The Phantom Tollbooth
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With a hangdog tone, distinctive stoic voice and a touch of dark humour, this jazz-inflected singer-songwriter collection is quite unique.
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Bedford is a storyteller, evoking past ages, and a poet with a fine sense of melody.
I have to admit that I was intrigued by these guys being on Metal Blade Records.
Don’t overlook Kindness on the way to Pilgrimage
Pilgrimage is a journey worth taking.
Bell’s most mature effort makes the Good Way inviting
As David Dark would say, “There are so many ways to love God.” Wouldn’t You Love to Know? is one of them.
This is a pretty unique brand, and well played, but I wonder how much rock is lost by the Gregorian approach.
Polydactyl is a strong showcase of Ed Bernard’s mature musicianship, caliber of songwriting, and clear musical vision.
The electric guitar as the centerpiece of a classical album... this guitar slinger heroically tackles the classics plugged in and at full gallop!
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