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Echolyn
www.echolyn2000.com
CD Reviews
Cowboy Poems Free
Review by Gary Hill
With this album Echolyn have truly created a unique work that should stand the test of time. The true strength of this band is not in musical virtuosity, although there is plenty of that on display.
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I Heard You Listening
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve always liked Echolyn.

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Mei
Review by Gary Hill
To this writer, Echolyn's greatest strength has always been their uncanny ability to craft music that, although quite progressive in nature, still manages to maintain a mainstream, almost pop sensibility.
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The End is Beautiful
Review by Josh Turner
After Echolyn steamrolled fans with a shockingly long and surprisingly well-written song, they are back at it again. This time, however, they opt for a more song-oriented approach.
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DVD Reviews
Echolyn - Stars and Gardens Volume 4 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I have an enormous amount of respect for this band. They are a dedicated and creative group with a devotion to their art.
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Concert Reviews
Echolyn - Live at NEARfest, 2002
Review by Stephen Ellis
I've tried very hard to like this band. And to their credit they put on a very good show at NEARFest 2K2. They played the songs I had anticipated they would play -pretty much the best selections from Suffocating the Bloom, As the World, and Cowboy Poems Free.


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Interviews
Echolyn
Interview by Josh Turner
Interview with Brett Kull of Echolyn from 2005


 
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Echolyn
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Brett Kull of Echolyn from 2004
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Echolyn
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Brett Kull and Ray Weston of Echolyn from 2002
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Echolyn
Interview by Julie Knispel
Interview with Brett Kull of Echolyn From 2008
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Sampler compilations are always sketchy endeavors. I for one would not want to compile one myself. My tastes are far too wide and I would be thinking of what I like and not what I thought fits best.
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Review by Gary Hill
One of the first tribute albums ever done by Magna Carta, this one includes some intriguing arrangements of Jethro Tull songs. There are some definite winners here (witness Aqualung, To Cry You a Song, and Locomotive Breath) and no real losers.
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