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Loren Nerell - The Gong Prophet

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For as long as I can remember, Loren Nerell has been associated with fusions of electronic sounds, floating ambient styles, and the instrumental side of Indonesian traditional music, the latter...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2021-04-16)

The Spanish Donkey - Raoul

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Raoul and his donkey walk along a dusty road under the searing Spanish sun. Raoul thinks he’s the boss — after all, he’s the human, and the donkey is, well, just a donkey. But...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2015-06-03)

Spirits Burning - Alien Injection

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Strap yourself in, pull down your mask, we’re headed for the psychedelic reaches of outer space. The crew, assembled specifically for this journey by Captain Falcone, should be a familiar one...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2009-07-01)

Spirits Burning & Michael Moorcock - An Alien Heat

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As usual for Spirits Burning albums, An Alien Heat features a large cast of musicians organized by Don Falcone. We’ve got Buck Dharma, Richie Castellano, Joe Bouchard, and Albert...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2019-05-02)

Downpilot - This Is the Sound

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Downpilot is Paul Hiraga’s solo effort, with This Is the Sound being his sixth release, though this is my first encounter. The album’s ten songs are edgy yet dreamy takes on...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2018-11-25)

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Ricochet - Zarah - A Teartown Story – Gradually over the last few years, with the help of Progrock Records distribution, Ricochet is gaining word-of-mouth momentum on the prog metal scene. From the outset the Hamburg band has all the...  (2007) » Read more

Gualberto - A la Vida, al Dolor – Gualberto is Gualberto Garcia, a young guitarist and songwriter who recorded two albums in the late 70s. The first album was A la Vida, al Dolor ("To the Life - To the Pain), and features a...  (1995) » Read more

Jeff Sherman - Gauguin – Jeff Sherman’s role in the resurgence of Northwest band Glass has been nothing short of surprising. First by bringing the band back together from obscurity (the trio has now released two archive...  (2006) » Read more

Egoband - We Are... – Egoband are a contemporary progressive outfit from Italy. Although their sound is generally generic hard prog, at times they throw in some surprises such as e-bowed guitar solos, Floydian drones, and...  (1997) » Read more

La Casa de Agua - La Casa de Agua – Most of this album has me wondering why I'm reviewing it in a progressive rock publication at all. "Mexican jazz-funk" is the closest description that I can come to for the bulk of the...  (1997) » Read more



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