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The day I see you again  performed by Dubstar  1995
Recommended by Mike [profile]

Masterful. Musically beautiful and inventive from start to finish. Lyrically very clever.

from Disgraceful, available on CD



  28 Sep 18 ·delicado: It has been a long time since I heard a track that was more \'Mike\'!
  28 Sep 18 ·Mike: Yes. Dubstar had a few Miketastic peaks, particularly during the glory days of their career. This is one of the best examples. There are some gems on their B sides, too.
Bleak House  performed by Anthony Phillips  1978
Recommended by Mike [profile]

Subtle harmonic and textural touches lift this well above the ordinarily beautiful. It's varied and lasts nearly 6 minutes, building gradually, and keeps getting better until just before the end. You can tell at times that he's listened to "Ripples" and some of the good bits on "Wind and Wuthering", but this has its own space. The vocal is by a former Genesis roadie.

from Sides, available on CD


Sisters of Remindum  performed by Anthony Phillips  1978
Recommended by Mike [profile]

Too good prog rock instrumental. Banksian keyboards.

from Sides, available on CD


Et si en plus y’a personne  performed by Alain Souchon  2005
Recommended by Mike [profile]

Corny, repetitive (as Souchon/Voulzy music always is), yet very good.

Atmospheric, thoughtful, catchy.




This World  performed by Steve Hackett  2003
Recommended by Mike [profile]

Guilty proggy hyper-indulgent pleasure from a very consistent album release. Beautiful production.

from To Watch the Storms


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