopia Live At The Chicago Theatre

  Back in 1979, this band released the album “Adventures In Utopia”. I really loved this album. Mixing Prog with rock & a bit of pop. This live album brings that charm right back. There was a bunch of Utopia … Continue reading

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Consider The Source ~You Are Literally A Metaphor

  There is no doubt that this band, Consider The Source, has some talent. There are 3 members in this band. They are Gabriel Marin on Fretted/Fretless Guitar/Guitar Synth, Dombra and Balta Saz. Also, John Ferrara on Bass, Banjo Bass, … Continue reading

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Dream Theater ~ Distance Over Time

  Another fine album from Dream Theater. This one is not a concept album like the previous one. The band sounds fine, as always, but there doesn’t seem to be anything new to the Dream Theater sound. That’s OK, as … 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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Cody Carpenter ~ Force Of Nature

  The second release from Cody Carpenter brings delight & glee to those who love instrumental progressive rock. This falls right in line with Jeff Beck, but with keyboards. Being the son of Adrienne Barbeau & John Carpenter, it should … Continue reading

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