Tag Archives: David Jackson


October 3, 2021

SnV 2021 Grand maestro of Italian art rock returns with a vengeance – wreaking torrential revenge on the past and bending the present to his own will. It’s been more than a decade since signor Lanzetti last emerged in a … Continue reading

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MICK PAUL – Parallel Lives

July 24, 2021

Mick Paul 2021 Venerated English multi-instrumentalist eventually ventures out on his own – in the company of friends. It took Mick Paul more than four decades to become a writer in his own right – after playing on stage and … Continue reading

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SPIRITS BURNING – Evolution Ritual

July 16, 2021

Noh Poetry 2021 Leaving cosmos for a simpler pastorale, pursuers of progressive pleasures locate delights closer to home. Despite their famous sci-fi leanings, all the participants of this project have always had a soft spot for folk music, and it … Continue reading

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June 5, 2021

Talking Elephant 2019 British prog-folk troupe measure temporal distances with a voyage through the sound of music. This collective of a fluctuating line-up belong to those rare art-rock ensembles who don’t feel bound by their chosen genre’s frontiers but bend … Continue reading

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O.A.K. – Nine Witches Under A Walnut Tree

May 6, 2021

Goodfellas 2020 Italian sculptor of art-rock drama drives his mind to Middle Ages to derive wisdom and melody from sadness and passion. Roman multi-instrumentalist Jerry Cutillo is ostensibly fascinated with flames – otherwise, why follow O.A.K.s debut with tales about … Continue reading

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