Rock Album Review

Up, Stanley Clarke Stanley Clarke: Up
by randyband 2015-01-21T14:57:25+01:00
This album ("UP") is triumphant comeback album because every single one of the twelve tracks is outstanding in its musical ability and expert song writing. One of best bass guitar albums with likes of Stanley Clarke "Journey To love" (1975), Back door "Back Door" (1973), and Colin Hodgkinson "Bottom Line" (1989). Stanley Clarke was featured in Prog Magazine December, 2014 for "UP" album which is like Prog- Jazz Rock album with a bit of Funk.

The Endless River, Pink Floyd Pink Floyd: The Endless River
by Mackabiri 2015-01-09T07:35:09+01:00
The Endless River goes like a requiem through familiar echoes, catchy melodies for a trip of a bit more of 50 minutes.

I See You, Gong Gong: I See You
by zatho 2014-11-24T08:05:15+01:00
Beyond the music, beyond genres, Daevid Allen wonder with a timeless sound. Even this time there are great musicians playing with him, as ever, especially Kavus Torabi, really great.

Among Latest Rock Albums
I See You, Gong I See You
Gong (10 November 2014)
The Endless River, Pink Floyd The Endless River
Pink Floyd (7 November 2014, 10 November 2014 in the UK)
Graz 75, Deep Purple Graz 75
Deep Purple (Deep Purple Overseas Live Series, Sept. 12, 2014)
Up, Stanley Clarke Up
Stanley Clarke (September 2014)
Second Nature, Flying Colors Second Nature
Flying Colors (Sept. 29, 2014 in Europe, Sept. 30, 2014 in U.S.)
El Pintor, Interpol El Pintor
Interpol (September 8, 2014)
Pale Communion, Opeth Pale Communion
Opeth (New Opeth studio album, August 25, 2014)
Thick As A Brick, Live In Iceland, Ian Anderson Thick As A Brick, Live In Iceland
Ian Anderson (August 25, 2014)
Zühn Ẁöhl Ünsaï, Live 1974, Magma Zühn Ẁöhl Ünsaï, Live 1974
Magma (A new Magma live document, July 08, 2014)
Heaven And Earth, Yes Heaven And Earth
Yes (Yes new Album, July 18, 2014)

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Pink Floyd
A Collection Of Great Dance Songs
Compilation (1981)
Progressive Rock

Compilation album containing songs from 'Meddle', 'The Dark Side Of The Moon', 'Animals', 'Wish You Were' and 'The Wall'.
Pink Floyd
The Other Side Of The Wall
Compilation (1980)
Progressive Rock

Double album compilation containing 'Wish you were here' and 'Animals', released for the South African market.
Popol Vuh
Einsjäger & Siebenjäger
Studio Album (1974)
Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock

It is the fifth album by Popol Vuh,recorded at Bavaria Tonstudio, in Munich, on May 1974. All lyrics by Salomo, revised by Florian Fricke.
I See You
Studio Album (2014)
Jazz Rock, Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock

Recorded at Mosh Studios, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and at Moat Studios, in London.
Pink Floyd
The Endless River
Studio Album (2014)
Progressive Rock, Rock

The Endless River is based on unreleased material the band recorded with Richard Wright during sessions for The Division Bell (1994). The Endless River was finished in 2013 and 2014, in Gilmour's studios, the Astoria and Medina Studios in Hove, England. The quartet 'Escala' features on 'Louder than Words'. Voice samples are by English theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking.

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