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Mostly Autumn
CD Reviews
Heroes Never Die
Review by Gary Hill
I have to admit that before this compilation I’d never heard Mostly Autumn. My understanding of the band was that they were a Celtic based progressive rock outfit with a female lead singer.

Review by Josh Turner
Mostly Autumn is billed as the new Pink Floyd. The new Pink Floyd might arguably be RPWL, but there is still some truth to this statement.
The Story So Far
Review by Steve Alspach
Autumn, in its glory, is a magnificent palette of colors - reds, yellows, oranges, and browns.
DVD Reviews
Mostly Autumn - The V Shows DVD
Review by Josh Turner
This DVD was my first encounter with the band, and I must say it had really impressed me. Now I can understand all the hype around this band.
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Review by Steve Alspach
In a very short time Karnataka have carved an interesting niche for themselves in progressive rock music.
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