Specials

  • Pat Metheny – Secret Story

    One of Metheny’s highest and most interesting points of his career, “Secret Story” is not your usual guitar oriented jazz album. There’s as a matter...

  • Tangerine Dream – Tangram

    It’s no secret that the 1980′s had a pretty harsh effect on the artistic success of many of the progressive rock bands. While the early...

  • Tangerine Dream – Cyclone

    “Cyclone” is, in some respects, a continuation of the increasingly streamlined sound of “Stratosfear”. Although Tangerine Dream were holding strong to their electronic roots, there...

  • Tangerine Dream – Zeit

    “Zeit” is an album with the sort of legacy that genuinely interests me. Unlike most ‘classic’ albums where listeners are ultimately able to come to...

  • Miles Davis – Aura

    If ‘Kind Of Blue’ was Miles Davis’ ode to cultured urbania, then ‘Aura’ shows the civil setting come crashing down around him. Well into the...

  • Tangerine Dream – Stratosfear

    With “Rubycon”, it is this reviewer’s opinion that Tangerine Dream finally tapped into the true potential of their sound. Vast, mysterious, and even downright creepy...

  • Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso – Io Sono Nato Libero

    Most commonly compared with the defacto kings of Italian prog rock Premiata Forneria Marconi, Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso has established their own footing in both...

  • The Who – By Numbers

    After a quadrilogy of highly ambitious albums that would make up the girth of The Who’s golden material, the band was evidently tired from touring,...

  • Steve Hackett – Voyage of the Acolyte

    The break-up of the progressive Genesis is one of the quiet tragedies of rock music. While the band technically lived to fight another day well...

  • The Who – Quadrophenia

    Generally speaking, The Who have been met with some very supportive critical acclaim from those who look back on their illustrious career. Over the course...