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Glastonbury Carol
Review by Steve Alspach
If you ever want to hear a band go "medieval on your @$$" - literally - this is a good place to start. While bands like Jethro Tull, Gentle Giant, or Fairport Convention would pay good homage to renaissance-era music, Gryphon immersed themselves in this kind of style.
Raindances: Transatlantic Recordings 1973-1975
Review by Gary Hill
This double CD set compiles all the music from the four Gryphon albums that were released on Transatlantic Records between 1973 and 1975.

Review by Gary Hill
I recently reviewed a compilation set from this outfit. This is their new release.

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Various Artists - 8 Assassins - Beautiful the Bad & The Ugly Soundtrack
Review by Gary Hill
This new soundtrack album has some cool stuff on it. Personally, I think that it would be stronger if it was just the first disc.

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