Melodic Rock Reviews 2014

4 comments on “Melodic Rock Reviews 2014

    • See what I can do. I have some more reviews of other albums lying around that I have to finish first and after that, we’ll see. It all depends on how much time I can put aside. I’ll give it a go and see if it’s anything I find interesting enough.

      • Thanks. I should mention then that it got a nomination for cd of the year. Previous reviews say we uphold the standards of the UK rock gods of the 60s and 70s. Not just the best cd they’ve heard all year, but a gift to the world. One called it a bone crushing prog rock anthem, but its somgs are ones you can relate to; and vocals are stellar. I see the link above is broken. The full cd can be heard on our website

  1. Thanks. I appreciate that you are a busy man. I needed to comment because it seems like the link above is broken. You can hear the full album here though:

    Also to spark your interest a little:
    This CD got a nomination for CD of the year and is getting great reviews, so far, overall. Of course, I would appreciate your opinion as well. I’ll spare you mentioning other writers/publications, but a taste of what is being said might spark your interest a little.

    “Forging the Future is in a league of its own combining the best “UK” old school rock sound I’ve heard in years. On “Forging the Future” we hear a bone crushing Progressive Rock anthem. The musicianship is off the charts, the songs are amazing and the catalogue is fully loaded”.

    “Tuval Cain literally blew me away, actually it greatly exceeded all my expectations. ‘Forging the Future’ is a monumental concept album or a man’s journey if you will with so many musical and spiritual layers it should be heralded as legendary in its status. The amazing combination of guitar, rhythms, flute, percussion, vocals, organs, are to the highest level of musicianship. The melodies and lyrics are brilliant, and the vocal harmonies provide the perfect reinforcements just where they need to be”.

    “‘Forging the Future’ is a celebratory, glory full return of Classic Progressive Rock at its best. Its strong suit is the amazing arsenal of players and performers Kuhn brings to the table via his intellectually stimulating vision and songwriting. It is not just one of the best CD’s I’ve heard this year – it’s a gift to the world.”

    All songs have a limitless feel that makes the world seem right but there is an invigorating sense of hope that your future looks brighter than your past. Tuval Cain is a solid release that upholds the Classic Rock standard set by the English Rock Gods back in the late 60’s and early 70’s.”

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