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ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Levin Minnemann Rudess: From the Law Offices of Levin Minnemann Rudess

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It may look good on paper, but you can never really know how “super group" collaborations are going to work out until they actually get together and do something. In the case of the power trio named after its members--bassist/stick player Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, King Crimson, Stick Men), drummer/guitarist Marco Minnemann (Steven Wilson, The Aristocrats, ...

Adam Holzman: The Deform Variations

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He's been Steven Wilson's keyboardist of choice (and rightfully so) since the British progressive rocker first hit the road in 2011, after years fronting Porcupine Tree, in support of the Kscope artist's first two albums as a solo artist--2009's Insurgentes and 2011's Grace for Drowning. But while Adam Holzman continues to work with Wilson to this ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Jordan Rudess Releases "All That Is Now"

JORDAN RUDESS DREAM THEATER KEYBOARDIST AND AWARD-WINNING APP BUILDER RELEASES SOLO PIANO ALBUM “ALL THAT IS NOW” “JORDAN RUDESS EXPLORES” THE INTERACTIVE AURAL AND VISUAL IOS APP RELEASED IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALBUM Jordan Rudess, best known as the keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire for platinum-selling Grammy-nominated prog rock band, DREAM THEATER, has released his latest solo piano recording, ALL THAT IS NOW. The album contains ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Levin Minnemann Rudess: Levin Minnemann Rudess

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For a first crack at a fresh idea for Lazy Bones Records--three well-known musicians brought together to create improv-based music with a minimum of planning--Levin Torn White (2011) was a set that, beyond finding common ground amongst bassist/stick master Tony Levin, guitar sound sculptor David Torn and drummer Alan White, also proved, unequivocally, that White is ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Steven Wilson: Luck's What You Make It

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There was a time when progressive rock really meant what its name suggested: progressive music, music that pushed the boundaries of what rock music was, often by integrating elements of classical music and jazz into the mix. Milestone groups ranging from better-knowns like Yes, Genesis, King Crimson, Jethro Tull, Gentle Giant and Van der Graaf Generator ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Steven Wilson: Grace for Drowning

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Not that he wasn't already busy when, amidst being a driving force behind No-Man, Incredible Expanding Mindfuck and Porcupine Tree, singer/multi-instrumentalist Steven Wilson released his first proper solo recording, Insurgentes (Kscope, 2009), but the past two years have been even more hectic. His outstanding work bringing the King Crimson catalogue into the 21st century with revealing ...

Take Five With The Brett Sandler Trio

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Meet The Brett Sandler Trio:
Brett Sandler: I'm a classically trained pianist who began studying Jazz in college. I started composing my own jazz tunes after listening to Wayne Shorter for the first time. I love music, movies, and videogames and enjoy spending my time on those three pursuits. I grew up in Rocky ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Dream Theater Keyboardist, Jordan Rudess, Releases New Solo CD, Notes on a Dream

Dream Theater Keyboardist, Jordan Rudess, Releases New Solo CD, Notes on a Dream

Dream Theater Keyboardist, Jordan Rudess, Releases New Solo CD, Notes On A Dream - Rudess Performs Solo Piano Versions of Some of Dream Theater's Favorite Ballads New York, New York: Critically acclaimed keyboard artist, and Dream Theater band member Jordan Rudess is proud to announce the release of his new solo CD, Notes on a Dream, featuring ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Jordan Rudess: The Road Home

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Genesis...Yes...Gentle Giant... King Crimson... Emerson, Lake & Palmer...all significant contributors to the stylistic groundswell of progressive rock nearly forty years ago. Morphing beyond recognition, ceasing to exist or resting on their laurels, each has seen a resurgence of interest in recent years, as the internet makes it possible for fans around the world to come together ...


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