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VARIOUS ARTISTS – Still Wish You Were Here: A Tribute To Pink Floyd

June 15, 2021

Cleopatra 2021 Shedding a loving light on a progressive rock’s imposing milestone, the genre’s elite forces bring afresh its precious shining to the fore. Never has a remote method of recording, the cheap approach of recent years, been so relevant … Continue reading

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“Wish You Were Here” To Get An All-Star Tribute

April 7, 2021

It’s difficult to argue that there have been enough homages paid to PINK FLOYD by now – just as difficult that there have been a lot of remotely recorded albums lately. Still, with remote work being a new norm and … Continue reading

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ALEXIS KORNER & SNAPE – Accidentally Born In New Orleans

January 18, 2021

Brain 1972 / Talking Elephant 2020 Happenstance funsters: rock elite from Blighty build a new sort of rapport across the Atlantic yet find neither fame nor fortune. Respected as a founding father of British blues – a status bestowed on … Continue reading

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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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