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Reviews of releases for 1992

St. Tropez - Icarus

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[Regarding Icarus:]

A bit of history. In the beginning there was Il Sistema, an Italian group that recorded what would become a double album,

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2021-08-31)

Phenomena - Anthology

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I’m going to assume that there is a segment of music fans for whom Phenomena is a big deal. I am not a member of that segment, and in fact, I’m not even sure I ever heard of the project...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2019-07-25)

Rudolf Heimann - Touch the Sky

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Rudolf Heimann is a German electronic musician who released his second album, Touch the Sky, in 1992. It was remastered and reissued on CDr in 2006. Now in 2017, with famed Krautrock...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2017-10-26)

Camel - Camel

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Most used record stores in the late 80s had multiple batches of Camel albums, in fact the record shop owner who introduced me to them gave me Rain Dances first, which even to this day was...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2017-04-27)

Mithrandir - For You the Old Women

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McLatchey's Second Tier

While the US has a wide array of progressive rock artists, there aren't terribly many that stay strictly within the European symphonic progressive...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2016-12-01)

Univers Zéro - Ceux du Dehors

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McLatchey's Top Tier #28

I have to admit that Heresie is also very very close, but I'll save it for the next round. Anyway Belgians Univers Zéro are...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2014-11-15)

Utopia - Adventures in Utopia, Deface the Music & Swing to the Right

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As the 70s slipped towards the 80s, progressive rock bands found their style of music increasingly unpopular, so most of them that stayed active tried to maintain relevance by making music more in...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2014-02-20)

Freddy Delirio - Journey

Cover art Freddy Delirio is the pseudonym for Federico Pedichini, Italian philosopher, musician, sound engineer, and producer. He was the keyboardist for Italian cult band Death SS and the lead singer for the...  » Read more
(Posted by Henry Schneider 2013-09-15)

Richard Pinhas - L'Ethique

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Even for those of us who were listening to music in 1982, when this was first released, it's hard to really recreate the experience of hearing something in that time. Unfortunately, I...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2013-04-01)

Suns of Arqa - Selected Catalog 1979-2000

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Suns of Arqa started in the late 70s, first gaining notice as the touring band for reggae star Prince Far-I. Bassist / multi-instrumentalist Michael Wadada has been a constant in the band which has...

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(Posted by Jon Davis, Jeff Melton 2003-08-01)
 

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