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1.  Review: Love the Vocal and Guitar work here!
Song Name: Alcatraz by Odin (Edit)
Date: 2010-09-14 14:51:29
Reviewer: The Er Brothers

2.  Review: Great Unique Sound and Powerful Song. Paul.
Song Name: Catherine (Edit)
Date: 2010-09-12 13:25:14
Reviewer: Davies Dawn -- Future Now

Song Name: The Deal (Edit)
Date: 2010-09-07 08:17:35
Reviewer: Kati


Corvus Stone,BunChakeze & more!'s Information


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Who the hell is Colin Tench Colin tench, Corvus Stone, Lorelei McBroom, Joe Vitale, Ginger Gilmour, Oceans 5, Mingulay boatsong, CTP, Pink Ffloyd, Bentley T 1969, Ibanez double neck, BunChakezeColin Tench with tourbus I love music. I hate music by numbers. I didn't even try actually playing an instrument till I was 22. I never really became any good at it either. I am a weird "guitarist" I can't pick one up and knock out a tune. I really don't like any kind of folk or roots music as such. I like music with a hell of a lot going on, so what I do is find a secret place in the music to add real content. Take away the rest of the band and you will hear diconnected notes and noises with the occasional chord from me. It only has any worth inside the whole piece. There is no doubt that music needs no rules or boundaries. My approach is my own but it seems to work! It all started for real in 1981, in London with Odin. 1981-1985: ODIN . We were continuously gigging for 3 years. Digital album release 2011 1985 - 1986: BUNCHAKEZE: was formed with Gary Derrick and Cliff Deighton of Odin. We recorded the album WHOSE DREAM? Nobody was interested in it and we sort of stopped. CD release 2010 S.php 1986-2010: A 24 year break! 2010: After that nice rest, two albums from Odin and BunChakeze were finally released. 2011: Picked up the guitar again. Figured out 4 chords(Prog) and am now fully active recording with the following rather amazing and diverse bands: CORVUS STONE: Almost totally instrumental. Progressive and atmospheric with jazz funk leanings. Our first 80 minute album was released in Dec 2012. It is now in the top 100 crossover prog releases of all time.CORVUS STONE II released September 2014: Featuring, Sean Filkins, Phil Naro, German Vergara and more! id=39547 on progarchives .php THE MINSTREL'S GHOST : with Blake Carpenter. Zoltan Csrsz Jr(Ex Flower Kings) on drums. The road to Avalon is becoming a great success! Avalon.php OCEAN'S 5 : Progressive Folk? We are a 5 piece with special guests - Pink Floyd's Lorelei McBroom and Andres Guazzelli. Album "Return to Mingulay" released October 2013. COLIN TENCH PROJECT : With Gary derrick (BunChakeze), Vic Tassone (Unified Past) & Marco Chiappini(Oceans 5 & Gandalf's Project) + very special guest Phil Naro(Talas, Drive, Druckfarben). Classic prog and accoustic so far. Project.php TRANSMISSION RAILS : With Stef Flaming (Murky Red, Oceans 5), John Moulder and Special guest on drums - Joe Vitale (Joe Walsh, Eagles, CSNY, John Lennon etc) Andres Guazzelli and Colin Tench: Progressive with a classical basis. Also an album is planned. Wish you would listen! elli.php

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2010-09-12 at 23:23:17
TELL EVERY ONE ABOUT IMRadio -- Got to thinking. What if each of us independent musicians told our family, friends, fans and acquaintances about, how besides the main stations, it has stations for each of the states individually, 75 countries, and just about every musical genre -- reaching any internet connection around the world. We could tell them in person, on the internet or at small or large venues. Anyone we tell would appreciate the convenience of such good music from independent musicians on their computer. It would be such a good way to help all of us reach even more listeners. With IMRadio, we aren't just waiting at the mercy of some major label to decide whether or not they will let us be heard around the world. There are enough of us that the outreach could be exponential. And, wouldn't it be a great way to say 'thank you' to Paddy and all of the other fine folks who have put on the world's musical map. They have put in money, time, energy and dedication, and all they have asked of us in return is to upload our music and profile. I am sure that they have great plans to publicize IMRadio and bring it to even more listeners. In the meantime, though, wouldn't it be great if we could all help a little by just taking a little time each day to tell family, friends, fans and acquaintances about IMRadio. It wouldn't cost a dime, just a little time. Yours, in Musical Solidarity, Paul.
2010-09-10 at 05:06:20
Greetings from Serbia ! great stuff here! please,listen my songs...or give your friends to my country Serbia not support artists...H E L P
2010-09-07 at 18:25:21
Thank you are great keep in touch check us out on my page.
2010-08-11 at 08:35:28
We dig hearing your songs in IMRadio's radio rotation! Thanks for supporting our new radio station! Peace, Veronica
2010-08-10 at 18:25:23
"The Deal" 7:45 - a very Pink Floyd like guitar riff reminiscent of the chugging riff in 'Run Like Hell' or 'The Happiest days of our lives'... you know the one. It even features a helicopter effect mid way through just like on 'The Wall'. I really like this one and it pays homage to Pink Floyd in the guitar lead style too. I love that lead break sound, a huge blast of notes. The lengthy instrumental break is excellent. The vocals are estranged and echoing like a psychedelic song. The loud thunder crashes are effective and echoing scratches on guitar. One of the highlights for sure and it will definitely remind listeners of various riffs from 'The Wall', and that's not a bad thing. I like the lyrics too and the way they lock in to the various melodies; "Seem to be confused time to fade into, the words that you say, you can't run away... Now you understand it's taken from your hand... you've had your final deal". The final instrumental section features spacey synth and innovative guitar flourishes. A wall of sound.
2010-08-10 at 18:24:57
"Midnight Skies" 6:22 - the show piece of the album perhaps. The vocals are higher in places like Gilmour has performed in recent years. The lead break takes off and sounds beautiful like 'Comfortably Numb'. There is a quirky staccato guitar riff that grows on me. The majestic feel is echoed by lyrics about huge concepts, "dreams of peace are shattered all around..." It sounds like Gabriel again. The synth lines are great but the guitars especially blaze away on this with a phase effect and long sustained string bends, ala Gilmour. The lyrics are intriguing: "November 1964 rattlesnake boots at dawn by cannonballs shattering the peace.... run free as the wind under midnight skies".
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