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FLATTire: Music for A Non-Existent Movie
Review by Gary Hill
There is definitely a lot of fusion in this album.

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Hard Hat Area
Review by Gary Hill
Originally released in 1993, this is getting a reissue here.

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None Too Soon
Review by Gary Hill
Originally released in 1996, I’m putting this under progressive rock because Holdsworth has been in prog bands (most notably UK) and because we often land fusion under that heading.

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Sand
Review by Gary Hill
You know, I always tend to lump fusion into progressive rock. Why?

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Allan Holdsworth and Alan Pasqua - Featuring Chad Wackerman and Jimmy Haslip DVD
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This is the first official DVD by Allan Holdsworth. As someone who has had his whole world rearranged by seeing Holdsworth live, I can tell you that it’s an experience every one should have at some point in there life.
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Soft Machine - Floating World Live
Review by G. W. Hill

So you say you like fusion?


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Various Artists - Guitar Masters Collection
Review by Gary Hill

This various artists collection was assembled by Brian Tarquin. He's a guitar player who really seems to have a reverence for great guitar playing in all its various forms.


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UK - Live In Boston
Review by Bruce Stringer
As one of the hardest working live acts in its day, it comes as no surprise that there were a number of radio show broadcasts made during UK’s short-lived existence. Besides featuring a stellar line-up of some of the best progressive rock musicians of the day (including ex-King Crimson and Yes members), the dominance of multitasking musical prodigy Eddie Jobson advanced the group into creative areas that pushed the envelope years ahead of its late ‘70s contemporaries.

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Derek Sherinian - Mythology
Review by G. W. Hill

This Derek Sherinian disc is just getting the reissue treatment.


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UK - UK
Review by Scott Prinzing

Considered by many to be one of the greatest prog albums of all time, it is a shame that the line-up lasted only one album and tour.  


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