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    Posted: May 04 2004 at 17:50
Why is this artist missing in the files of progarchives. His album "Just as I thought" is a must-have for every fusion afficionado, and it has moments reminiscent of UK (especially on the "Suite for the end of an age"). Moreover it features Jeff Berlin (Bruford) and TM Stevens (later with Steve Vai and Terry Bozzio on "Sex and religion"). David plays both keyboards and guitar. His music ranges from classical to fusion, via progressive rock. Max, where are you ?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 14 2004 at 19:06
Anybody familiar with this album ?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 10 2008 at 06:33
How about this one? Transformation (The Speed of Love)


Just as I thought sounds like it might be even better.  Of course it's out of print.  New ones are going for over $60, ordered a used one for $20.




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