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Originating from Owltown, Athens Georgia, Tony Arnold has released a multitude of albums under various ' noms de Plumes', one in particular Gray Mortuary recordings. The music can be best described as progressive and artistic with strong melodies. Often compared to the likes of Tangerine Dream and even Ultravox, this crossover artist does defy the odds however and appears to take great pleasure in having his music non compartmentalized. Best visit the artist's website to sample the soundscapes as there is such a wide variety to the sound.

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Complete Crumb Edition, Vol. 18Complete Crumb Edition, Vol. 18
Bridge Records, Inc. 2017
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Ophidian Lullabies
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Gray Mortuary One

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Selective Hearing

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 Selective Hearing by ARNOLD, TONY album cover Boxset/Compilation, 2010
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Selective Hearing
Tony Arnold Crossover Prog

Review by Windhawk
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2 stars US composer and multi-instrumentalist has been a busy man for the five or so past years, with a flurry of releases to his name using half a dozen different monikers in this time span. And "Selective Hearing" is sort of a Best Of collection of his material.

Personally I'm not highly tempted to check out the rest of his efforts based on this sampler though. I'll give him credit for being a talented composer, he's good at creating engaging themes and groovy melodies. Arnold has a pleasant voice too, which is always a good thing. The instrumental skills seems to be more of a so-so variety though, and the drums (or is it drum machine) is downright appalling. The main negative aspect on this disc is the mix and production though, which made me think of home made demo tapes by young bands in the 80's. Unbalanced, weird sounding instrumental timbres and many elements coming across as disharmonic as a direct result of the mix and production.

If you generally like the less complex side of symphonic progressive rock and are more concerned with the compositions themselves than the performance and production you might find yourself a goodie here. Anyone else should approach this disc with a fair bit of caution.

Thanks to chris s for the artist addition.

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