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Cannibal Tango
Review by Gary Hill
This French outfit is a trio and there sound is sometimes described as “Pantera meets the Beatles.”

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Interviews
Gnô
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Christophe Godin of Gnô from 2011


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Morglbl
Review by Gary Hill
Interview with Christopher Godin of Morgbl  - January 2008
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Morglbl
Review by Gary Hill
Interview with Christophe Godin of Morglbl from 2009
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Morglbl - Grötesk
Review by Gary Hill
These guys have been around for ten years and this is the first I’ve heard them. That’s a shame because Morglbl (I wouldn’t try to pronounce it as I believe it could cause tongue injury) is one of the better fusion meets prog outfits there is.


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Morglbl - Jazz for the Deaf
Review by Bill Knispel
Morglbl has been building quite a name for themselves in the United States, one which may someday match their reputation in Europe. 
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Morglbl - Toons Tunes From The Past
Review by Gary Hill
This set is made up of two older (long out of print) albums from this French outfit.
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