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February 2018 - Issue 128
Progressive Rock CD Reviews
Helga Arvesten - Don't Speak (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

I've reviewed two other singles from this artist in this issue of Music Street Journal. This is the second of the three to be released.

Helga Arvesten - Lightning Strike (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

The first of three singles from this artist, this song is not progressive rock in a traditional sense. However, it is art rock.

Helga Arvesten - Naked (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

"Progressive music" clearly works as a description of this piece. It's perhaps a bit lacking in the rock department, but this is art-music for sure.

Cairo (UK) - Say
Review by Gary Hill

The first thing to get out of the way here is that this is not the Mark Robertson led band of the same name. While that band hails from the USA, this act is based in the UK.

Joe Deninzon - Joe Deninzon and Stratospheerius - Guilty of Innocence
Review by Gary Hill

Joe Deninzon's music is always both entertaining and creative. I have to say that this might very well be the best Stratospheerius album.

Downes Braide Association - Skyscraper Souls
Review by Gary Hill

I have to admit that I was initially drawn to this act because of Geoff Downes. As a fan of Yes and The Buggles, I follow his work.

Keith Emerson - Emerson Plays Emerson
Review by Gary Hill

Perhaps in some circles the late great Keith Emerson is known primarily for his synthesizer work. The man was an incredible piano player, though.

Fischer’s Flicker - Open 28 Hours
Review by Gary Hill

These guys are considered a progressive rock band, and I've reviewed a couple other albums that fit pretty tightly under that heading. This one isn't as tight a fit, but it still fits as prog.

Focus - The Focus Family Album
Review by Gary Hill

I'm often skeptical of the "Family Album" or "Friend and Relatives" or "Friends and Relations" albums.

Galapaghost - Pulse
Review by Gary Hill

This is not an entirely tight fit under progressive rock. That said, it is definitely art rock.

Heaven & Earth - Hard to Kill
Review by Gary Hill

Let's get the classification question out of the way right at the start here.

Dave Kerzner - Static
Review by Gary Hill

Dave Kerzner is perhaps best known as one of the co-founders of the progressive rock band Sound of Contact. This is his latest solo release, and I suppose the best comparison here would be to Pink Floyd.

Sonja Kristina - Sonja Kristina: Anthology
Review by Gary Hill

I've put this under Sonja Kristina solo, but technically speaking, it's part of the Curved Air rarities series. This double disc set has some intriguing stuff.

Mabel Greer's Toyshop - The Secret
Review by Gary Hill

It could be said that Mabel Greer's Toyshop became Yes. In fact, that's essentially what happened.

Melting Mergers - Melting Mergers
Review by Larry Toering

Melting Mergers is an album that fuses EDM, electronica, funk and world samples together by keyboardist/composer David Lee Bassett, drummer/percussionist Vinnie Bargas, and dancer Emily Paris.

Native - Native Meets Lee Scratch Perry - Black Ark Showcase 1977
Review by Gary Hill

This isn't a tidy fit under progressive rock. It's not a tidy fit under reggae, either, though.

Nattefrost - Skaldic Themes (limited edition colored vinyl LP)
Review by Gary Hill

I've reviewed several releases from this act before. The music created by Nattefrost is electronic and lands in similar territory to acts ranging from Kraftwerk to Synergy.

Bill Nelson - Dreamy Screens (Soundtracks from the Echo Observatory)
Review by Gary Hill

This box set houses three CDs from Bill Nelson. Two of the albums were recorded as soundtracks.

The Ed Palermo Big Band - The Adventures of Zodd Zundgren
Review by Gary Hill

I reviewed an earlier disc from this outfit and loved it. Well, this keeps up that tradition.

Yvan Poisson - Blind Experiment
Review by Gary Hill

This is listed as "instrumental trip hop." Well, honestly, I don't see how this any less prog oriented than any number of electronic styles that get lumped under the prog heading.

Rausch - Book II
Review by Gary Hill

It's been about eight years since the debut album from Rausch. This follow-up is a real powerhouse.

Reflexson - It's Broken
Review by Gary Hill

Perhaps this doesn't fit under progressive rock. The electronic vibe on this can be seen as almost a modernized, more fun-loving, take on acts like Kraftwerk.

