All posts tagged "Hammond"

  • Marching Mind – The Sickness and the Theory

    In all my searching to find great new progressive rock from Scandinavia to Japan, it’s pretty refreshing to hear a band from my own city...

  • Ancestors – In Dreams and Time

    Ah that California. Moving to Los Angeles, where we find a band of invaluable significance for today’s progressive music. That’s right. I am not going...

  • Astra – The Black Chord

    Though it was pretty clear that 2011 probably won’t be beaten in all its dominance, 2012 seems to open very nice. I took it for...

  • Jaime Rosas – Flashback

    Jaime Rosas is a very talented keyboardist from Chile who gained quite good reputation while playing in progressive metal band – Entrance. However not too...

  • Don Airey – All Out

    Don Airey is a man who doesn’t have to be introduced, I think that everyone knows him as a keyboard-man playing in such famous bands...

  • Le Orme – La Via Della Seta

    After quite a long break (7 years) from recording studio material, Le Orme is back! Although this band’s pinnacle took place in 1971-1974 period, last...

  • Nuova Era – Nuova Era

    Nuova Era is definitely my favorite band from so-called second wave of Italian symphonic rock scene. Compared with other formations included in this category, they...

  • Uriah Heep – Into The Wild

    Uriah Heep comes back with another studio album after extremely enjoyable “Wake The Sleeper”. While “Into The Wild” isn’t as great as I wished it...

  • Scheherazade – All for One

    “Scheherazade” is a Japanese heavy/symphonic prog band which started its career in 1977, but soon after they replaced drummer & bassist and changed name to...

  • Bondar & Wise – A Live Legacy

    Bondar & Wise is an obscure American duo which seemed to gain some sort of recognition as a live act in mid 70s. However from...