Tag Archives: violin

Marco Mattei ~ Out Of Control

This Italian guitarist starts off his album “Out Of Control” with a brilliant song titled “Would I Be Me”. This song has a great feeling from the first time you hear it. This could be the first single. Very nice … Continue reading

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Zero Times Everything ~ Sound Of Music

This album titled “Sound Of Music” is far from it. This album is mostly an album of sound landscapes. There is quite a bit of experimentation on these 2 discs, but, not a lot of music. There is some structure, … Continue reading

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Richard X Heyman ~ Copious Notes

Another fun album from Richard X Heyman. This time Richard added some other musicians to this album including Julia Kent on cello, Chris Jenkins on viola, Kaitlin Wolfberg on violin & viola, Duke Guillaume on various saxophones, Probyn Gregory on … Continue reading

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Onism ~ Leyes EP

Again, as the review below says, this one has it’s up & it’s downs. This one, the music isn’t as good as the music in the review right below this one. The exception to this rule is the piano on … Continue reading

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HISTOIRES SANS PAROLES – Harmonium Simphonique

All I can say about this is WOW! Everything about this is awesome. I have the vinyl/CD set & it comes in a large box-set. It is beautiful just to look at. Once you listen to the music, it gets … Continue reading

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Melody Duncan ~ Wolfsong

The vocals of this singer songwriter didn’t really move me…at first. After awhile, I learned to listen to the lyrics & the melodies. This woman can write some really good lyrics. The music is also nice. There is no lead … Continue reading

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Jon Anderson 1000 Hands

  Jon Anderson, also known as the singer from Yes, has put out another great album. This one is probably his best. This one includes a bunch of guest stars who played on this album. Included are most of the … Continue reading

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Havok ~ V

  Although I am not a fan of Thrash Metal, I can tell you that listening to this album, I can hear the music is really very good. While I’m not a fan of screaming to the point where I … Continue reading

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Pattern Seeking Animals ~ Prehensile Tales

  Out of all the music that I’ve listened to so far, this year, this one is the best of the year. This band, while starting off strong, only get stronger as the album goes on. Starting off with 2 … Continue reading

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Sultans Of String ~ Refuge

  This band makes classical instruments sound so excellent, half the time, you forget that it is all a bunch of string instruments. The players on this album really know their instruments. Out of the 13 songs, there is only … Continue reading

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