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Twin Age

Twin Age
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Swedish neo-progressive band.
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Twin Age — Moving the Deck Chairs Twin Age — Moving the Deck Chairs
(Record Heaven RHCD31, 2000, CD)

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Ptarmigan - Ptarmigan – Well, here’s a lost gem from a bygone era! Ptarmigan was a relatively short-lived Canadian acoustic group. The core of the band consisted of singer and recorder player Glen Dias and twelve-string...  (2000) » Read more

Germinale - Scogli di Sabbia – Germinale’s fourth release is a real grab bag. Included are four new studio tracks, four pieces culled from various tributes plus the Colossus/Musea Kalevala project, and a bunch of live recordings...  (2006) » Read more

Steve Howe - Homebrew 3 – This is the third edition in Steve Howe¹s collection of archival demo recordings. With this disk the Yes guitarist has pulled together pieces spanning some twenty years, beginning with the period...  (2006) » Read more

Jeff Johnson Trio - Free & The Art of Falling – Bassist Jeff Johnson is one of the regulars in the Origin Records stable, and these two releases see him as leader, first of a trio with drummer Billy Mintz and reedman Hans Teuber, then with a...  (2002) » Read more

Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Lost Trident Sessions – Out of the vaults come recordings for an aborted third album by the original line-up of the Mahavishnu Orchestra. Time to celebrate! This was the band who set out to chisel a trail across jazz and...  (2000) » Read more



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