Jordan Rudess - Jordan Rudess / Steve Horelick - InterSonic
Review by Gary Hill

This would land under progressive rock under just about any circumstance at MSJ because of the fact that it's a project by Jordan Rudess. That said, while this is not rock music, it is progressive.

Sarah Schonert - Penguin Party
Review by Gary Hill

This is clearly not progressive rock by a conventional definition. It is art rock, though. This has a lot in common with Kate Bush.

Matt Siffert - Gallatin
Review by Gary Hill

This is definitely not a tight fit under progressive rock, but there is enough of the moody modern prog sound that I think it fits. The set works through a variety of textures, but does lean toward the mellower end of the equation.

Alan Simon - Excalibur IV: The Dark Age of the Dragon
Review by Gary Hill
This is the newest CD from Alan Simon. Simon is a French artist who has been releasing powerful rock operas like this one for a long time.
Alan Simon - Songwriter
Review by Gary Hill

I don't think I had heard of Alan Simon until recently. This double disc set captures a lot of his previous work.

Sinoptik - Standalone Syndrome (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

I guess these guys are billed as stoner rock. I tend to think of stoner rock as more slow, plodding, Sabbath-like heavy stuff.

Snoozy Moon - Said the Squirrel
Review by Gary Hill

Like with their previous release, I'm perhaps stretching the boundaries to include this under progressive rock. I think that's a worthy cause, though.

Vie Jester - All in Jest
Review by Gary Hill

I previously landed these guys under progressive rock. I'm going to stick with that decision here.

John Wetton - Akustika: Live in Amerika / Akustika II: Return to Amerika
Review by Gary Hill

This is a two CD set combining two John Wetton live albums into one release. The two shows were performed about ten years apart.

Wingfield - Reuter - Sirkis - Lighthouse
Review by Gary Hill

If you like instrumental music that's experimental and challenging, you should give this a try. There a real freeform vibe to a lot of it.

Joshua Worden - Cinders
Review by Gary Hill

I reviewed another release from this artist a while ago. I didn't land that one under progressive rock.

Yes - Topographic Drama: Live Across America
Review by Gary Hill

This brand new live album from Yes is cool stuff. For one thing, it's great to get live recordings of all the Drama songs. There are also two epics from Tales from Topographic Oceans and the "Leaves of Green" part from "The Ancient" on that album. They round the section out with a few other Yes classics. The live sound is great.


I've seen Yes close to twenty times (more times than I've seen any other band), and I can tell you that despite the technicality of their music and instrumental prowess, no two Yes shows are the same. That's true even when you see them on multiple nights in a row. Each performance is a little different because the music tends to take on a life of its own in live gigs. So, don't expect to hear the studio versions exactly covered here. For one thing, the line-up is different. For another thing, I don't think I've ever heard a live Yes song sound exactly like the studio version. I mean, why would you want that? You can listen to the studio version any time. I think these renditions are very faithful, and bring a new life to the songs at times. I highly recommend this, especially for those (like myself) who really love Drama.

Metal/Prog Metal CD Reviews
Alcatrazz - Breaking the Heart of the City: The Very Best of Alcatrazz
Review by Gary Hill

A new three CD box set, this would be a good introduction to Alcatrazz for those not bitten by the bug to this point. That said, I tend to think the people who will be all over this are the hardcore fans.

Graham Bonnet - Flying...Not Falling 1991-1999
Review by Gary Hill
This new three-disc set from Graham Bonnet is pretty darned good. I've included it under metal because two of the three discs here fit there.
Samson - Mr. Rock and Roll: Live 1981-2000
Review by Gary Hill

This new four CD box set assembles a number of live releases. While it's credited as Samson, technically not all of it is that band.

Superscream - The Engine Cries
Review by Gary Hill

These guys at times skirt the boundary between progressive rock and metal. Overall, though, they land on the metal side of that equation.

Symetria - Symetria
Review by Gary Hill

If you have a craving for old school heavy metal, this might be just the meal for you. This New Jersey based band delivers the real steel.

The Tracy G Group - Tramp
Review by Gary Hill

Tracy G is best known for his work in Dio's band. Don't expect this to sound like Dio, though.

WildeStarr - Beyond The Rain
Review by Mike Korn

This album is proof positive that great art can come out of tragedy. It’s a concept album inspired by the suicide of singer London Wilde’s brother Gary, also a musician.

