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RPWL
CD Reviews
Beyond Man and Time
Review by Gary Hill
The obvious comparison when it comes to RPWL is Pink Floyd.

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Stock
Review by Gary Hill
RPWL have created quite an interesting beast with this one. They have found a way to combine early prog stylings of bands like Pink Floyd and Genesis with a modern Europop texture and come up with a highly listenable CD.
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The Gentle Art of Music
Review by Gary Hill
This two CD set of RPWL gives a good retrospective of their career to this point. That makes it great from a historical point of view.

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The RPWL Experience
Review by Gary Hill
The latest CD from RPWL is entitled, “The RPWL Experience.” The music on the disc seems to go a long way towards living up to that title.
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Wanted
Review by Gary Hill
In general you just can’t go wrong with RPWL.

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World Through My Eyes
Review by Josh Turner
The new album from RPWL arrived on my doorstep at the exact same time as a much anticipated copy of Spock's Beard's latest. I hadn't even realized RPWL was working on a new release.
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DVD Reviews
RPWL - The RPWL Live Experience DVD
Review by Ron Fuchs
I was first aware of RPWL when I received Stock back in 2003 for reviewing. I was instantly hooked and began collecting their albums.

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Concert Reviews
RPWL - Live at RoSfest 2008
Review by Josh Turner
Fans typically groan when a festival – a vehicle used to introduce new material to wanton ears - brings back an artist. No matter, RPWL deserved to be there.
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Interviews
RPWL
Interview by Josh Turner
Interview with Kalle Wallner of RPWL from 2007
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RPWL
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Yogi Lang of RPWL From 2003



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RPWL
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Kalle Wallner of RPWL
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RPWL
Interview by Mark Johnson

Interview with Kalle Wallner of RPWL from 2010


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Yogi Lang
Review by Gary Hill

Interview with Yogi Lang from 2010


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Blind Ego - Live at RoSfest 2008
Review by Josh Turner
Blind Ego was the first band to start the first official day of the fifth festival. They were solid but what was odd was the fact that their frontman, Kalle Wallner, operated off to the side and in an unimposing stance.
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Blind Ego - Mirror
Review by Josh Turner
The front-man, Kalle Wahlner is a self-described egomaniac, but I wouldn’t say it’s without merit. Don’t take this on blind faith alone.
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Yogi Lang - No Decoder
Review by Gary Hill

This is a solo album from RPWL’s Yogi Lang.


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Various Artists - Son of Kraut – The Next Generation of Kraut Rock
Review by G. W. Hill

This is quite a strong set. I’d say that pretty much everything here lands in progressive rock, but some is closer to psychedelic than others are.


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