Tag Archives: Jon Camp

BAND OF RAIN – Petrichor

May 22, 2020

Chris Gill and Katrina Gill 2020 When contemporary alchemies replace the unexplained, British seer looks back at tradition and casts it into the future. Despite its name implying collective effort, Chris Gill has kept his ensemble’s setup minimal for almost … Continue reading

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RENAISSANCE – A Song For All Seasons

September 1, 2019

Warner Bros 1977 / Esoteric 2019 With a turn toward changes, symphonic rockers are beckoned to new horizons where past and future, and here and there, come together. Here was an ensemble who, by 1978, had toured the world, graced … Continue reading

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RENAISSANCE – Ashes Are Burning

August 24, 2019

Sovereign 1973 / Esoteric 2019 Traveling the days of freedom, English art-folk ensemble open up their dreams and find a new way to shine. 1973 was pivotal to this collective’s creative development: having opened their scope to epic panoramas on … Continue reading

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WALTER HOLLAND – Storyteller: Part 1

August 1, 2019

Coriolis 2019 As golden fields lie just before him, American maven of immersion sources alternative sort of ambience to mine a folk vein. It’s been 30 years since this artist served up his last cosmic epistle and started creating the … Continue reading

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MoJo – Urgent Delivery

October 14, 2017

Repertoire 2017 On the wings of a dream, British duo with prog pedigree deliver a filigree album to defy expectations and lets imagination fly. What’s in a name? For this little ensemble – everything and nothing. Magic and simplicity… if … Continue reading

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