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Quiver
Review by Gary Hill
KTU is Trey Gunn, Kimmo Pohjonen and Pat Mastelotto.
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Pat Mastelotto
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Trey Gunn
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Pat Mastelotto
Review by Gary Hill

Interview with Pat Mastelotto from 2017


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Leon Alvarado - 2014 Music from an Expanded Universe
Review by G. W. Hill

Leon Alvarado plays keyboards.


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The Mastelottos - A Romantic's Guide To King Crimson
Review by Gary Hill
The core of this group is Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson drummer) and his wife Deborah. They are joined by a whole host of musicians here.

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King Crimson - Audio Diary 2014-2018
Review by Gary Hill

This new five-CD collection is pretty amazing. I've said before, and will repeat it here, that this new version of King Crimson might well be the best lineup they've had, particularly in terms of live shows.


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Band of Brothers - Band of Brothers
Review by Gary Hill
Brian Tarquin is one of the three guys who are listed as making up Band of Brothers. The other two are Phil Naro and Reggie Pryor.

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Brian Tarquin - Brian Tarquin Project - Vegas Blue
Review by Gary Hill

You can always count on Brian Tarquin to put together some strong projects, This is no exception.


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Inna Zhelannaya - Cocoon
Review by Gary Hill

Inna Zhelannaya is a Russian pop-star. The music on this album combines world sounds with atmospheric prog.


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The Security Project - Contact
Review by Gary Hill

This new set from The Security Project continues their cycle of re-envisioning Peter Gabriel songs, but brings new flavors and concepts to that idea, while also stretching it out a bit.


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Sylvian/Fripp - Damage
Review by Jason Hillenburg

Robert Fripp's collaborations in the late 1980s and early 1990s with David Sylvian, in retrospect, clearly laid the groundwork for King Crimson's album Thrak.


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Specimen13 - Echosystem EP
Review by G. W. Hill

This is an EP that’s tied to a graphic novel.


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Specimen13 - Echosystem EP
Review by G. W. Hill

This is an EP that’s tied to a graphic novel.


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Trey Gunn - I’ll Tell What I Saw (1993 – 2010)
Review by Gary Hill

This compilation disc shows a lot of versatility. It features recordings released by various projects that featured Trey Gunn. Most of it is instrumental, but there are some vocals.


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Unquiet Music Ltd - In The Name Of... (A Prayer For Our Times)
Review by Gary Hill
It would be really hard to slap a label on this album, other than just lumping it in as progressive rock. Much of it is freeform, largely instrumental, weirdness.

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Morgan Ă…gren, Henry Kaiser & Trey Gunn - Invisible Rays
Review by G. W. Hill

Sort of an instrumental prog summit, this set showcases a form of freeform jamming.


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The Security Project - Live 1
Review by G. W. Hill

What a cool set this is, really. The music here is all Peter Gabriel music, but one song from his time in Genesis.


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TU - Live From Russia
Review by Grant Hill

Russia bears mystery and curious allure to many advanced musicians from the West.


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King Crimson - Live in Birmingham, England in September 2015
Review by John Pierpoint

I had never seen the mighty King Crimson play live before - not surprising, as I was only ten years old when the band last played my home town in 1974!


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King Crimson - Live in Chicago
Review by Gary Hill

King Crimson has one of the most interesting and complicated histories in all of progressive rock. The lineup is one of the most dynamic, too.


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King Crimson - Live in Vienna
Review by Gary Hill

It seems that there is quite a bit of live material being released from this version of King Crimson. That's a great thing because this line-up might be the best ever.


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Stick Men - Open
Review by G. W. Hill

Anyone who has heard anything from Stick men will know what to expect here.


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Marco Mattei - Out Of Control
Review by Gary Hill
This is an unusual release. Parts of it are full-on progressive rock.

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Deep Energy Orchestra - Playing with Fire
Review by Gary Hill

This is quite an intriguing set. It features a sound that seems to be a merging of world music of the Indian variety, fusion and progressive rock.


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Stick Men - Prog Noir
Review by G. W. Hill
This band is really coming into its own.

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O.R.k. - Ramagehead
Review by Gary Hill

This is a unique and quite intriguing album. It's likely to make my best of 2019 list.


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Pat Mastelotto - Recidivate
Review by Grant Hill

This double CD compilation is an interesting and unique collage of multiple percussive styles given to a wide palette of genres and colors therein.


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Adrian Benavides - Same Time Next Life
Review by G. W. Hill

There is definitely an industrial sort of vibe to this cut. In fact, a lot of it seems close to Tool or even Nine Inch Nails.


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Stick Men - Stick Men + - Midori
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a double disc set. I believe that it was also released at one point in time as two single disc sets.


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Trey Gunn - The Waters, They Are Rising
Review by G. W. Hill

This mostly instrumental set is not necessarily the kind of thing that’s well suited to a track by track review.


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King Crimson - Thrak
Review by G. W. Hill

When King Crimson reformed after the 80s period, there were definitely elements of that period still present in their sound. 


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Magma - To Life, Death and Beyond: The Music of Magma DVD
Review by Gary Hill

Given that the music of Magma is set in their own language, it seems appropriate that most people will need captions on for this film.


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Stick Men - With Gary Husband - Owari
Review by Gary Hill
Stick Men consistently put out quality material. So, the fact that this album is a strong as it is should be no surprise.

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