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Reviews of releases for 2006

Pre-Med - Hawkestrel Presents Pre-Med

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Alan Davey has seen a massive amount of activity in the last few years, and reissues of his past material comprises a large part of that. He’s got Hawkestrel going now, and his earlier band...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2021-02-22)

Disen Gage - The Screw-Loose Entertainment & Libertage

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Next to Vespero, my favorite Russian band is Disen Gage. To date we have covered their 2016 to 2019 releases. Now I have the opportunity to focus on their formative years (2002 - 2006) by reviewing...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2020-04-25)

David Cross / Andrew Booker - Ends Meeting

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This album may have a 2018 date on it, but it was recorded back in 2006. The David Cross Band had been touring with Peter Banks’s Harmony in Diversity, which featured Andrew Booker on drums....

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2019-10-12)

Klaus Schulze - Audentity & Angst

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Audentity features Klaus plus Michael Shrieve (the original drummer with Santana) on percussion, Rainer Bloss (sounds and glockenspeil), and Wolfgang Tiebold (cello). The sound is clean,...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2018-04-19)

Billy Cobham - Shabazz

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In 1974, drummer Billy Cobham took advantage of a break in activity for Mahavishnu Orchestra by putting together a band to play Montreux and other shows in Europe. His band included the musicians...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2018-02-08)

Dieter Moebius - Nurton

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Seven years after Blotch, Moebius released his next solo album, Nurton. On this second...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2017-06-16)

Amon Düül II - Phallus Dei

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If I was to take a census of Amon Düül II fans, favorites are usually Yeti (mine), Dance of the Lemmings, or Wolf City, and then the others usually line up right after....

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2017-02-02)

Amon Düül II - Tanz der Lemminge

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When I started getting into progressive music in my teens, this album could actually be found fairly frequently in record stores, but unfortunately it usually was found on (US) UA vinyl (the...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 2017-02-02)

Edward Ka-Spel - Eyes! China Doll

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Beta-lactam Ring Records has just reissued Edward Ka-Spel’s classic second solo album from 1985, Eyes! China Doll. This reissue is its first proper CD reissue and it comes in a...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2016-06-02)

Legendary Pink Dots - Ancient Daze

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Since forming in the early 80s, The Legendary Pink Dots have been quite prolific in their recorded output of 60+ releases. Initially they were part of the cassette culture releasing quite a few...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2016-05-05)
 

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