Category: CD Reviews

The Galactic Cowboy Orchestra | Looking for a Little Strange

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Relocator | Relocator

Relocator - Relocator

Mmmmmm! Being as i am a lover of most things prog i was inrigued to receive this album which pins it’s colours firmly to the metal prog mast. Listening to the album for the first time makes you wonder if this is what Gentle Giant would have turned into…

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Camel | Stationary Traveller

Camel - Stationary Traveller

The second album review as part of the Camel feature takes us from 1976 into the 80’s with 1984’s Stationary Traveller. As with my previous review i will for the reasons of nostalgia be refering to the vinyl copy of this album and not the remastered an…

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Larsen B | Musketeer

Larsen B - Musketeer

Larsen who i hear you say? Exactly! I have never heard of them either. I happened across these guys whilst attending a China Crisis gig in Newcastle recently and they were terrific. You will be correct in thinking that China Crisis and most associates …

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Camel | Moonmadness

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As promised, the first of Camel’s incredible albums to be reviewed is Moonmadness. Please don’t read anything into that because as i said in my recent article i cannot possibly nominate a favorite. Such notions would ignite p…

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Karfagan | Solitary Sandpiper Journey

Karfagan is to all intents and purposes Antony Karlugin who also goes under the guises of Sunchild and Hoggwash.

On this latest Karfagan album Antony has brought together many fabulous musicians from The Ukraine. I was first smitten by Karfagan aft…

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Tardigrade | Simon Says

Gothenbourg’s finest have put together a fabulous excursion of high octane prog on this their third album. Openimg with the 14:45 minute scene setting extraviganzor "Suddenly The Rain" it is obvious from the outset that band have fused all k…

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RPWL | God Has Failed

In the very unlikely release of a new Pink Floyd album in the future or indeed ever, disciples need look no further. This is about as close as you are going to get. This wonderful offering manages to fuse Waters and Gilmour era Pink Floyd extremely wel…

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