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    Posted: April 14 2012 at 15:55
I'm an occasional reviewer for the Gonzo music blog - formerly Voiceprint.

Most stuff I hear and comment on and then that's it... but for the past few days, I've been really enjoying a prog jam CD by Morgan Ågren, Henry Kaiser and Trey Gunn - the latter of King Crimson fame, and Morgan being the drummer from the Swedish proggers Kaipa.

I think I'd be guilty of serious misconduct if I failed to tell you guys about this album. If you like experimental prog that has no lyrics, then Invisible Rays is well worth checking out.  I think it's great... almost as good as some Hawkwind, hahaha. But be warned, it's pretty avant-garde.

(My review.)

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The samples I've heard were pretty great, so I bought it but haven't had a chance to listen to it yet. Embarrassed
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Originally posted by Man With Hat

The samples I've heard were pretty great, so I bought it but haven't had a chance to listen to it yet. Embarrassed

Before you check it out, I recommend you lay in a few cans, put the phone on answer-machine mode, and then spark up a big one.

And then play it  LOUD !
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It's a great album & yes it needs to be played loud.
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