The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

pick-of-the-monthrobvischer meanttoloveRob Vischer has a voice that makes you remember the style of the 1970’s.

vision_streetfighter90 (Locked away since 1986, here's Vision's Streetfighter album. For better or worse, the late eighties are here again on this southern rock pre-prog project....


vision_streetfighter90 (WalThis re-discovered ‘80s rock, with Southern ‘70s influences, may have become dated, but it has done so with dignity.

Vlada is back, with a more personal brand of melodic jazz/gospel/pop and a decade of new life-experience to back it up

Von Boehm plays bass with stunning suppleness and dexterity, all the while maintaining that all-important bottom end…

jon von boehmThis is a fine album for musicians, yes - but also for those of us that don't understand the mechanics of playing but love to listen to a band cook.

For anyone who likes minimalism, this choral collection of psalms and folk songs really is essential listening.

 No one does Pärt like ECM and these seventeen voices create a collection as peaceful and pure as any I have yet heard.

Mark Wagner Need Love. Am I missing something? The great Nashville blender strikes again.

The Waifs Temptation as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothA gem on the most pressing topic of all time.

The caped crusader might now be best known for his piano work. What he did for “Morning has Broken,” he is now doing for carols.

The larger-than-life keyboard maestro strips it back for this excellent set of classics. Bowie, Beatles, 10cc, hymns, Gershwin, Yes and Fauré – all these and more are here in Wakeman’s distinctive style.

 A Wakeman ‘solo’ album with a difference, Starship Trooper sounds more like a band and features several cover versions.

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