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    New on CD/DVD


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    ^ Nice!
    I like the part where Icarus hijacks the Little Red Hen.

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    Pasajero Luminoso play a pleasant and soft jazz-rock with great skill and emotion, yet not without bursts of complexity. Released in March of this year, "Pujol" is their fourth album and it can be stated that this Argentine band continued to discover new paths of elegance and musical expressiveness, firmly remaining within the idiom of 'progressive music'. In consequence, "Pujol" is a flirtatious record with a display of an ethereal beauty.







    Pasajero Luminoso play live in the studio the track from "Pujol", called "Back to the Future"
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    Cronofonìa - s/t a rock opera






    https://www.cronofonia.com/


    CRONOFONÍA evokes, through what we could call a
    sound-theater piece, the story of a generation. By the
    means of soundscapes, music and lyrics, the album
    narrates a day in the life of a character who symbolically
    embodies the experience of his own generation
    (the effervescent youth of the years 60s and 70s of
    the 20th century).
    Set in our days, the piece becomes a remembrance of
    a time of profound historical changes, an age which traces
    left a deep mark in what would become today’s world.
    This personal story is interwoven with the echoes of
    historical events, and the sound of time passing by recalls
    the life of a generation that, in those years, attempted
    to rebel against social inertia and tried to contribute to
    a different History, one that would open roads to a new
    world, to a new dawn.

    Special Guests: Sally Minnear (daughter of....), Jinian Wilde, Sam Blue,
    Gabriel Agudo, David Cross, Dave Bainbridge, Snake
    Davis and more…


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    Annette Peacock's 1979 album, The Perfect Release has finally made it to CD. Released on the Sundazed label. I really like this one! Features former Jeff Beck sidemen, Max Middleton and Richard Bailey, among others. Also available on vinyl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarThrower View Post
    Annette Peacock's 1979 album, The Perfect Release has finally made it to CD. Released on the Sundazed label. I really like this one! Features former Jeff Beck sidemen, Max Middleton and Richard Bailey, among others. Also available on vinyl.
    Love that album, although it's not the first time it was released on CD. See For Miles Records released it in 1996.
    Personally I'm waiting for a new CD-version of Sky-Skating.

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    Her X- Dreams album has also been reissued. I found the other CD at a local store yesterday.

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    Sun Colored Chair's new album featuring plenty of experimental, jazzy, whimsy, mathy and almost hypnotic proginess that made this New York based trio so enjoyable. Although fully instrumental, "Seated" is indeed an amusing contemporary record with an admirably production and a wonderful musical trip that can't leave you cold.






    Live session of the song "Sunsnap" from the new album

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post





    https://www.cronofonia.com/


    CRONOFONÍA evokes, through what we could call a
    sound-theater piece, the story of a generation. By the
    means of soundscapes, music and lyrics, the album
    narrates a day in the life of a character who symbolically
    embodies the experience of his own generation
    (the effervescent youth of the years 60s and 70s of
    the 20th century).
    Set in our days, the piece becomes a remembrance of
    a time of profound historical changes, an age which traces
    left a deep mark in what would become today’s world.
    This personal story is interwoven with the echoes of
    historical events, and the sound of time passing by recalls
    the life of a generation that, in those years, attempted
    to rebel against social inertia and tried to contribute to
    a different History, one that would open roads to a new
    world, to a new dawn.

