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Jason Blake
CD Reviews
Fictional Mirrors
Review by Gary Hill
I've covered Jason Blake previously as part of the band Aziola Cry. In fact, I reviewed their most recent disc in the last issue of MSJ.

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Imaginary Cages
Review by Gary Hill
The latest solo release from Jason Blake, this is made up of Warr Guitar solo pieces. There is a good range of sound within this set.

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The Darkness Found in Shadows
Review by Gary Hill
This was the first of two solo albums from Jason Blake in the last year or so. I've reviewed the other one in this issue, as well.

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Interviews
Jason Blake
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Jason Blake from 2021
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Related Articles
Aziola Cry
Review by Gary Hill
Interview with Jason Blake of Aziola Cry from 2006

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Aziola Cry
Review by Julie Knispel
Interview with Jason Blake of Aziola Cry, from 2008
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Aziola Cry - Ellipsis
Review by Gary Hill
If you like instrumental prog in the style of Djam Karet, but would like to hear that sound carried out with a bit more metal to it, then Aziola Cry is the band for you. These guys do have quite a bit in common with that other band, but they also share musical textures with Rush, Dream Theater and some metal bands.
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Aziola Cry - Ghost Conversations
Review by Julie Knispel
Aziola Cry is an instrumental trio from Chicago consisting of Chapman Stick, guitar, and drums. Their music is dark, unrelenting and complex, drawing as strongly from first generation progressive artists (such as King Crimson) as from today’s practitioners (Tool).
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Aziola Cry - The Ironic Divide
Review by Gary Hill
We have reviewed a couple releases from this act previously at Music Street Journal. This is the newest CD from this Chicago based band.

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