Category Archives: progressive rock

Between the Buried and Me – “Automata”

I wrote a review for “Automata I” when it was released so I won’t go into any of the details of the songs from that review. With the release of “Automata II,” we now have the full album as it … Continue reading

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Southern Empire – Civilisation

Well… here we are. The band whose debut album was my top release of 2016 has returned! Southern Empire introduce their sophomore effort and they definitely ramped up the epicness this go around. It clocks in at 4 tracks and … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: Spock’s Beard studio albums

I was asked by a good friend if I would do a “Rank ‘Em” column on Spock’s Beard. And they have had many amazing albums over the years, so they make a great choice. But what makes it more interesting … Continue reading

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The Night Flight Orchestra – “Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough”

“Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough” could almost be the title of an old James Bond movie. In this case, it’s the latest album by The Night Flight Orchestra who know how to make authentic classic rock. Now when I say … Continue reading

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Interview with Robert Berry about 3, 3.2 and his dear friend Keith Emerson

Robert, I am a huge fan of 3 and bought “To The Power of Three” right when it came out in 1988. If I remember right, it started out with you being produced by Carl Palmer. After that, Keith Emerson … Continue reading

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Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy – “Live”

Carl Palmer is the final living member of the legendary prog group Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Prior to the untimely passing of both Keith Emerson and Greg Lake, Palmer formed a power trio called Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy. Not only … Continue reading

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