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Reviews of releases for 2005

Klaus Wiese - Sabiha Sabiya

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Klaus Wiese played tambura on two classic Popol Vuh albums, Hosianna Mantra and Seligpreisung. He's far lesser known and should be much wider known for being an early...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2018-09-20)

Klaus Schulze - Body Love

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Body Love is my all time favorite Klaus Schulze release and also the album that introduced me to Klaus’ music nearly 30 years ago. From its very first notes, Body Love takes...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2018-04-19)

Klaus Schulze - Audentity & Angst

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Audentity features Klaus plus Michael Shrieve (the original drummer with Santana) on percussion, Rainer Bloss (sounds and glockenspeil), and Wolfgang Tiebold (cello). The sound is clean,...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2018-04-19)

John Wetton - Akoustika I & II - Live in Amerika / Return to Amerika

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John Wetton, bassist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and a singer way better than most left this world on January 31st of 2017. What he has left behind in a long, varied, and amazing career is...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2017-11-19)

Chicago - Chicago at Carnegie Hall

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In a previous tier I highlighted the fourth disc of At Carnegie Hall because as good as the actual live album is, the liner notes explain that they really wanted to pick the fourth disc...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2017-05-25)

Magic Pie - Motions of Desire, Circus of Life & The Suffering Joy

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Following on Karisma’s release of King for a Day in 2015, the label has gone to Magic Pie’s back catalog and re-released the first three albums. In 2005 they put out...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2017-05-05)

Chicago - Chicago at Carnegie Hall (Bonus Material)

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McLatchey's Second Tier

I'm not sure why over the years it took me a really long time to return to Chicago but I can tell you when I did and that's when the 4CD reissue...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2016-12-08)

Steve Roach - Dreamtime Return

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McLatchey's Second Tier

This was Roach's first landmark release, at the time he was at the forefront of what was considered "New Age music." Albums like Quiet...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2016-06-16)

Grateful Dead - Fillmore West 1969

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McLatchey's Second Tier

OK, here's one of the few items I'll be covering that I don't actually own a copy of. Some years back when the Grateful Dead vault keepers...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2016-03-17)
 

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