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CD Reviews
“Duel” – 20th Anniversary Reissue
Review by Gary Hill
This might not really qualify as progressive rock, but it has to come close if it doesn’t.

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and Midnight Rags – The Werewolf of London
Review by Gary Hill
This is a new issue of old independent release from Paul Roland.

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Bates Motel
Review by Gary Hill
With that title I had hoped for something more Gothic and scary.

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Bitter and Twisted
Review by Gary Hill
Paul Roland’s music is always quirky and very British.

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In the Opium Den: Early Recordings 1980-87
Review by Gary Hill
The sub-title of this really tells you what you are getting. I generally put Paul Roland’s stuff under prog because there is a folk prog edge.

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Professor Moriarty’s Juke Box
Review by Gary Hill
Paul Roland’s brand of music is somewhat predictable, but never redundant or monolithic.

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Interviews
Paul Roland
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Paul Roland from 2010

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Various Artists - Spirit of Sireena Volume 8
Review by G. W. Hill

The one thing binding all these songs together is the fact that they were released on Sireena Records.


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Various Artists - Spirit of Sireena Volume 9
Review by G. W. Hill

These collections are always interesting. This one is no exception.


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