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Your Favorite Progressive CD of 2009

Discussion in 'Progressive Rock' started by Magic, Dec 29, 2009.

  1. Magic

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    A Portnoy and Morse supergroup project.

    Neal Morse — keyboards, acoustic guitars, percussion, and vocals
    Mike Portnoy — drums and vocals
    Roine Stolt — electric guitars, vocals, percussion, additional mellotron, minimoog & soundscapes
    Pete Trewavas — bass guitar, vocals, occasional VST Synth & orchestration

     
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    I have three of their albums, SMPTe, Bridge Across Forever and the newest one. I love to see some younger musicians carrying the Prog banner in the new millennium...:mn:
     
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    Court of the Crimson King by King Crimson
     
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    another 2009 release:

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    James LaBrie – vocals
    John Petrucci – guitar and backing vocals
    Jordan Rudess – keyboards, Continuum
    John Myung – bass
    Mike Portnoy – drums and backing vocals
    Jerry Goodman - Violin

     
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    Beat me to it Magic! That's my pick as well, brilliant album.
     
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    Another great 2009 release:

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    Steven Wilson - vocals, guitars, keyboards
    Richard Barbieri - synthesizers, keyboards
    Colin Edwin - bass guitar, double bass
    Gavin Harrison - drums, percussion


     
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    Yep....this is exactly what came to mind when I read the header. Dream Theater's best album in a decade and one of the best albums of the year if you ask me.
     
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    A close second for me is The Decemberists' Hazards Of Love.

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    I haven't listened to that album yet. If Sal says it is good, I will take his word for it and get the album soon!
     
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    ^^I remember JumperJack was head over heels infatuated with the Decemberists new album, I like them as well and it is worth picking up.
     
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