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Article: Album Review

No-Man: Love You to Bits

Read "Love You to Bits" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Sometimes a new album is what happens when you're busy making other plans. Fittingly enough, plans for this duo have always been something of a joke anyway; No-Man's career has criss-crossed the whole spectrum of styles precisely because they've always been willing to follow unexpected ideas as the mood hits. It's also the reason the band ...

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Love You to Bits

Label: Caroline International
Released: 2019
Track listing: Love You to Bits; Love You to Pieces.

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Article: Year in Review

John Kelman's Best Releases of 2019

Read "John Kelman's Best Releases of 2019" reviewed by John Kelman


Well, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome continues to be a challenge, as it has been since mid-2014. 2019 represents, in fact, the worst year when it comes to the actual number of articles written. Still, I've been finding an increasingly satisfying niche in the arena of in-depth, detailed and extensive/exhaustive (exhausting, for you as much as I!!) articles. ...

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To the Bone

Label: Caroline International
Released: 2017
Track listing: To the Bone; Nowhere Now; Pariah; The Same Asylum As Before; Refuge; Permanating; Blank Tapes; People Who Eat Darkness; Song of I; Detonation; Song of Unborn.

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Article: Year in Review

John Kelman's Best Releases of 2017

Read "John Kelman's Best Releases of 2017" reviewed by John Kelman


For those who may have noticed, there have been no best of lists coming from yours truly since 2014; sadly, the chronic health problem that has reduced my previous writing pace to a crawl continues without much respite. My best of the year lists have always been predicated upon having reviewed the releases chosen, and with ...

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Steven Wilson: To the Bone

Read "To the Bone" reviewed by John Kelman


From the moment that he decided to “go solo"--despite his previous flagship group, Porcupine Tree, beginning in the late '80s as a solo project that only evolved into a group when it became popular enough to necessitate putting together a band in order to perform live--Steven Wilson has, in many ways, defied categorization and expectation, while ...

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Steven Wilson: To the Bone

Read "To the Bone" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Wait long enough and everything old becomes new again. Steven Wilson's career has often seemed like one long exercise in putting that idea into practice. Through at least half a dozen different musical outfits, he's continually borrowed from and paid homage to the vast genre stew of music that's shaped his life, from progressive rock to ...

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Keep Me Singing

Label: Caroline International
Released: 2016
Track listing: Let It Rhyme; Every Time I See a River; Keep Me Singing; Out in the Cold Again; Memory Lane; The Pen is Mightier than the Sword; Holy Guardian Angel; Share Your Love with Me; In Tiburon; Look Behind the Hill; Going Down to Bangor; Too Late; Caledonia Swing.

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Article: Album Review

Van Morrison: Keep Me Singing

Read "Keep Me Singing" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Van Morrison remains a beautifully mercurial creative force. Thirty-six discreet recordings into a 52-year career, Morrison has only Ray Charles and Willie Nelson, as poly-genre conquering peers, each of whose reach has proven to be expansive and penetrating. This is a rarified trio, to be sure, a very selective club that needs be no larger. Morrison's ...


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