The Phantom Tollbooth
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This is about as representative a collection of early Silver Age Midwestern soul gospel group talent as one may hope to find.
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Velasquez combines pop and worship with similar results to Michael W. Smith.
More thoughtful than most industrial rock outings, more structurally interesting than most indie projects, The Haunted South features songs that make interesting transitions in unexpected places...
Multi-cultural worship shakes heaven and earth
We Can Do Anything proves to be a misnomer.
Rob Vischer has a voice that makes you remember the style of the 1970’s.
(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....
(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…
This 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.
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