The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

Walter Trout as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothWalter Trout has a way of wrenching emotion out of his guitar and his voice. There's a little grit in both, a little sadness, and more than a little stubborn, edgy energy.

Walter troutpick-of-the-monthWalter Trout might be swimming upstream these days, but The Blues Came Callin' is a fine catch for blues fans everywhere.

Robin Trower is a total bluesman on Time and Emotion, firing off searing-hot licks and delivering an appropriately gritty, well-informed vocal performance. Blues-rock 101 from a classic guitarist….

Hymns brings a peaceful, meditative calm but at the same time offers an engaging musical experience for those that come just for the music

Michelle TumesIt is rare to get someone with gorgeous, silky, multi-layered vocals, who intuitively knows how to craft natural melodies and poppy hooks. Tumes is special.

Turn Key, Colourful tones from an imaginative pop/industrial synth duo.

 Your daughters shall prophesy.

 

 

 

 You don’t get much closer to vintage Wishbone Ash than this.

This is how to make music. Crafted songs, beautifully sung, and played with dexterity. Whenever it ends, it has to go straight back on again.

World is Waking 90“Good fruit demands a good tree" (J. H. Jowett)

Unified Past - Shifting the Equilibrium as reviewed on The Phantom TollboothThe symphonic metal band’s seventh album adds another notch to the rockers’ belt and a new lead singer to their roster… but not much more.

Unspoken Get to Me. You may have heard this soulful pop-rock before – several times, by others

Feeling the Son after four seasons of winter

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