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    Posted: June 06 2005 at 20:57

Greetings.

I just bought Salem Hill's "Not Everybody's Gold" - great stuff! I would love to know in what order I should get their albums (i.e. best to worst). Thanks.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 06 2005 at 21:47
Be - their best, IMO
Robbery of Murder
Catotonia

the rest are slightly less great material (other than Puppet Show Live) and are OOP, although you can buy .FLAC files at Mindawn.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 06 2005 at 22:39

Originally posted by SheriffJB

Be - their best, IMO
Robbery of Murder
Catotonia

Agreed, although Catatonia is OOP (out of print). The others can be bought through Prog Rock Records.

http://www.progrockrecords.com/artists/view.php?id=27

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 21 2005 at 11:46
Actually everything is OOP other than BE now. All of the SH material, including Carls solo album are available at www.mindawn.com
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 21 2005 at 11:58

Yes SALEM HILL are a great prog outfit!!

And do try our Guitarist Karl Groves: " Branch upon the ground".

Its a a fine solo album!!!

But also try out:

"The robbery of murder"

"Not everybody´s gold"

"Catatonia"

"BE"

 

They´re everything that any progfreak could ask fore!!!

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 11 2006 at 14:45

Kirklott has excellent taste, my friends!

Their latest album Mimi's Magic Moment is an absolute stunner with contributions from  Kansas violinist  David Ragsdale & Glass Hammer keyboardist Fred Schendel . MMM imo is their best so far,  detailed lush production & far more melodic/symphonic  than  the raw, stripped-down, guitar-driven BE, which is of course a masterpiece but for different reasons.     

 I rate this band very highly along with a few other up-and-coming US bands who are worth keeping an eye on such as IZZ & Little  Atlas ... a mix of echolyn, beatles, spocks, yes .... but manage to transcend these. I guess they're a mix between *indie*  and prog but  not  especially lightweight.  And definitely NOT *neo*!

Salem Hill really is worth your while checking out ... see  the mindawn site for  whole album demos & downloads www.mindawn.com

also see Carl Groves' Solo album (listed under *Groves*). Its not especially proggy but really worth checking out if you love SH!



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