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Enchant
CD Reviews
A Blueprint of the World
Review by G. W. Hill
Although, perhaps more progressive than metal, this album still seems to fit fairly well into this category. The musicianship and song writing on this disc are quite accomplished.
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Blink of An Eye
Review by Gary Hill
Fans of modern neo prog will surely like this disc. There’s not a bad song on the set.
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Break
Review by Gary Hill
With Break Enchant have created a concept album that is both personal and universal. Such a dichotomy is appropriate for this band, as they seem to be experts at dual natured concepts.
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Juggling 9 or Dropping 10
Review by Steve Alspach
You know when you're in Europe when even the little record shop at the airport has a Prog section. Duly impressed, I took a chance on this band based on the interesting album title alone.
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Tug Of War
Review by Greg Olma
I just recently discovered Enchant. How they have been able to fly under my prog radar for so many years, I'll never know.
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DVD Reviews
Enchant - Live at Last DVD
Review by Greg Olma
Enchant have been around for 12 years now and for a band that receives extremely little media coverage, they do have a considerable fanbase. I read about them in Classic Rock Magazine and based on their description, I decided to pick up this DVD.
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Concert Reviews
Enchant - Live at NEARfest, 2002
Review by Stephen Ellis
When Enchant was first announced as part of the NEARfest list of bands I was very excited, as I have been following them by their CD's since they first came out on Magna Carta.


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Interviews
Enchant
Interview by Josh Turner
Interview with Doug Ott of Enchant from 2005
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Ted Leonard
Review by Sonya Kukcinovich Hill
Interview with Ted Leonard - December 2007
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Ted Leonard
Review by G. W. Hill

Interview with Ted Leonard from 2012


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Spock's Beard - Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep
Review by G. W. Hill

I hate to have to say it, but I was a little disappointed with this album.


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Circuline - Counter Point
Review by G. W. Hill

This is quite a cool album. It's very much a symphonic prog album in a lot of ways.


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Various Artists - CPR Volume 3
Review by Gary Hill
“CPR” stands for Christian Progressive Rock and that’s precisely what we get here (well, I’d argue that one of the tracks is actually metal, but that’s just me).
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Spock's Beard - Live at London’s High Voltage Festival, July, 2011
Review by Alison Henderson

It was quite a feat that the US prog legends were at the festival at all because of the notable absence of Nick D’Virgilio.


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Transatlantic - Live in St. Charles, Illinois, February 2014
Review by Josh Turner

Transatlantic covered all the albums and spread their material evenly throughout the night.


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Various Artists - Poetry of the Air: A Collection of Love Letters to Music from Musicians written by Gary Hill
Review by Greg Olma
I have known Gary Hill for a while now and the one thing that I can say with complete certainty about him is that he takes his music seriously. 


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Spock's Beard - Snow Live DVD/CD set
Review by Gary Hill

Who says progressive rock can't be serious and showcase a spirit of fun at the same time? Obviously anyone who says that has never seen Spock's Beard live.


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Various Artists - Supper`s Ready
Review by Gary Hill
A tribute album devoted to the music of Genesis, Supper`s Ready is a strong work. The renditions here stay more true to the original performances than on some similar albums, but this does not take away from the relevance of the CD.
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Various Artists - Tales From Yesterday
Review by Gary Hill
A tribute to the music of Yes, Tales From Yesterday, features some very fine renditions of Yessongs performed by a variety of artists (including several past and present members of Yes). This is a mixed bag. Some of the tracks are quite faithful to the original, while others represent major reworkings.
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Various Artists - The Moon Revisited
Review by Gary Hill
Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was more than likely not only the best selling prog album of all time, but definitely the album, of all albums (not just prog) to stay on the charts the longest. From that point of view this tribute disc makes sense.
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Ted Leonard - Way Home
Review by Sonya Kukcinovich Hill
I have been aware of the west coast prog band called Enchant, but in the myriad of things heard and unheard I have simply not been familiar with their personnel nor their material. I'm certain that will change now that I have become familiar with lead vocalist Ted Leonard and his recently released solo Christian project entitled "Way Home."


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