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Review by Steve Alspach
Any prog-rock "conglomeration" will get my attention. From Emerson Lake and Palmer (they pretty much were the first ones in that genre, right?) to today, you really can't go wrong with any of them.
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Concert Reviews
Kino - Live at CalProg, Whittier, CA, 2006
Review by Lorraine Kay
CalProg 2006 was a full day of great prog-rock from across the country and the UK. Held in the Whittier Community Center, in Whittier, CA, a small community in Los Angeles County, there is always a family-friendly atmosphere in the 400 seat facility
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Interviews
Kino
Interview by Lorraine Kay
Interview with John Mitchell of Kino
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Marillion
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Marillion took a turn in 1994 by releasing this concept album during a time when the music scene was really into grunge.  

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Marillion - Holidays In Eden
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Marillion were the prog darlings of the UK music scene in the early 80s.  After four successful albums, the band split with charismatic front-man Fish. 

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Marillion - Less Is More
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Marillion chose to record a collection of their Hogarth era songs with just acoustic instrumentation.
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I was lucky to catch Marillion back in 2016 on their first run of F.E.A.R. tour dates,so when they decided to come back to the United States for another group of shows, I just had to attend, this time in Dallas.


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Marillion - Marbles In The Park DVD
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The great thing about Marillion is that they are rewriting the way a band interacts with their fan base.  They were the first (to the best of my knowledge) to use crowd-sourcing to put out music and fund tours. 

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Marillion - Seasons End
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This album was always going to divide the fans.  Some fans just can’t get past a change of vocalists and therefore don’t give the material a chance. 



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Marillion - Somewhere Else
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I don’t know why I always look at Somewhere Else as a companion disc to Marble,  because they are very different releases.  Marbles flowed from one song to the next whereas Somewhere Else has a more eclectic vibe. 

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From the very beginning, I felt a sense of recognition, as SMPT:E is conjured.  
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