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Reviews of releases for 2002

Sula Bassana - Dreamer - 10 Year Anniversary Edition

Cover art This was Sula Bassana’s debut, the solo project of German multi-instrumentalist Dave Schmidt. For an album that’s only been around for ten years, this already has quite a history, starting life as...  » Read more
(Posted by Peter Thelen 2013-09-03)

Edward Ka-Spel - O'er a Shalabast'r Tyde Strolt Ay

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Edward Ka-Spel records and releases two basic types of solo music, songs and experimental music (collages, found sounds, and electronics). O’er a Shalabast’r Tyde Strolt Ay is an...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2010-07-01)

Ange - Zenith An II

Cover art October 13, 2002 is perhaps a legendary date for fans of Ange. It was on this autumn evening that the band took to the stage at the Paris Zenith with a host of Ange members past and present, along...  » Read more
(Posted by Mac Beaulieu 2008-10-01)

Flëur - First Four Albums

Cover art Flëur is essentially the Ukrainian duo of Olga Pulatova (piano, vocals) and Elena Voynarovskaya (guitar, vocals) along with a variety of other players on flute, cello, violin, keyboards, bass, and...  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2008-01-01)

Nektar - Unidentified Flying Abstract

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Nektar occupies a somewhat awkward place in the history of progressive rock. They don't fit in with the symphonic style of Yes or Genesis, and they're not as elaborate as King Crimson or...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2006-05-01)

Osanna - Preludio Tema Variazioni Canzona (Milano Calibro 9)

Cover art This album represents the intersection of a number of trends going on in Italy at the time it was made. One was for rock bands to adopt Classical forms, sometimes even involving actual orchestras (New...  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2006-05-01)

Mindgames - International Daylight

Cover art Mindgames is yet another new neo-prog band from the Low Countries, Belgium in this case. This is their first full album, following a 1999 demo release (a new release is supposedly on the way). The...  » Read more
(Posted by Paul Hightower 2005-09-01)

Herbie Kritzer - The Tree Lizard

Cover art Californian Herbie Kritzer is clearly someone who enjoys having fun with music. Even his name sounds a bit cartoon-ish, and there’s certainly a streak of sly wit and boy-ish playfulness to many of...  » Read more
(Posted by Paul Hightower 2005-09-01)

Big Brother & the Holding Company - Be a Brother & How Hard It Is

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This band will forever be remembered as Janis Joplin’s backing band, though their relationship with the singer only lasted two years and two albums. After Joplin’s departure, they...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-09-01)

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