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The Complete Diary of a Plastic Box

Label: Angel Air
Released: 2008
Track listing: CD1: Invocvation; England Green; The Signpost Maker; View Through the Scaffold/Dream of Love; 2 Mins 16 Seconds for Miles Dewey; Talking Traffic Light/Something She Said; The Stranger; Alan Murphy/White and Dark Ribbon; Young Mice/Moviehouse; Flashback; Le Petit Chemin de Fer; Blue Dreams; Savoy; The Photograph; Eyes of a Clown; Promises Promises; Little Harbour/Night Star; Some Splintered Road Jazz Pt 1 & 2; Shapes in the Snow/Quiet Street; D?j? Vu Express. CD2: Dreamtown; Dome Splintered Road Jazz Pt 3; Two Butterflies; Lonely Room; Neon; Christmas Mall; Give Us This Day; Jolt/Peaceland; Spielzeug Soldat/Magazine; Displacement; Nightclub 1989; Glaciers/Rooftops of Innsbruck; Some Splintered Road Jazz Pt 4 & 5; Showdown; Deco/Yesterday Story; Water Boatmen/Savoy-Alternate Take; There/Not There; The Complaint; Something She Said-Alternate Take; With Just Heart & Soul (bonus track).

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Gary Husband: The Complete Diary of a Plastic Box

Read "The Complete Diary of a Plastic Box" reviewed by John Kelman


One of the biggest surprises for those who thought of Gary Husband as a drummer was his keyboard work on guitarist John McLaughlin's recent 4th Dimension tours (Fall, 2007/Spring, 2008) Still, those in the know are familiar with Husband's double life on albums including The Things I See (Angel Air, 2004), Aspire (Jazzizit, 2004) and A ...

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Ray Russell: Why Not Now

Read "Why Not Now" reviewed by John Kelman


Avoiding the worst trappings of New Age music yet leaning to its atmospheric ambience, guitarist Ray Russell's 1987 album Childscape , now released in remastered and expanded form as Why Not Now , is as interesting for what it's not as for what it is. It's too intrusive and insistent to be ambient; too ethereal to ...

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The Things I See: Interpretations of the Music of Allan Holdsworth

Label: Angel Air
Released: 2004
Track listing: The Sixteen Men of Tain; Shadows Of; Temporary Fault; Out from Under; Mr. Berwell; The Things You See; Wish; Devil Take the Hindmost; Kinder; Looking Glass

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Why Not Now

Label: Angel Air
Released: 2004
Track listing: Outland; Prelude 1; Pour Me a Fish; Blue Shoes - No Dance; Lunday Island; The Pan Piper; Childscape; Point Perfect; Prelude 2; If Only; Murmurs in Reverse; Sketches of Gil
Bonus Tracks: Avian; No Step; Snow (A Passing Phase); A Table Near the Band

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Gary Husband: The Things I See: Interpretations of the Music of Allan Holdsworth

Read "The Things I See: Interpretations of the Music of Allan Holdsworth" reviewed by John Kelman


Sometimes being a distinctive innovator on an instrument can have its disadvantages. Take guitarist Allan Holdsworth, who from the first notes he played on Ian Carr's '72 album, Belladonna , announced the arrival of a player with a completely distinctive vision, a guitar style that, with its rapid-fire legato runs, was more informed by saxophonists like ...


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