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Icehouse’s Great Southern Land

First, a bit of history is in order: I first ran across Icehouse in the early ‘90s. One of the bartenders at my then-favorite watering hole had added “Love in Motion (No Promises)” to his mix, and the song just … Continue reading

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Qntal’s Qntal III: Tristan und Isolde

I long ago gave up apologizing for being a sloppy romantic. At my age, I figure I’m entitled. I also have a tendency, when the lists of CDs available come out from GMR, to get a little crazy and go … Continue reading

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Jethro Tull’s Aqualung Live

This new recording of Jethro Tull’s classic rock album Aqualung was produced for XM Radio’s “Then Again Live” programme. This is a show that aims to “re-create the most important albums of all time . . . offering total creative … Continue reading

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Qntal’s Qntal III’s Tristan und Isolde

I long ago gave up apologizing for being a sloppy romantic. At my age, I figure I’m entitled. I also have a tendency, when the lists of CDs available come out from GMR, to get a little crazy and go … Continue reading

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Dead Can Dance’s Wake: The Best of Dead Can Dance

I was first introduced to the music of Dead Can Dance a number of years ago, when cassette tapes were state of the art. (Yes, that many years ago.) With my interest in offbeat popular music and music from other … Continue reading

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