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Starcastle
CD Reviews
Chronos I
Review by Gary Hill
This is a collection of early material from Starcastle. Rather than go with the standard best of type collection, this one is composed of nothing but unreleased material.
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Citadel
Review by Gary Hill
Starcastle have gotten much criticism over the years for being "a rip off of Yes". Certainly the Yes influences are very strong, but honestly they really did their own take on those influences.
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Fountains of Light
Review by Gary Hill
This was the second album from Illinois’ progressive rock band, Starcastle.

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Song of Times
Review by Gary Hill
When Starcastle first emerged in the 1970's many labeled them as a Yes clone. There was a certain amount of truth in that label, but if you dug below the surface there were other elements there.
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Starcastle
Review by Gary Hill
Starcastle have gotten much criticism over the years for being "a rip off of Yes". Certainly the Yes influences are very strong, but honestly they really did their own take on those influences.
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Concert Reviews
Starcastle - Live at RoSFest, April, 2007
Review by Josh Turner
There was a lot of hype surrounding this band as they were back after several decades, a fallen member, and a new album. More so than all the rest, this was a band who had a history and legend with RoSfest.
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Interviews
Starcastle
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Stephen Tassler of Starcastle from 2010
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Review by Greg Olma
I have known Gary Hill for a while now and the one thing that I can say with complete certainty about him is that he takes his music seriously. 


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REO Speedwagon - The Early Years - 1971-1977
Review by Gary Hill

This is one heck of a cool set. For those who need to catch up on the earlier part of REO's catalogue (you know, before they were superstars), it's really a great value.


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