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Wishbone Ash
CD Reviews
Blue Horizon
Review by Jason Hillenburg
Never believe anyone who says, "It's just music.”

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Elegant Stealth
Review by Gary Hill
Wishbone Ash is a unique band.

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Pilgrimage
Review by Gary Hill
The second album from Wishbone Ash, most of this is pretty prog-like, but there are a couple straight ahead rockers.

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Raw to the Bone
Review by Gary Hill
This is a new two-CD reissue of an older album from Wishbone Ash. The first disc includes the original album with some bonus tracks, while disc two is comprised of some live performances.

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The Best Of Wishbone Ash
Review by Gary Hill
This compilation chronicles the career of Wishbone Ash. The band has really touched on many styles. Always guitar dominated, the Ash have presented their own version of progressive rock, perhaps a bit sparse at times, but certainly prog.
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Twin Barrels Burning
Review by Gary Hill

This new double CD re-issue features the Twin Barrels Burning disc from Wishbone Ash. The first CD is the original edition with three bonus tracks added to it.


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DVD Reviews
Wishbone Ash - A Rockumentary...This Is Wishbone Ash DVD
Review by Gary Hill
The very first thing that should be mentioned in regard to this DVD is that it’s a PAL release. That means that standard DVD and BluRay players in the US can’t play it.

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Wishbone Ash - Live At Rockpalast 1976 DVD and CD set
Review by Gary Hill
While this DVD is perhaps not up to the quality of today's high definition video releases, it was great quality for the time period. That's because it was recorded for German television.

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Concert Reviews
Wishbone Ash - Live in Portland, Oregon, March 2013
Review by Larry Toering

After fifty dates on the US road, Wishbone Ash returned to Portland to play their final show of the tour.


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Interviews
Wishbone Ash
Interview by Gary Hill, Greg Olma, Scott Prinzing, Alison Reijman and Larry Toering

Interview with Andy Powell of Wishbone Ash from 2011


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Wishbone Ash
Interview by Jason Hillenburg

Interview with Andy Powell of Wishbone Ash from 2014


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Wishbone Ash
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Andy Powell of Wishbone Ash from 2017

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Book Reviews
Wishbone Ash - Eyes Wide Open: True Tales of a Wishbone Ash Warrior written by Andy Powell
Review by Gary Hill
To some degree, this book reminds me a bit of Bill Bruford’s recent autobiography/memoir.

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Related Articles
Renaissance - Academy of Music
Review by G. W. Hill

This live album is quite good. It does seem like it started life as a bootleg, though. For that reason there are a few issues here and there with crowd noise that’s a bit too loud and localized. Still, to have a live recording of this historic concert is great. Not only do Renaissance play this gig with an orchestra, but Andy Powell of Wishbone Ash guests on one track. The sound is quite good here, particularly if it was (as it sounds like it was) an audio recorded bootleg.


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Ted and Majella - Better Together
Review by Gary Hill

This is an intriguing set of music. The "Ted" in this duo is Ted Turner, best known for his work in Wishbone Ash.


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Renaissance - DeLane Lea Studios 1973
Review by G. W. Hill

This live album catches Renaissance in the period many might call their best.


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Various Artists - Fly Like an Eagle - An All-Star Tribute to Steve Miller Band
Review by G. W. Hill

Cleopatra Records loves doing these tribute albums, typically with Billy Sherwood in charge.


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Martin Turner - Life Begins – Deluxe 2CD + DVD Set
Review by G. W. Hill

This set captures a live performance from 2010. As many will know, Martin Turner was a founding members of Wishbone Ash, and this particular tour was all about the 40th Anniversary of that band.


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Various Artists - Light My Fire - A Classic Rock Salute To the Doors
Review by G. W. Hill

I’ve always been a big fan of the Doors.


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Martin Turner - New Live Dates
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a new album in this configuration. The whole thing has been released before, though.


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Snakecharmer - Snakecharmer
Review by Larry Toering

Snakecharmer consists of former Whitesnake members Neil Murray and Micky Moody, along with others, namely Adam Wakeman on keyboards.


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The Prog Collective - Songs We Were Taught
Review by Gary Hill
The Prog Collective releases compelling progressive rock album after album.

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Martin Turner - The Beauty of Chaos: Live At the Citadel
Review by Gary Hill

Martin Turner is perhaps best known as having been part of Wishbone Ash. In fact, if you'll notice the cover of this actually says "Martin Turner ex Wishbone Ash."


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Martin Turner - Written in the Stars
Review by G. W. Hill

Martin Turner is best known for his work with Wishbone Ash.


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