Zeistencroix - Gemini
Review by Gary Hill

If you just listen to the opener and stop there, you might not think these guys are metal. That song lands more in the electronic techno end of the spectrum.

Non-Prog CD Reviews
Thomas Abban - A Sheik's Legacy
Review by Gary Hill

Thomas Abban's music provides an intriguing mix of modern alternative sounds and classic rock elements. His singing is dominated by a falsetto delivery that while effective, gets a bit old at times.

Acting Natural - Acting Natural
Review by Gary Hill

If you take one look at the cover to this EP you will have a good idea of what the music is like. This group's sound is based on the pop rock of the 1960s.

Amera - Amera
Review by Gary Hill

According to this group's press materials, they are focused on live performance. Given the material here, it's a good bet that their live shows are intense.

Luca Bash - Keys of Mine
Review by Gary Hill

The vocals on this set have a definite reggae element, but the music for the most part is not set in that style. The music is also not confined to any one style, except the wide ranging pop rock heading.

Lindsay Bellows - Wake to Dream
Review by Gary Hill
The vocals are the real driving element to this set. Each song features multiple layers of singing that showcases so much talent and style.
Big Country - We're Not in Kansas (The Live Bootleg Box Set 1993-1998)
Review by Gary Hill

It's a pretty safe bet that for a lot of people out there Big Country is represented by one song - their big hit "In a Big Country." This new collection shows that the band had more than one trick up their sleeves.

Black Bluebirds - Like Blood For Music
Review by Gary Hill

This album is unique and a bit hard to pin down. I suppose the easiest reference is to say "Gothic rock," but there is a lot of range and stylistic alteration within that description.

Blue Apollo - Circles (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

I also reviewed an EP from this artist in this issue. This is the new single leading up to their next album.

Blue Apollo - Light-Footed Hours
Review by Gary Hill

There is nothing Earth-shattering or decidedly original here. Instead, this is effective modern pop music, cut from much the same cloth as a lot of similar music.

J. Briozo - Deep in the Waves
Review by Gary Hill

It's not easy to pin a label on this set. It could almost land under progressive rock, though.

Eliot Bronson - James
Review by Gary Hill

There seems to be a big movement towards roots music and folk based sounds these days. This album fits in that category.

Ben Brookes - The Motor Car & The Weather Balloon
Review by Gary Hill

Ben Brookes' style of music seems most closely tied to Cat Stevens, but there is also plenty of reference here to acts like Al Stewart and Donovan. All these songs are well written and performed.

Johnny Cash - Greatest Hits: The Sun Record Years (half speed mastered vinyl LP)
Review by Gary Hill

This is a classy release. To me, these songs were meant to be heard on vinyl, so this is the natural format.

Colvin - Nightmare
Review by Gary Hill

This set is intended to be dark. I think it mostly succeeds in that quest.

Philippe DeBarge with The Pretty Things - Rock St. Trop
Review by Gary Hill

This is an intriguing album. It was recorded in 1969, but released only recently.

Delta Deep - East Coast Live
Review by Gary Hill

Phil Collen of Def Leppard assembled this band. The other members of the group are Rob DeLeo, Forrest Robinson and Debbi Blackwell-Cook.  

The Droogs - Young Gun
Review by Gary Hill

These guys originally formed in the early 1970, with a sound derived from psychedelia and garage band texture of the 1960s. This is their newest disc and really has a great fuzz-driven texture.

Hope Dunbar - Three Black Crows
Review by Gary Hill

This is a cool disc. I would say that Hope Dunbar's biggest strength is her ability to write great lyrics.

The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers - No Glory
Review by Gary Hill

I was expecting gospel music here. For the most part that's not what you get.

Arthur Fowler - Here I Am Again
Review by Gary Hill

The mix of retro stylings with jazz and other sounds here is quite cool. This short set is diverse and effective.

Peter Galperin - This Burning Sun
Review by Gary Hill

Combining elements of 80s pop music with Americana and more, this is an entertaining set. Some of the lyrics get quite topical, but it never loses its sense of fun musically.

The Green Door - Wolf in the Fold
Review by Gary Hill

There is a shared territory between punk rock, psychedelia and stoner rock. These guys live within that space.

