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CD Reviews
3rd Ear Experience with Dr Space - Ear to Space
Review by Gary Hill
This was a disc I was pre-determined to enjoy. I like space music, a lot.

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Boi
Review by Gary Hill
This is quite a cool set. It’s definitely heavy.

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Incredible Good Fortune
Review by Gary Hill
The newest disc from Third Ear Experience, if anything, this is stronger than their previous one. 

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Peacock Black
Review by Gary Hill
What a cool piece of space rock this album is.

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Peacock Black (Vinyl Edition)
Review by Gary Hill
To some degree I really think vinyl is the proper way to hear music like this. Despite what a lot of people will tell you, vinyl has a more open and real sound to it than CD (and certainly digital files or streaming) have.

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Stoned Gold
Review by Gary Hill
One thing you can almost always say about space rock is that generally changes aren't quick within the music. That's true of this album for the most part.

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Stones Of A Feather
Review by Gary Hill
With this act you can always be sure that you'll get a lot of exceptional space rock. This disc is no exception.

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Stones Of A Feather (Vinyl Edition)
Review by Gary Hill
While there are many who will argue with this assessment, vinyl and digital media do not sound the same. There is a vitality and resonance with vinyl that you just don't get with digital.

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Interviews
3rd Ear Experience
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with 3rd Ear Experience from 2013

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3rd Ear Experience
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Robbi Robb of 3rd Ear Experience from 2017


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Tribe After Tribe - M.O.A.B. - Stories from Deuteronomy
Review by Gary Hill

I’ve got this one listed in progressive rock because a lot of it reminds me of the space rock of Hawkwind.


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Dug Pinnick - Naked
Review by Scott Prinzing

I was so anxious for this album's release that I actually downloaded a copy (legally, of course!) before waiting for it to appear in my local record store. 


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King's X - Ogre Tones
Review by Josh Turner
This has the angst-ridden riffs they're famous for as well as majestic melodies in the vein of The Beatles. There's no doubt as to where they're from or whose been influencing them lately.
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Robb & Pott - Once Upon the Wings
Review by G. W. Hill
Here is a band that's sort of a spin off on the band Space Invaders and also Third Ear Experience.


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Various Artists - Poetry of the Air: A Collection of Love Letters to Music from Musicians written by Gary Hill
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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King's X - XV
Review by G. W. Hill
The latest disc from King’s X, this is no real shocker, but quality material. It’s focused on their usual blend of catchy, yet unusual arrangements of hard rocking music.
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