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Comet Gain - Fireraisers, Forever!

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Comet Gain is a London-based punk and soul and damaged rock 'n' roll band. Long-term members include David Feck (AKA David Christian), Rachel Evans, Jon Slade, Kay Ishikawa, Anne-Laure...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2020-04-07)

Corciolli - Imaginary Brazil

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An accomplished pianist, multi-instrumentalist, and composer, Corciolli (he’s one of those guys with only one name) is probably best known for his film music scores, with over a dozen...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2020-01-08)

Potter's Daughter with Annie Haslam - Blood and Water & This Winter's Child

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Potter’s Daughter is a band built around singer and pianist Dyanne Potter Voegtlin. She is backed by Amit Chatterjee (guitar) and Ian C. Voegtlin (guitar, saxophone) as full-time band...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2019-12-16)

Fläsket Brinner - Fläsket Brinner

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This Swedish instrumental five-piece features organ, sax, drums, bass and guitar, and delivers a solid jam based groove with a slight jazz-rock influence, all in a live setting. The bottom end is...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 1999-11-01)

Christian Décamps - Psychédelice

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So... what to make of this? One of the most famous lead singers in the history of European prog has recorded a solo album... of instrumental music (well, almost – there’s one track with...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2010-07-01)

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Paga Group - Gnosis – Paga today is: Bernard Paganotti, former monster-zeuhl bassist with Magma and Weidorje, Klaus Blasquiz, former Magma lead vocalist on all their best albums, Bertrand Lajudie on keyboards, and new...  (1994) » Read more

Motorpsycho - Little Lucid Moments – This Norwegian trio has been releasing music for nearly two decades now. This writer was a relative latecomer to their work, first introduced via their Phanerothyme and Let Them Eat Cake albums...  (2008) » Read more

Pierre Moerlin's Gong - Pentanine – The late percussionist Pierre Moerlen’s last Gong lineup was this outstanding group of Russian musicians assembled for the SKIF festival in 2001; the group recorded these 13 tracks in a St....  (2006) » Read more

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Out of Focus - Not Too Late – Cosmic Egg is one of the recent CD labels of Audion magazine’s Alan and Steve Freeman, acting sort of as a offshoot to their Auricle cassette line that they have run since the 80s. The release...  (2001) » Read more



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