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Eddie Jobson [Zinc] - Green Album / Eddie Jobson - Theme of Secrets

Eddie Jobson – Green Album / Theme of Secrets

Published on 24th August 2019 | by Andrew Halley

With a career that must have started playing baby rattle on his earliest recordings, Eddie Jobson started thinking about his first solo album when he was only twenty-four years old in 1980, having previously added considerable... Read More


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Broken Parachutes - Living Dangerously

Broken Parachute – Living Dangerously

Published on 23rd August 2019 | by Tony Colvill

When you are presented with an album that completely and without shame reveres the late ’60s and early ’70s, sits on grannies pouffe in the corner of the room, provides you with numerous audio worm infections... Read More


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PoiL – Sus

PoiL – Sus

Published on 22nd August 2019 | by Roger Trenwith

I suppose some of you might see this album as “difficult music”, but I don’t see it like that at all, having a penchant for a feral racket or two, which this may well be, who... Read More


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Freedom to Glide - Seed

Freedom to Glide – Seed

Published on 21st August 2019 | by Rob Fisher

I have spent the majority of my working life in higher education. For the best part of 35 years I have grappled – and have been a guiding companion in helping others to grapple – with... Read More


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Simon Phillips - Protocol box set

Simon Phillips – Protocol Box Set (Part One)

Published on 18th August 2019 | by John Wenlock-Smith

Simon Phillips is a legendary drummer in modern music, his résumé features a staggering list of greats, including Jeff Beck, Judas Priest, Michael Schenker and many others, but his 30-plus years as the drummer for Toto... Read More


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The Tea Club - If/When

The Tea Club – If/When

Published on 15th August 2019 | by Friedrich Kunzmann

Music tightly bound to the term Progressive Rock often shows the tendency of sounding generic. The same old Mellotron thickening curvy harmonies, a syncopated 7/8 meter driving down the same old lanes toward a dramatic chorus... Read More


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