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INTO THE DREAM ... DISCIPLINE LIVE

Discipline

 

Symphonic Prog

4.04 | 27 ratings

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kev rowland
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Crossover Team
4 stars There are some extremely exciting progressive rock bands coming out of the States at the moment, and Discipline are one of those which I am convinced are about to make it big. This live album shows them at their best, with Matthew Parmentier at his most threatening. Matthew is more Gabriel than Fish, and he somehow manages to provide all of the keyboards as well as being the focal point. The line-up is completed by Joe Preston Boulds (guitar), Matthew Kennedy (bass) and Paul Dzendzel (drums). While they sound nothing like the classic Genesis line-up, it is with them that they musically appear to have the most in common.

So instead of going to see ReGenesis, or buy albums by bands that are either shadows of their former selves or by bands who wish that they had been around twenty years before, get this album which is by one of the exciting talents that are around making music for today. While I am a hardened fan of Spock's Beard as you all know by now, Discipline are a different facet of the same musical area, much more 'progressive' and full of passion and depth.

Feedback #57, March 2000

kev rowland | 4/5 |

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