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6 weeks ago
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Totally spot on , totobob I must add that his previous solo effort, The Raven that refused to sing, is another prog masterpiece, more in the vein of 70s prog. I am not a huge Porcupine Tree fan though Cheers
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7 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
This record is a masterpiece. Guy is a genius Cheers
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2 months ago
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Love this track! Great rock with some country tinges here and there Cheers!
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Was watching some of their videos (even from Sweden concert) on youtube yesterday night. I think it's too late for them to release some new music under the Triumph moniker. I just can't delete from my mind their amazing 70s-80s shows, and those amazing voices (Rik and Gil). Citing one of their songs (Killing Time): "Gone forever my friend and it won't come again, it's moved on and left us
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Untouchable. Not even Freddy comes close to this. Emotion, soaring vocals, high notes and those highs at the end of the song, goosebumps. My favorite
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3 months ago
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Let's hope so. Quite frankly, I lost faith in the DT camp a few records ago. The Portnoy-saga let me down, but subsequent records honestly were more the usual metal 60%/prog 40% records with the same old than what I was seeking for, that is pure prog-rock with metal contaminations. Although 2015 has been a great year for prog-rock fans so I am not standing still.... Cheers
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4 months ago
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While debut didn't click with me (I gotta re-listen to it now), this one grabbed me since adolfo suggested to listen to Ghost Town. What a wonderful track! There are a few standout tracks (War Machine, Ghost Town, Oblivion) and the rest is quite good (the title track could have been on any Glenn Hughes solo record btw). As for now, love this record! Cheers
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4 months ago
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I agree on most counts with you Terry Neal Morse has that special touch, he can really put together melody and musicality in a way no one else can. I listened to latest Spock's and it seems to be a great one. But I still love and prefer Spock's with Neal. They are just on a different level, with my favorite being their third (The Kindness of Strangers) and their latest (Snow). I got to love Ec
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5 months ago
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The review is totally spot on and I don't have any problem with the scoring of 10 out of 100. Every artist has the rights to release whatever he wants. The reviewer here is kinda objective on the value of the package. I saw bad reviews on this site for a lot of artists, famous or not, and I reckon they were mostly spot on. This time is not for sure being the exception. Cheers
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7 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Rush Deep Purple Toto Journey
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7 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Well did not recognize Clooney at all from where I stood Thought it was some guys from the crew or just some lucky guys who had special VIP package :-) No White Sister yesterday, nor Caught in the Balance (huge song) or Can't Stop Lovin You (though we had Pamela from the Seventh One) Major props to this band who is still kickin major ass after almost 40 years on the road
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7 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Just got back home from this amazing concert. Setlist was perfect (just no track from Hydra was my complaint) Joseph Williams voice got perfect from mid-set till the end David Hungate was perfect. Just a couple missed notes during Rosanna keyboard solos. Luke played his ass off, great solos great sound, his voice was a little rougher at spots (especially during Without your Love) Paich and
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7 months ago
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Lol this one made me laugh for 5 minutes
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7 months ago
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2112 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > so a band called Yes , which will include neither > Jon Anderson or Rick Wakeman , and unlikely Chris > Squire...will play Drama in full. > > Bizarre doesn't even begin .....etc etc > > I guess as long as the Asia guitarist, and the > Buggles keysman is there , they are entitled to do > th
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9 months ago
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Money touring gig for Nick. Too much talent for Boston, he's really a great drummer , singer, composer, all-around musician
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10 months ago
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Thank You Carl. Appreciated.
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Listened. Original version and their live Mk3 treatments are much much much better than this. Unfortunately. Scrapped.
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10 months ago
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After ten full listens, I really appreciate this record. I am not ranking it among the full Toto catalogue, but I would like to say that this record really pleases my musical taste. Great Expectations is among the best songs Toto ever done. Stuck in my head. The record has no fillers, it is indeed a grower, Running Out of Time is the most (and maybe unique) uptempo rocker, Burn is a good track
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10 months ago
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Totally agree with St. George. Aside from what I rank as the best song in Mindfields: Caught in The Balance. Cheers
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10 months ago
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I loved Hydra, the first 2 tracks are the best opener for any Toto record, All Us Boys, White Sister, Mama, so many great tracks and uptempo rockers there. Turn Back is another favorite of mine. Not a filler and all great songs. Kingdom of Desire pales in comparison to these 2 records. It has a few heavy/rock songs , which I love (Gypsy Train, Never Enough, How Many Times), and my favorite inst
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10 months ago
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Hi Joe totally agree with you on the Steven Wilson record. Listened to it three times yesterday and starting to get all the nuances and passages. Some of it sounds like Yes, some like Jethro Tull, some simply Steven Wilson. A beautiful record indeed. Wrt Frost*, I got there only recently, so I didn't have the chance to listen to Milliontown properly before this release, and I really dig the R
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
I'd kill to watch them play live in Europe. Unfortunately it looks like this chance is over.
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
I recently bought myself a few prog-rock records, my personal fix for 2015 Here it goes: Lonely Robot - Please Come Home Featuring John Mitchell and a lot of friends (Nik Kershaw, Peter Cox, the fantastic Craig Blundell on drums, Nick Beggs on bass, Steve Hogarth, Jem Godfrey among the others), the record is a grower. It features a darker, industrial sound, for most of the record, and while
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Totally agree. But that makes me rank that album as an 80/100 record. I am a sucker for good drum sound, and that record drum sound is shameful. A thin cardbox powered by an electronic amplifier, worsened by that 80s electronic drum-machine / triggers sound. Anyway, as far as sound goes, F.U.C.K. and Balance sound a million bucks. I am a DLR-era VH fan. Nothing better than their first 6 record
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11 months ago
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The best composer of the last 20 years. Got his latest deluxe cd yesterday, still waiting to spin it and listen to it. No doubts it will be the best 2015 record overall for my personal tastes. Cheers Terry Luca
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1 year ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Kudos to St.George. Appreciated your behaviour. As to my personal opinion: I am not waiting on singles for Toto, since any Toto record will be my first buy. Toto never let me down though there are some records I am not in love with (Fahrenheit at first was a letdown, then it grew on me; Tambu had the same treatment, and the covers record is not one I love. Same goes with Mindfields, aside fro
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1 year ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Listened to the song. While it's above today's standard, it doesn't grab my attention as much as John's It Bites output. Kinda industrial/dark sound and mood, which I personally grew tired of. Waiting for another snippet, since the musicians involved in this project are amazing. Cheers
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1 year ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
When I pick up a record to drum along, I usually choose Sola Scriptura or Question Mark. Those two are really huge, great. It's hard to choose a favorite within Neal Morse solo catalogue, if I had to I'd still pick Testimony , just because it has more songs than the other ones. The guy is a genius. With Spock's Beard, the record that most clicked with me is The Kindness of Strangers. I could
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1 year ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Loving it. Heard right after the youtube video launch, it rocks and has hooks all over. Just a little prog in it, so I am waiting for the record to hear more prog ;-) Cheers mate
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1 year ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Patrick my friend, I am speechless in front of this tragedy. Ready to support French people and Europeans as much as I can.
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