Zaine Griff - Collectors Premium
Review by Gary Hill

I've not heard of this artist before, but apparently he was a big part of the Europop, new wave, new romantic movement. That sound is well tied to the 80s.

Geff Harrison - Collectors Premium
Review by Gary Hill

Geff Harrison is probably best known for his work in the bands King Ping Meh and Twenty Sixty Six And Then.

Glenn Hughes - Building the Machine 2CD Edition
Review by Gary Hill

This is one in a series of new Glenn Hughes reissues. The first CD is a studio album (with one bonus track).

Glenn Hughes - Songs in the Key of Rock 3 CD Edition
Review by Gary Hill
This is a new release in a series of Glenn Hughes reissues. The bulk of the discs in this series are two-CD editions. This one has three.

Joshua Ketchmark - Under Plastic Stars
Review by Gary Hill

Sometimes less can be more. I think that if there were maybe two or three less songs on this album it would be stronger.

Gilbert Lee - Magic through the Static
Review by Gary Hill

This is quite an intriguing set. More than anything else, it falls in the neighborhood of modern pop rock, but it actually leans toward modern progressive rock a lot of the time.

Sarah Morris - Hearts in Need of Repair
Review by Gary Hill

This set leans well toward the country music end of the spectrum. The main selling point here is the vocal delivery.

Chris Murphy - Water Under the Bridge
Review by Gary Hill

Chris Murphy puts out consistently solid releases. His musical styles tend to vary quite a bit, from Celtic music to things like this.

Meanr Mynr - The Sacrifice
Review by Gary Hill

A lot of times electronic music is strictly keyboard based. This set makes good use of guitar, too.

Nocturnal Animals - Dark Lit Places
Review by Gary Hill

I like this EP a lot. Given that it draws heavily on Green Day-like emo, that says a lot because I don't really like that type of music.

NYDTyson - If You're So Smart, Why Are You So Sad?
Review by Gary Hill

This band has a very diverse sound. They go from grunge and punk to alternative rock with jazzy elements to progressive rock and more.

Otis - Eyes of the Sun
Review by Gary Hill

If you dig a classic blues rock sound, there is plenty to like here. These guys almost feel like they should have been around in the 1970s.

Perfect Defect - Perfect Defect
Review by Gary Hill

The argument could be made to call this heavy metal. Honestly, I think it's a bit more on the mainstream hard rock end of the spectrum, but I wouldn't argue with that classification.

Joel Phil - Raise Up EP
Review by Gary Hill

This new EP has four versions of the same song. The first one is the original take.

Melissa Plett - Ghost Town
Review by Gary Hill

There is a lot of down-home, old-school country music in the mix here. The music ranges from evocative ballads to bluesy tunes and rockers.

Psychocide - Alcohol & Bad Decisions
Review by Gary Hill

It's definitely hard to land a label on these guys. As close as you can come is "hard rock."

Andrew Reed - If All The World Were Right
Review by Gary Hill

Andrew Reed is probably best known as part of the band Space Apaches. This new solo set doesn't share much ground with that outfit.

Rejectionist Front - Evolve
Review by Gary Hill

If you were to combine Pearl Jam with DOA you might come up with something really close to the sound of this album. There is a great range of sounds here.

Rhett Repko - Thnx For The Ride
Review by Gary Hill

I reviewed a previous set from Repko. On that one I talked about the vocals being a bit too much like Green Day (I find Billy Joe Armstrong's voice to be too whiny and don't like his band because of it).

J.W. Schuller - No Mud in Joyville
Review by Gary Hill

This is a very interesting set. It's odd, but also very entertaining. It's just a lot of fun.

Seneko - True Dimension
Review by Gary Hill

The sound here is certainly unique. This music seems to blend modern alternative rock based stuff with country and more.

Sky Orchid - Oculus
Review by Gary Hill

If you like alternative rock based styled sounds, there is plenty to like about this. It's a mainstream rock set with a good range of texture.

Billie Jo Spears - C'est La Vie
Review by Gary Hill

This is a new release of an album that was recorded in 1982. You really don't have to know that when you listen to it because the sound makes it clear that this is a product of a previous decade.

Gavin Sutherland - Wireless Connection
Review by Gary Hill

This is an album that feels like it could have been released on the late 1960s or early 1970s. It's set in a folk music style that definite calls to mind artists like The Band and Bob Dylan and others of that ilk.

