Posts Tagged ‘ Progressive Rock ’

Lou Reed and Metallica – ‘Lulu’: A Review

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November 3, 2011
Lou Reed and Metallica - Lulu

By Kenneth E. Oquist The new release from Lou Reed and Metallica ‘Lulu’ is one of the most intriguing collaborations of the year. I think this could be a possible Grammy Awards winner. Ten songs have to be put on two discs. ”Brandenberg Gate” is a song that starts out acoustic then kicks into high gear.”The View”...
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Song Ideas That Should Be Written

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September 2, 2011
Song Ideas

Here are some song ideas I feel should be written. “Wardrobe Failure”.  I  am very confident this is self explanatory. I mean let’s get real here. “Your Love Affair is a Train Wreck”. I don’t think this needs too much explaining. “You and Her Are Him and Hurricane”. No chaos or bad feelings are...
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Yes – ‘Fly From Here’: A Review

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July 15, 2011
Yes - Fly From Here

Starting out with “Fly From Here-Overture” it’s Yes alright. How often is this enough? Let’s find out. There is alot to this introduction song for the length. “Fly From Here Part I-We Can Fly” is a pretty marvelous and timeless song. Yes always has achieved that. “Fly From Here-Part II-Sad Day at The Airfield”...
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Pendragon: Progressive Rock Made in England

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June 27, 2011
Pendragon

Hailing from jolly old England, I only heard of Pengragon recently. Missing the chance to review them much sooner as the Internet is here and now, I thought an overview was necessary. The song “Your Black Heart” from the recent ‘Passion’ became my favorite from day one. Hearing is believing on this one. A Progressive...
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