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Jerry Goodman
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Violin Fantasy
Review by Gary Hill
This album is fully instrumental. It’s a great disc, too. Some of the music here has appeared elsewhere (although most of the time in different arrangements)

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Various Artists - Encores, Legends and Paradoxes
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With a cast of players that reads like a prog "who`s who", this ELP tribute takes the classics and makes them fresh and new again. The result is an incredibly listenable piece of music that really entertains.

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Alan Morse - four o'clock and hysteria
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When I popped this CD in I was kind of expecting something that would sound like Morse's band Spock's Beard. Had I read the press materials that came with, I would have realized that the ride in store was different, but I usually prefer to give first impressions the chance to sink in before clouding them with words written about the disc.
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Derek Sherinian - Inertia
Review by Gary Hill

With this CD Sherinian continues his tradition of creating hard edged prog that is quite firmly rooted in fusion. The disc succeeds very well in creating an energetic and considerably potent instrumental mode that sends the listener on a major journey.


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Strat Andriotis - Night Manager
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I had thought about including this under progressive rock because of Jerry Goodman's inclusion here. The thing is, it's really mostly pure jazz - and not even fusion, really.


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Various Artists - Prog Box
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I've been looking to do a retro review of this box set for a while. I finally had the opportunity this time around.


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The Fusion Syndicate - The Fusion Syndicate
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What an amazing set this is.


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Mahavishnu Orchestra - Visions of the Emerald Beyond
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Well, I tend to figure that fusion that leans heavily towards the rock end of the spectrum qualifies as progressive rock. In that case, there's no question where Mahavishnu Orchestra belongs.
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