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The Road Home

Label: Magna Carta Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Dance on a Volcano; Sound Chaser; Just the Same; JR Piano Medley: Soon, Supper's Ready, I Talk to the Wind, And You and I; Piece of the Pi; Tarkus: Eruption, Stones of Years, Iconoclast, Mass, Battlefield, Aquatarkus.

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Jordan Rudess: The Road Home

Read "The Road Home" reviewed by John Kelman


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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Organik

Label: Magna Carta Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Barbarian @ The Gate; Nemesis; Blisterine; King Kong; Super Grande; Magnetic Food; Hair of the Dog; 4'5 3; Stumble on the Truth; Club Soor; No Shame; Clean House; Footprints in the Sand (extra special bonus track).

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Prime Cuts: From Tony Levin's Magna Carta Sessions

Label: Magna Carta Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Kindred Spirits; T & T Vignette; Another Dimension; Dark Corners; Brother's Keeper; Endless

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Niacin: Organik

Read "Organik" reviewed by John Kelman


With a collective resume that ranges from the ostentatious stadium rock of David Lee Roth and Mr. Big to the fusion of John Scofield and John McLaughlin, the members of Niacin--keyboardist John Novello, bassist Billy Sheehan, and drummer Dennis Chambers--clearly have chops to spare. What's remarkable about their sixth release, Organik, is the unbelievable high level ...

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Tony Levin: Prime Cuts: From Tony Levin's Magna Carta Sessions

Read "Prime Cuts: From Tony Levin's Magna Carta Sessions" reviewed by John Kelman


A pre-eminent bassist and proponent of that oddly-tapped guitar/bass hybrid called the Stick, Tony Levin began his musical life in the late '60s as an in-the-pocket jazzer, playing with artists including vibraphonist Gary Burton and early incarnations of the groove-centric band Stuff. But he's since moved on to become one of the most in-demand session players ...

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Modern Drummer Presents Drum Nation Volume One

Label: Magna Carta Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: A Glimpse into a Deeply Disturbed Mind; Beelzebub; Mad Tea Time Part 1; Mad Tea Time Part 2; The Spell; Sprung Monkey; Manganese; Lagerborg; Faceless Pastiche; Shut Up and Play Yer Drums; Wandering Portland Maine; Pull Up My Sleeve

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Various Artists: Modern Drummer Presents Drum Nation Volume One

Read "Modern Drummer Presents Drum Nation Volume One" reviewed by John Kelman


When the people at Modern Drummer magazine conceived the idea of an album highlighting some of the most innovative drummers on the scene today, they probably didn't realize they would also be making a statement applicable to all instruments: that there are some people who are players of their instruments, and then there are musicians --artists ...

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Rama 1

Label: Magna Carta Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1.Mad March 2.Meetings 3.Herd Instinct 4.Bloomsday 5.Old Meat Frame 6.Memento Mori 7.Qubit 8.Government 9.Resonate

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Andy West with RAMA: Rama 1

Read "Rama 1" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Known for his longtime affiliation with the Dixie Dregs, bassist Andy West assembles an all-star prog-rock/jazz-fusion based band here. Supported by high-octane guitarist Mike Kenneally, Dregs drummer extraordinaire Rod Morgenstein and other notables, West lays down the booming bass patterns for this rather boisterous affair. Notions such as Intelli-Metal come to mind, as ...


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