Tag Archives: Mel Collins

KING CRIMSON – Meltdown: Live In Mexico

March 17, 2019

Panegyric 2018 On the verge of their 50th anniversary, neverending juggernaut deliver expansive report from the road – to hear and behold. If there’s something this erudite team refuse to know it’s repetition, and there’s little wonder in the steady … Continue reading

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PAUL BRETT SAGE – The Devil’s Whisper

January 30, 2019

Viral Discs 2018 Wisdom-spreading British axeman takes a trip to the crossroads in search of temptation and reports from the edge of desire. Once in a while since SAGE’s return with in 2014, after a four-decade hiatus, Paul Brett is … Continue reading

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STICK MEN – Roppongi – Live In Tokyo 2017

February 10, 2018

MoonJune 2017 Most emotional expansion brings out the tenderness and trepidation in troika of wandering spirits. Mythbusters might formulate it quite concisely, stating that “triangles are the strongest shape because any added force is evenly spread through all three sides,” … Continue reading

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STICK MEN And Mel Collins Prepare Live Reports

May 25, 2017

STICK MEN might be a tight conglomerate of musical talent, but the trio’s music is so loose in extemporization stakes that Markus Reuter, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto aren’t averse to occasional expanding of the ensemble ranks and welcoming a … Continue reading

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ROBIN GEORGE & DANGEROUS MUSIC – Painful Kiss

July 12, 2016

Angel Air 2016 Black Country guitar slinger gets back to basics to reclaim his legacy. Blinded with his knack for songwriting and fretboard gymnastics, ‘s achievements as producer are easy to overlook, yet it’s this skill set that helps the … Continue reading

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