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Paul Korda Passed Away

March 12, 2020

He may have entered most people’s life as a co-writer and singer of “In The Mystery” on Allan Holdsworth’s seminal “Metal Fatigue” but Paul Korda – who died on March 11th at the age of 72 – had become part … Continue reading

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PLUTO Are Back With A New Album

March 10, 2020

Largely ignored on arrival, PLUTO‘s sole album, out in 1971, has pride of place in many a connoisseur’s household now that that British band’s record is considered a cult classic, the original heavy prog LP fetching hefty sums if in … Continue reading

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Judy Dyble Releases A Chamber Live Album

February 10, 2020

is a national treasure, her ballads – especially those that comprise the artist’s solo oeuvre – digging deep in English folklore while creative a truly individual narrative. Enchanting in studio environment, on-stage these pieces take on a different life: that’s … Continue reading

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Iain Matthews Mines A New Vein

February 7, 2020

2020’s marks a 50th anniversary of MATTHEWS SOUTHERN COMFORT, an ensemble that Iain Matthews has been returning to throughout his decades-long career, and that’s quite a reason for a new album. Titled “The New Mine” and scheduled for a March … Continue reading

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Steve Hackett To Issue An Autobiography

February 5, 2020

Even though prefers his guitar, and standalone singers, to do the talking on-stage, the legendary artist is a great storyteller, with “legendary” being a keyword here as, for all the spotlight shed on him, Steve remains an enigma. That’s why … Continue reading

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