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No, Not That "Dream On"

Lion Shepherd is an international collaboration mixing sounds from many cultures. They also seem to have some social and political views.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-07-19


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Providence - There Once Was a Night of "Choko-muro" the Paradise – Some may recall the first, very highly regarded Providence CD And I'll Recite an Old Myth... from around 1990. At that point they had already released a couple cassettes, two videos, and appeared on...  (1996) » Read more

Steve Roach - Possible Planet – Steve Roach in his EM always worked with the benefits of both analog and digital worlds. For this album he not only concentrated on analog, he directed his ideas solely to a new brand of mighty...  (2006) » Read more

Genco Puro & Co. - Area di Servizio – 1972 was the year that Genco Puro released their one and only album, the fairly rare and fairly commercial album Area di Servizio (reissued as Artis ARCD 040 in 1992) originally on the Bla-Bla label....  (1995) » Read more

De Ros - Ad Dei Gloriam – De Ros is a three-piece (guitar / bass / drums) South American group led by guitarist Marcos V. de Ros. Their all instrumental album is a blazing shredfest! If Ad Dei Gloriam was released in the USA,...  (1997) » Read more

Silver Apples - Beacon – Last issue you read about Silver Apples being active and touring again, now there's a brand new record by the trio of Simeon (oscillators, keys, voice), Xian Hawkins (keyboards), and Michael...  (1998) » Read more