Category: CD Reviews

Yak | Journey Of The Yak

At this moment in time there is an abundance of great prog bands and music around. However, only very few capture the essence of the genre enough to allow  listener to become immersed in the mood or atmosphere of the music’s intention. Journey of …

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Leap Day | Awakening The Muse

Every now and again a little gem comes your way. A few weeks ago i recieved a consignment of discs from an old friend of mine which included a CD by a Dutch band called Leap day. Their debut album entitled "Awakening The Muse" is quite simply…

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Nick Magnus | Children Of Another God

They say that all good things are worth waiting for and the new album "Children Of Another God" by prog stalwart Nick Magnus is no exception.Beautifully packaged including impressive art work the album is without doubt a prog masterpiece. For…

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Nine Stones Close | St Lo

A CD sized packaged from The Netherlands his my hall mat the other day and when i opened it there was a nicely presented disc within baring the moniker Nine Stones Close. What a lucky boy i hear you say, having CD’s sent to him! The truth is, i knew it…

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The Tangent | Down And Out In Paris

Fans of The Rotter’s Club please form an orderly que. If you were growing a little bored waiting for a new Caravan album and needed a Canterbury fix then you’re luck is in. It’s just arrived. The Tangent have been around for a while now and are w…

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Steve Hacket | Out of the Tunnel’s Mouth

I am constantly amazed by the advances in musical technology. This wonderful album by Steve Hackett is testiment to just how far things have come in that respect. Recorded without the elaborate surroundings of a studio it suffers no ills what so ever. …

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