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4.10 | 11 ratings | 1 reviews | 45% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Skating on Europa 9:35
2. Know Again 6:26
3. A Poet's Talespin Part i: Half-Slept Moments 1:56
4. A Poet's Talespin Part ii: Soft Collisions 8:28
5. A Poet's Talespin Part iii: The Bridge 7:55
6. A Poet's Talespin Part iv: I Write 5:01
7. A Poet's Talespin Part v: In the Shadows 6:17
8. Get the Hell off my Lawn 4:20
9. Counted the Stars 1:18

Line-up / Musicians

Dave Kulju - Guitars & Keyboards

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CD release 2010

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DAVE KULJU Notes In The Margin ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(45%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars US composer and multi-instrumentalist Dave KULJU started his solo career back in 2007 when he released "Abstract Expression". Since then he's been crafting more music whenever time allows him to, and in the summer of 2010 he had an album's worth of finished material which became his second solo production, issued as "Notes in the Margin".

"Notes in the Margin" is a partially instrumental album that explores a sound that ranges from hard prog akin to Rush on the one hand to space and symphonic-tinged themes that share some characteristics with late 70's Pink Floyd. Those who enjoy both these acts might well find Dave Kulju to be an artist worthwhile exploring, and I suspect that this album might also appeal to some of the people who tend to like neo-progressive rock. Overall, this is a good-quality production from start to finish, and one that should have a much broader appeal than most solo efforts crafted by a guitarist going solo.

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