Tag Archives: David Sancious

DAVID SANCIOUS – Eyes Wide Open

June 20, 2020

Not By Sight 2020 Major jazz-rock mover embraces sociopolitical agenda and infuses it with human factor. It’s been a decade and a half since David Sancious was last heard of as a solo artist, upon the release of “Cinema” that, … Continue reading

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David Sancious Makes Social Statement On New Record

March 12, 2020

It’s been a decade and a half since David Sancious last released a new studio album, and “Eyes Wide Open” that’s out now is more than welcome. It’s an interesting one as well, because, from on, the American multi-instrumentalist’s oeuvre … Continue reading

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Homage To Emerson And Lake Features A Plethora Of Stars

January 24, 2020

It’s been a long time coming, yet – despite him being busy with YES and, occasionally, ASIA – Billy Sherwood has finally released, online-only at the moment, his “A Tribute To Keith Emerson & “. Yes, that’s the album’s title … Continue reading

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JACK BRUCE – Live At Rockpalast 1980, 1983 And 1990

July 4, 2019

MiG 2019 The tunes where there’s plenty gold for a life’s treasury: classic shows from rock polymath boxed for aural and visual relish. The only predictable aspect of Jack Bruce’s solo career was his albums’ stylistic unpredictability – and, of … Continue reading

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VARIOUS ARTISTS – A Life In Yes: The Chris Squire Tribute

December 21, 2018

Purple Pyramid 2018 Friends and followers pay emotional homage to a fallen hero who created a prog framework that all good people try to fit in. “Forward motion, life promotion – to reverse is to repeat”: a single line from … Continue reading

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