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61. John Young Band Live at the Classic Rock Society 2003
(Past Music Reviews)
…many prog bands are proficient at creating songs that sound like riffs in search of a melody, but these stand out as strongly-composed songs, performed well and sung with style and power. John Young ...
Created on 11 June 2021
62. Miner, Tim - Somewhere Between Blues and Hymns
(Past Music Reviews)
  Beyond the vocal dexterity and even the emotion, there’s that elusive, ephemeral element that we know as spirit - and that’s what makes this project work…   Somewhere Between Blues and Hymns   ...
Created on 24 February 2021
63. Williams, Joseph - Denizen Tenant
(Past Music Reviews)
... away though, as the opener is followed by the bright “Liberty Man,” a six eight rock waltz that begins with the words, “I hear my heart singing a song.” The song has a great hook and an intriguing instrumental ...
Created on 19 February 2021
64. Lukather, Steve - I Found The Sun Again
(Past Music Reviews)
   A sizzling cauldron of talent …an album that will satisfy the hungry rocker and the fan of radio-ready hard-pop    I Found The Sun Again    Steve Lukather Mascot Label ...
Created on 16 February 2021
65. Johnson, Jeff / Keaggy, Phil - Ravenna
(Past Music Reviews)
... say ‘chops’ in a review of an album inspired by sixth century mosaics ...yeah, why not?! Close your eyes and let your ears enjoy hearing how Johnson and Keaggy make all of the pieces fit.. - Bert ...
Created on 10 February 2021
66. Prog Collective, The - Worlds on Hold
(Past Music Reviews)
  Worlds on Hold is a familiar, enjoyable musical journey, with tour-guides who have been there, and done that...   Worlds on Hold   The Prog Collective ...
Created on 07 February 2021
67. Lifesigns - Altitude
(Past Music Reviews)
  Altitude is already at the top of my of ‘best of the year’ list. A prog album that avoids all of the excesses of the  genre and produces many moments of brilliance and musical inspiration.   Altitude ...
Created on 01 February 2021
68. Gregorian Rock - Atmosphere
(Past Music Reviews)
With powerful riffs, strong melody lines, roaring power chords and stunning solo work by some world-class  guests, Atmosphere is an impressive half-hour plus of memorable musical performances...  Atmosphere ...
Created on 28 January 2021
69. Transatlantic - The Absolute Universe (2 versions)
(Past Music Reviews)
... the words, “and in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.”  Looking for an epic album to get into? The Absolute Universe is an epic and a-half.   4 ½ tocks  - Bert Saraco To ...
Created on 16 January 2021
70. Strawbs - Settlement
(Past Music Reviews)
... to a 60s vibe as “Liberty” ends the album on a somewhat resigned, but encouraging note. Once again, we get some tasty guitar licks by Dave Lambert and great organ work (reminiscent of Procol Harum) on ...
Created on 05 January 2021
71. Glass Hammer - A Matter of Time Volume I
(Past Music Reviews)
... performed with fresh excitement, virtuosity and energy!     - Bert Saraco 4 1/2 tocks - add a tock if you’re into prog   Visit to see Bert’s concert photography ...
Created on 19 December 2020
72. Steve Taylor and The Danielson Foil - Wow To The Deadness
... sung by Smith along with a sad Mariachi trumpet line, all before ending again in boogie mode. All of this in two minutes. Wow. We have a winner.     4 ½    Tocks Bert Saraco ...
Created on 08 February 2016
73. Gray, Kerensa - Take Me In
... important reminders that real life doesn’t always play out that way – Gray’s voice conveys that balance of pain and ecstasy. Take Me In – this one’s for the grown-ups. - Bert Saraco 4 Tocks   To ...
Created on 06 February 2016

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