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Casting Shadows
Review by Gary Hill

This is an intriguing outfit. Take Brand X bassist/keyboardist Percy Jones. Add in Neil Citron on guitar.


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With N With Out
Review by Gary Hill
The newest album from Bangtower,  this continues the fusion rock explorations of the act. 

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Interviews
Bangtower
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Bangtower from 2010


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Percy Jones
Review by G. W. Hill

Interview with Percy Jones from 2014


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Percy Jones
Review by G. W. Hill
Interview with Percy Jones from 2016

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Percy Jones - Cape Catastrophe
Review by G. W. Hill

Percy Jones is probably best known as the bass player for Brand X.


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Electric Prunes - Feedback
Review by Gary Hill
So, you say you remember the Electric Prunes from the Easy Rider soundtrack, the song “Too Much to Dream Last Night” or their old albums? Well, did you know that they are back together?
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Brand X - Is There Anything About?
Review by G. W. Hill

I like this album a lot. It seems to be more diverse than some of the rest of Brand X’s catalog.


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Brand X - Live at the Roxy LA
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a newly reissued live album from Brand X.


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Brand X - Missing Period
Review by Gary Hill
Associated with the prog musical style both because of their imaginative and virtuosic fusion approach to music and the sometime presence of Genesis man Phil Collins, Brand X have always been a great largely unknown musical treasure.
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Brand X - Missing Period (Reissue)
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a new edition of this Brand X album. Since I already reviewed an earlier release of this, and this in terms of the content, the same thing, I’m going to just use that review here for the sake of consistency. Let’s just say, thing sounds great and is well worth having.

Associated with the prog musical style both because of their imaginative and virtuosic fusion approach to music and the sometime presence of Genesis man Phil Collins, Brand X have always been a great largely unknown musical treasure. This CD is the first official release of material predating their debut disc. This lost disc of instrumental wonderment is definitely a treasured find for fans of the band. The musicians on this CD are Phil Collins, John Goodsall, Preston Heyman, Percy Jones and Robin Lumley.


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Brand X - Unorthodox Behaviour
Review by Steve Alspach
Those fans of progressive music who stick their fingers down their throat at the mention of the name "Phil Collins" may not be familiar with this piece of work. If they were, they may think that Phil may deserve a bit of redemption before being cast to purgatory.
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Steve Hackett - Voyage of the Acolyte
Review by Steve Alspach
After the sprawl of The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, the subsequent 102-date tour, and Peter Gabriel's departure from Genesis, one could understand the band's willingness to go on a prolonged vacation and take stock of their future. Fortunately, they didn't exactly sit still all that time.
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