Tag Archives: David Sancious

JON ANDERSON – Animation

July 13, 2021

Polydor 1982 / Esoteric 2021 Vocal avatar of wondrous storytelling comfortably inhabits the age of plastic to sing dithyrambs to electronic digits. It may not seem like this from today’s perspective, yet “Animation” was a pivotal album in ‘s career. … Continue reading

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MIKE TIANO – Creétisvan

May 11, 2021

Mike Tiano 2021 From programming to progressive rock and beyond the pale: rock connoisseur crosses over to artistic side of things. A music lover of certain vintage is bound to be familiar with the results of Mike Tiano’s work – … Continue reading

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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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