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Brother Where you Bound
Review by Gary Hill
This album divided Supertramp fans.

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Crime Of The Century
Review by Larry Toering
Enter Supertramp, by way of a Crime Of The Century, and they pulled it off and got away with it.

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Crisis? What Crisis?
Review by Gary Hill
This album might not have the huge hits that some of the other Supertramp albums do.

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Some Things Never Change
Review by Gary Hill
Although Roger Hodgson is no longer in the band, this album certainly proves that Supertramp can work their particular form of magic without him. One really does not miss Hodgson on this disc.
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Carl Verheyen
Review by G. W. Hill

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Review by G. W. Hill

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Ramin Partovi - 27 Faces of a Broken Heart
Review by Gary Hill

This is an intriguing set. It's a double disc set that is made up of various versions of the same piece of music.


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Carl Verheyen - Alone: Solo Guitar Improvisations Volume 2
Review by G. W. Hill

I don’t know if this fits into progressive rock. I’d say some of it does.


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Alan Simon - Big Bang
Review by Gary Hill

The newest disc from Alan Simon, this is another strong one. It has a lot of the melodic progressive rock sounds that are the mainstay of so much of his career.


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JJ Chardeau - In Terra Cognita? The Music Of The Rock Opera “Magical Musical Man”
Review by Gary Hill

This is an intriguing set. Most of the lyrics are in languages other than English.


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Nick D' Virgilio - Invisible
Review by Gary Hill

On the one hand, Nick D'Virgilio has been out of Spock's Beard for a while now. That means that perhaps the mentions of the band and comparisons aren't entirely appropriate.


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John Wetton – Richard Palmer-James - Jack-Knife / Monkey Business 1972-1977
Review by G. W. Hill

This set, basically two albums released as a two CD package, is a mixed bag.


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Roger Hodgson - Live in Milwaukee, March 2012
Review by Greg Olma

For those of you who don’t know it, Roger Hodgson was the main singer/songwriter for Supertramp. 


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Carl Verheyen - Mustang Run
Review by G. W. Hill

Carl Verheyen is probably best known for his tenure in Supertramp.


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Various Artists - Rockin' the City of Angels written by Douglas Harr
Review by G. W. Hill
This book is something very special. A good tag-line for this would be "come for the pictures, stay for the stories."

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Various Artists - Songs of the Century: An All-Star Tribute To Supertramp
Review by G. W. Hill

I am a big fan of pretty much anything Billy Sherwood is involved with and I love Supertramp, so when I heard Sherwood was in charge of assembling an all star tribute to Supertramp, I was excited.


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Alan Simon - Songwriter
Review by Gary Hill

I don't think I had heard of Alan Simon until recently. This double disc set captures a lot of his previous work.


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Roger Hodgson - Take the Long Way Home – Live in Montreal DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Thinking back to the music of Supertramp, one remembers all those killer songs. Well, the truth of the matter is, those songs might be even better than you recall.
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Marty Walsh - The Total Plan
Review by G. W. Hill

Marty Walsh is probably best known for his work playing guitar with Supertramp.


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