    Special Guests: Sally Minnear (daughter of....), Jinian Wilde, Sam Blue,
    Gabriel Agudo, David Cross, Dave Bainbridge, Snake
    Davis and more…


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    I see there’s an English version and one in...another language. Which is the above? (I’m lazy, but it’s 91 degrees so help a brother out...)
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    Keido are a Finnish sympho-rock trio that consists of two multi-instrumentalists and a drummer. At their debut called "Tales for Sale" and released earlier this year, they offered a mixture of adventurous virtuosity, gentle melodies, interesting vocals and mature compositions that shine through a disciplined interplay. While creating their music strictly within the framework of the symphonic rock genre, Keido are still finding new ways to employ their keyboards arsenal containing WLM organ, piano, Yamaha V-50, Yamaha MM6, Casio MT-30 and Soviet synthesizer TOM 1501. In addition, there are electric and acoustic guitars, saxophone, flute, Nagoya harp, trumpet, bass & drums. In sooth, Keido brought a splendid sympho-rock that is entirely in keeping within the genre's best tradition as their debut is hymn-like bombast, pastorally idyllic, exuberant, lifted, weird whole-tone flutter and fantastical.






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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    I see there’s an English version and one in...another language. Which is the above? (I’m lazy, but it’s 91 degrees so help a brother out...)
    It's English version.

    Spanish version here https://cronofonia.bandcamp.com

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    I like the Sun Colored Chair new one. Good band.

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    The first track from Riverside's Michal Lapag - featuring Mick Moss on vocals - album 'Are You There' coming soon:


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    Jay Tausig is usually an electronic musician, but this is a really good collection of British folk tunes, very well done and recommended by me, Dr Zaius:

    "Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart...not smart, but genius....and a very stable genius at that!"

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    Buenos Aires' Vlad Tepes eclectic style incorporates influences ranging from the early 70's progressive rock, jazz-rock, psychedelic rock, funk, avant-rock and beyond. "Valses Elementales" has been released in April of this year, as their third album. A dreamlike atmosphere, incredible guitar solos, heavenly interplay between the instruments, dizzy tempo changes and awesome drumming, make "Valses Elementales" appreciable for a listening experience that is demanding, but also tempting as well as uncanny thrilling.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Monet View Post
    Buenos Aires' Vlad Tepes eclectic style incorporates influences ranging from the early 70's progressive rock, jazz-rock, psychedelic rock, funk, avant-rock and beyond.
    The beginning of the first track reminds me of a softer version of a Bi Kyo Ran song although I can't quite remember which one.
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    I got this recently from Wayside. Absolutely blew me away. For fans of instrumental Prog with a good dose of Fusion, has rocketed instantly to being my favorite release of this year.

    https://coevality.bandcamp.com/album...-personalities

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    ^ Excellent!
    I like the part where Icarus hijacks the Little Red Hen.

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    Minnesota's trio K'mono has made an impressive debut album which is characterized by noticeably fantastical atmosphere, beautiful guitar work, elegant keys and vibrating bass that together with the powerful drums creates a pulsating framework. Chad Fjerstad may not be the best singer at these days' Prog scene, but this kind of music fits his singing style perfectly. "Return To The 'E' is almost entirely dominated by the pleasant melodies, the arrangements and sounds that are all beautifully created in the vein of the 70's progressive rock, yet with contemporary features.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Sputnik View Post
    I got this recently from Wayside. Absolutely blew me away. For fans of instrumental Prog with a good dose of Fusion, has rocketed instantly to being my favorite release of this year.

    https://coevality.bandcamp.com/album...-personalities

    Bill
    There is an interesting Neal Peart quality to Andy Prado's drumming. Very nice.
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    What's the name of the band that recently released an album on Bandcamp that is basically a Uriah Heap sound-alike band, with participation from a (the?) surviving member of Heap? It sounded pretty good, but I wasn't up for it at the time, but I am now!

    TIA!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    What's the name of the band that recently released an album on Bandcamp that is basically a Uriah Heap sound-alike band, with participation from a (the?) surviving member of Heap? It sounded pretty good, but I wasn't up for it at the time, but I am now!

    TIA!
    Maybe Blind Golem, from Verona? It's a former Uriah Heep tribute band that in January of this year have released a debut album called "A Dream of Fantasy" with their own songs in the style of the early 70's Uriah Heep and Ken Hensley appears at one song which is actually his last recorded output just before he died.



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