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Nolan & Wakeman
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Clive Nolan and Oliver Wakeman - Dark Fables
Review by Gary Hill

This is a new release as a single disc. I previously reviewed it as the third disc of a Nolan and Wakeman box set.


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Tales by Gaslight
Review by Gary Hill
This new set collects three albums by Clive Nolan and Oliver Wakeman into one impressive box set.

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Gandalf's Fist - A Forest of Fey
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve loved Gandalf’s Fist since the first time I heard them several years ago.

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Pendragon - Believe
Review by Josh Turner
This was way more than I had anticipated. I had my hands full with this listening experience. Nick Barrett said that this would be more guitar-driven and I can certainly vouch for that.
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David Cross and Peter Banks - Crossover
Review by Gary Hill

Peter Banks was the original guitarist in Yes, formed the band Flash after that, and created solo music for years, in addition to other projects like his Empire band.


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Shadowland - Edge Of Night DVD
Review by Mark Johnson
Maybe they had a dream they were members of Marillion during the Fish era.

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Light Freedom Revival - Eterniverse Deja Vu
Review by Gary Hill
The melodic prog here is very much in line with both classic progressive rock and modern stuff like The Flower Kings.

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Yes - Fly From Here
Review by Gary Hill
Only the second album in the history of Yes to be recorded without Jon Anderson, this one, particularly since it’s the only other Yes disc with Geoff Downes on keyboards, is obviously compared to Drama.

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Yes - Fly From Here – Deluxe Edition
Review by Gary Hill
This review addresses the Deluxe Edition of Yes’ latest album, Fly From Here.

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Yes - Fly From Here (Vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill
I’m a huge Yes fan and Yes collector. For that reason I tend to buy various configurations of Yes albums.

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Arena - Immortal
Review by Gary Hill
A fine concept album, this one has many great prog elements, most notably Pink Floyd and Marillion. The Marillion sounds are a natural, since this band was formed by former Marillo Mick Pointer along with Pendragon's Clive Nolan.
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Yes - In the Present: Live from Lyon
Review by Gary Hill
While any Yes album is better than the music of a lot of other bands, this is probably the group’s weakest live album.

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Pendragon - Not of This World
Review by Josh Turner
In times when a short list keeps getting shorter, it is a rare occurrence to encounter a band that is an instant addition. Pendragon is one of these exceptions to the rule.
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Pendragon - Passion
Review by Gary Hill
I have to say that before this album I haven’t paid that much attention to Pendragon.

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Arena - Pepper's Ghost
Review by Steve Alspach
First off, I gotta admit that I had a college flashback with the CD booklet. The comic strip artwork by David Wyatt and Tim Bisley depicts the five members of Arena as men on a mission, each with a "mysterious" past, to clean up Victorian England. "Pepper's Ghost" is written loosely on this concept, and if you like comic art, "Pepper's Ghost" is worth buying just for that.
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Caamora - She
Review by Julie Knispel
Repeatedly in my review of the album She, I make reference to how impressive this material might be if staged as a musical. 
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Caamora - She
Review by Julie Knispel
Everything bigger than everything else.  That seems, in many ways, to be Clive Nolan’s modus operandi. 
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Steve Howe - Spectrum
Review by Gary Hill
Steve Howe never seems to be content to stay with one style or another for his solo albums. That means that every disc he does represents a bit of a surprise.
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Light Freedom Revival - Truthonomy
Review by Gary Hill
There is a concept called "the sophomore jinx," which says that no matter how strong a debut album is, there is a good chance the follow up won't be as good. To some degree I think that's true here.

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