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CD Reviews
Subterranean - New Designs on Bowie's Berlin
Review by Gary Hill
First off, this is arguably a jazz rather than progressive rock release

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Interviews
Dylan Howe
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Dylan Howe from 2015

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Related Articles
Steve Howe's Remedy - Elements
Review by Steve Alspach
After all these years Steve Howe is still exploring new territories or, at least, foraging in styles that interest him. Needless to say, this covers a lot of ground, but Steve, along with sons Virgil on keyboards and Dylan on drums, and with Gilad Atzmon on woodwinds and Derrick Taylor on bass, have joined together for a formidable ensemble that are willing to tackle any style that comes their way.
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Steve Howe - Quantum Guitar
Review by Gary Hill
Steve Howe`s solo albums seem to hold a wide variety of music within. Generally, one can find acoustic guitar solos, progressive rock compositions, country tinged songs and more.
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Steve Howe - Spectrum
Review by Gary Hill
Steve Howe never seems to be content to stay with one style or another for his solo albums. That means that every disc he does represents a bit of a surprise.
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Steve Howe - The Grand Scheme of Things
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a pretty intriguing set.


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