Undercover Rabbis - Andromeda
Review by Gary Hill

Do you like noisy, fuzz drenched music? If so, you will love this.

Uriah Heep - Raging Through the Silence: 20th Anniversary
Review by Gary Hill

Uriah Heep are on a quest to get their back catalog all out in official releases. This was available only on VHS before.

Weathered Man - C-30 Duets Vol. 1
Review by Gary Hill

This EP is quite cool. It has a great blend of classic soul and jazz sounds with modern music.

Wiccid - By Design
Review by Gary Hill

I like this album quite a bit. It mixes techno, industrial and electronic dance music textures.

Yaysh - Daep (single)
Review by Gary Hill

The genre label of "hip hop" tends to create a lot of pre-conceived notions. Get rid of those.

Zaritza - Zaritza
Review by Gary Hill

The music on this set is a bit hard to nail down. Zaritza herself plays keys and handles the vocals.

DVD/Video Reviews
HR - Finding Joseph I: The HR From Bad Brains Documentary DVD
Review by Gary Hill

How are reggae, hardcore punk and Rastafarianism connected? H.R. is a definite link in a chain.

Rush - The Rise of Kings DVD
Review by Greg Olma

Ever since Rush was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, everyone has become a Rush fan. 

Tito & Tarantula - Live at Rockpalast DVD/CD Set
Review by Gary Hill

I don’t think I have heard these guys before. That is not entirely true. One of their songs was included in the movie “From Dusk to Dawn.”

Various Artists - Free to Rock 2 Disc DVD Set
Review by Gary Hill

This is a two disc set. The first disc is the original documentary. 

Frank Zappa - Summer '82: When Zappa Came To Sicily BluRay
Review by Gary Hill

Don’t come here looking for a concert film. If you do, you will be disappointed, but this is really far more.

Jon Anderson
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Jon Anderson from 2018

Peter Banks Empire
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Sydney Foxx of Peter Banks' Empire from 2018

Robert Berry
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Robert Berry from 2018

Charles Brown
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Charles Brown from 2017

California Guitar Trio
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Bert Lams of California Guitar Trio from 2018

Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Thymme Jones of Cheer-Accident from 2018

Clark Colborn
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Clark Colborn from 2018

Alan Davey
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Alan Davey from 2017

Joe Deninzon
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Joe Deninzon from 2017

Terry Draper
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Terry Draper from 2017

Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Bob Lord of Dreadnaught from 2018

Echo Us
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Ethan Matthews of Echo Us from 2017

Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Andre Machado of Fracktura from 2018

Randy George
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Randy George from 2018

Pontus H.W. Gunve
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Pontus Gunve from 2018

Steve Hackett
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Steve Hackett from 2017

David Hayes
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with David Hayes from 2018

Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with iNFiNiEN from 2018

Lana Lane
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Lana Lane from 2018

Tony Levin
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Tony Levin from 2017

Lochness Monster
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Justin Shaner and Rene Rivera from Lochness Monster from 2017

Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Mark Kelly, Steve Rothery and Pete Trewavas of Marillion from 2018

Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Miriodor from 2018

Sacha Mullin
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Sacha Mullin from 2018

Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Chuck Scandura of Negativehate from 2018

Erik Norlander
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Erik Norlander from 2017

Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Doug Rausch of Rausch from 2018

Jordan Rudess
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Jordan Rudess from 2018

Don Schiff
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Don Schiff from 2017

Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with ScienceNV from 2018

Billy Sherwood
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Billy Sherwood from 2017

Snoozy Moon
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Snoozy Moon from 2018

Spirits Burning
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Don Falcone of Spirits Burning from 2018

Spock's Beard
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Dave Meros of Spock's Beard from 2017

3rd Ear Experience
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Robbi Robb of 3rd Ear Experience from 2017

Interview by Mike Korn

Interview with Dave Starr of WildeStarr from 2017

Book Reviews
Various Artists - Turn Up the Strobe: The KLF, The Jams, The Timelords a History written by Ian Shirley
Review by Gary Hill

I have to admit that my previous experience with the artists documented here is very minor. I mean, as a “Doctor Who” fan, I love The Timelords hit “Doctorin’ the TARDIS.”

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