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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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Devin Townsend Project – “Ocean Machine: Live at the Ancient Roman Theatre Plovdiv”

“Ocean Machine: Live at the Ancient Roman Theatre Plovdiv” is the latest live album from Devin Townsend and his last under the moniker the Devin Townsend Project. He disbanded the group last year so this live set, recorded with an … Continue reading

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Fates Warning – “Live Over Europe”

Live albums are always hard for me to review. It’s one thing to be at the show and another to listen to one on an album. It’s all about the energy. Plus I rarely find live versions of songs to … Continue reading

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Haken – “L-1VE”

Well… Here we are. Haken’s first ever live album. And it’s got so much material, it is spread across two discs… well… four. I like being given bang for my buck. The physical copy comes with the Amsterdam concert on … Continue reading

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Steve Hackett – “Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham”

Another year, another Steve Hackett live album? It does seem like Steve releases one for every tour he does but I do think the fan base that he has developed over the years warrants it. He can really do as … Continue reading

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Dream Theater at the Palace Theatre, Albany NY on November 14, 2017

I saw Dream Theater for the first time back in 1993 on the Images and Words Tour at the Palace Theatre in Albany, NY. So it was very cool to see them yet again, but this time 25 years after … Continue reading

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Spock’s Beard – “Snow Live”

The one album that Spock’s Beard never toured to support was their double concept album “Snow.” Neal Morse left the band immediately following the release of the album (his conversion to Christianity being the reason). So “Snow” was basically left … Continue reading

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