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ALBUM REVIEW: Ray Wilson’s “Chasing Rainbows” (2013)

By now it’s no secret that Genesis is pretty much my favourite band of all time, and even though the band has called it quits, it is a distinct joy for me every time one of its former members puts out a record of their own. Ray Wilson is no exception. For those of you just catching… Read More ›

ALBUM REVIEW: Sound of Contact – Dimensionaut (2013)

Please indulge this astral traveller as he attempts to make it through this review without touching on a certain something that seems to be getting some of the band’s fans all riled up. Normally I don’t like to pander to anyone, but what the hell, it might be kind of neat to review a record while totally… Read More ›

Review: Steve Hackett – Genesis Revisited II (2012)

Genesis, 1971: enter the spartan, black-clad, brooding figure known as Steve Hackett. As stated in previous articles, Genesis is one of the few bands out there about which I can honestly say I love the contributions of every single member who’s ever graced their line-up. Their 1970 sophomore album Trespass is unabashedly my favourite album of theirs and… Read More ›

Review: Ray Wilson & the Berlin Symphony Ensemble – Genesis Classic, Live In Poznań (2011)

To quote a classic Genesis tune, “they say that time is a healer.” This has been proven to be especially true in progressive music. Now, I’m a huge Genesis fan, and I love every single incarnation of said band, so maybe it won’t come as such a surprise that I am a Ray Wilson supporter. Ray Wilson’s… Read More ›

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