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Houndog

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I gave it a listen , not my cup o tea .
Glad he’s still at it though ….

I saw that he and Geddy just played together at Red Rocks with Primus ..
They did Closer To The Heart ….
 

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I like it.

I listen to a lot of current Steve Hackett, Fish, Kate Bush, Jethro Tull. I enjoy seeing how the prog guys of the 70s have continued crafting their artrock within the technology and tastes of the 21st century. All of their work is more seasoned, artful and sophisticated than ever, if that were possible.

Alex's appears to be no exception. A lot of tasty, thoughtful, articulate choices here. Thanks, bigbonzo, for putting it out there.
 

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I rather like it. She has a nice voice. It's different enough I have to be in the mood though
 

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Cheesy? What do you mean?
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I FINALLY got a copy today and and listened to it.
I like it. The singer has a good voice. Very nice instrumentation.
It's very different from RUSH, and I expected it to be.
I hope they put out more CD's.
 


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