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and Friends - SantaMental
Review by Gary Hill
While this album technically is probably not progressive rock, it is (mostly) fusion. I’ve always felt the boundaries between those two styles were quite elusive, so I’m including the disc here.
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Steve Lukather
Interview by Greg Olma
Interview with Steve Lukather From 2006
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