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The Flower Kings
Desolation Rose is the twelfth studio album by the progressive rock band The Flower Kings, released on 28 October 2013. The album peaked at #35 in the 2013 Top Heatseekers chart.
The Road Of Bones
The Road of Bones is a studio album by the British neo-progressive band IQ, released in 2014. It peaked at number 36 in Germany. It's the first album to feature Neil Durant on keyboards and it marks the return of original members Paul Cook on drums and Tim Esau on bass, the latter appearing on an IQ album for the first time since 1989.
The Flower King
The Flower King is the third solo album by Roine Stolt. The original line-up for the album consisted of Stolt, Jaime Salazar, and Hasse Fröberg. They later formed the band The Flower Kings and released their debut album Back in the World of Adventures the following year.
In a Perfect World
To say that Flower Kings bassist Jonas Reingold's side project Karmakanic, heard here on its fourth album, is decisively influenced by British progressive rock of the late '60s and early ‘70s is only to say that the style simply constitutes Reingold's musical vocabulary. He cannot restrain himself from writing arrangements in which tempos change suddenly, dynamics shift, new melodies are introduced well into a given song, and solos are constructed around rapidly played arpeggios. Even when he begins "When the World Is Caving In" with an introspective a cappella vocal, he has to then repeat the verse set against a complicated musical track played in a different time signature. The only real exception on In a Perfect World comes toward the end with "When Fear Came to Town," in which the slow tempo does hold throughout the track, even though halfway through what had been a simple arrangement takes on a long, involved instrumental coda. Elsewhere, complexity rules, but complexity of a familiar sort. A song like the 14-minute opener, "1969," is typical. Lyrically, Reingold may be referring to the end of the glorious ‘60s, but he's also referring to the birth of the musical style he loves. And lyrically, the song sounds like a battle of the bands between a Yes tribute group and a Peter Gabriel era Genesis tribute group, both on-stage at the same time. That isn't a bad thing, necessarily, and it certainly takes a technical proficiency. But some of the best moments on the album come when Reingold varies things somewhat, such as the Latin rhythm he introduces into "Can't Take It with You" and, every now and then, his fretless bass, popping up unexpectedly, as if the ghost of Jaco Pastorius were haunting the sessions.
Beyond Man and Time
The Darkened Room
A Spark in the Aether
In the Wake of Evolution
Culture of Ascent
Culture of Ascent is the ninth studio album by American progressive rock band Glass Hammer, released on October 23, 2007. It is a concept album based on Jon Krakauer's novel Into Thin Air.
It was the last album with singer Carl Groves before his departure from the band; he later returned for 2014's Ode to Echo. The album also features Jon Anderson of Yes as a guest vocalist.
Octane (Special Edition)
Motions of Desire
To Shatter All Accord
Fanfare & Fantasy
Comedy of Errors
King of Number 33
The Big Red Spark
Songs from the Lighthouse
New World (Live)
New World is the debut solo album by American musician, songwriter, producer and sound designer Dave Kerzner. This is Kerzner's first album since his departure from the band Sound of Contact, and was developed in 2014. The album features numerous collaborations with established artists such as Fernando Perdomo, Steve Hackett, Nick D'Virgilio, Durga McBroom and Keith Emerson. Two versions of the album were developed: a standard edition and a two-disc double album deluxe edition. The former was released in December 2014, and the latter was released in January 2015.
The album was produced and mixed by Kerzner. Most of the album was recorded remotely with reference tracks developed by Kerzner using music software technology from his sound production company Sonic Reality. The tracks were then re-recorded by other artists at remote locations and sent back to Kerzner's studio in Miami for mixing. Veteran mixing engineer Tom Lord-Alge mixed the album's first single release, "Stranded."
Days Between Stations
In Extremis is the second full-length album by the Los Angeles, California based progressive rock band Days Between Stations. In Extremis is a concept album about a man at the point of death. The title "In Extremis" refers to the Latin term "In extremity" – A term used in reference to the last illness prior to death.
The album contains one of the last studio performances by former Yes guitarist Peter Banks.
The album was listed in SomethingElseReviews.com's list of "top 10" Progressive Rock albums of 2013.
In early 2014, the band released "In Extremis" in the vinyl format as a 2LP gatefold with 2 versions: a limited edition colored vinyl and a larger edition in black vinyl.
In June 2014, the band released their first music video for the track "The Man Who Died Two Times" from the album, featuring Colin Moulding of XTC on lead vocals.
Beneath the Waves
Man Made Machine
The Water Road
Ones & Zeros, Vol. 1
Emotional Creatures Part One
The Final Breath Before November
Blomljud is the second album release from the Swedish progressive rock band Moon Safari. It is the band's first double album, containing 11 songs of various lengths. It was released in 2008, three years after their debut album, A Doorway to Summer. It was released on the independent label Blomljud Records.
Blomljud is Swedish and means "flowersound", although the lyrics on the album are all in English. The flowers are a recurring theme throughout the whole album.
In Sudden Walks
In Sudden Walks is the second studio album from Chilean progressive-rock band Aisles. It was released independently in June 2009 and later reissued through Presagio Records.
A Dying Man's Hymn
A Dying Man's Hymn is the second studio album by Dutch progressive rock band Sky Architect released on 6 June 2011 on Galileo Records.The album art was drawn by Mark Wilkinson.
Karmakanic & Agents of Mercy - Live USA
The Power Of Two
Rites at Dawn (Remixed and Remastered)
Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me (Bonus Track Version)
The Mute Gods
Do Nothing till You Hear from Me is the first studio album by The Mute Gods, the band formed by Nick Beggs, Roger King and Marco Minnemann. The album was released on 22 January 2016 through InsideOut.
On its sixth album, the Swedish band Beardfish continues to purvey its own version of '70s-style progressive rock and heavy metal. The closest antecedent may be Peter Gabriel-era Genesis, but the musicians (who also sing in nearly unaccented English) also display a familiarity with a wide range of ‘70s performers. It's really a game of Spot the Influence, as, for example, the 15-minute "And the Stone Said: If I Could Speak" recalls Deep Purple early on with its organ sound, then suggests Pink Floyd as a saxophone comes in. "Green Waves" brings to mind the traditional heavy metal of Black Sabbath, while the instrumental "Akakabotu" has some of the feel of Frank Zappa's jazz-rock excursions. And so it goes, with here a passage that sounds like Procol Harum, there a riff echoing Emerson, Lake & Palmer. The pianist reveals his classical influences with the short interlude "Outside/Inside." The lyrics can be romantically inclined, but also appropriately bombastic, as when the stone, speaking in "And the Stone Said: If I Could Speak," declares, "I was here before you, and I'll still be here when you're gone." Beardfish might be saying the same thing to music fans on behalf of prog rock, and their adherence to the style has the same validity as that of, say, a Dixieland band still playing the music of the '20s in 2011.
Think Like a Mountain
Le Ver Dans Le Fruit
A Word In Your Eye
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