The Phantom Tollbooth

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chris_adams_oasisTone and technique are the stars of this impressive show. A well-balanced collection of instrumental and vocal tracks, it's the playing on Night at the Oasis that wins the day. Obviously, Adams is a guitarist worth watching...

Chris adams pareidolia, Mixing humour and music is always a tricky balance. Adams has judged it well on this intelligent home-produced set of retro singer-songwriter tracks with a rock edge. It has a twinkle in its eye and a well-mixed digital sound.

Advent - Silent Sentinel Album Cover as reviewed on The Phantom TollboothSilent Sentinel is the inspiring and anthemic third release from a mature band now well into its second decade.

Jorn AleskkaerSlightly melancholy, wonderfully melodic and irresistibly hooky without being musically trite, I'm So Glad easily gets under your skin in the best of ways

All Sons and Daughters Live. This is how worship albums should be: poetic lyrics about real life in accessible language, carried on beautiful, memorable tunes. The DVD is a bonus.

Allan Scott band EP. Short means sweet as Scott’s guitar chimes out.

Overclocked Jim AllchinAllchin, Jim – Overclocked

A broad buffet of blues, with some corporate style.

Alma, Tactics as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth

Here lies some of the best pop / jazz I’ve heard in a very, very long time.

Altan poisoned glen 90Great bar room instrumental work from these chilled Celtic masters.

Amaziah Straight Talker as reviewed by The Phantom TollboothInteresting for historical purposes only.

surrounded by seaBeautifully lyrical, this saxophonist's release inserts ambient mood pieces between delicate melodies – or is it the other way around?

American RhapsodyWhen you’re as good at what you do as these folks are, the level of artistry is almost academic…

AMB pilgrimsThe Annie Moses Band dons musical back-packs and goes down a different road on Pilgrims and Prodigals...

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