Dead Air for Radios is the first solo album of Kevin Moore, under the name Chroma Key. The album was released four years after Moore left the keyboardist seat of Dream Theater. Kevin Moore exploits his artistic freedom in full for the first time as a solo artist and the result is beautiful, strange, night music that words hardly can describe.
You Go Now is the second solo album by keyboardist Kevin Moore, former member of Dream Theater. You won't find that brand of virtuosic hard-edged prog on this CD. Instead, look for great music in the form of prog that is more closely related to the music of Alan Parsons Project and old Pink Floyd. The songs also show influences from newer, more alternative and techno types of artists. The overall result is catchy, almost pop-oriented music that has a great jazzy prog flavor. The musicians on the disc are Moore and David Iscove.
Tells the story of how John Harrison discovered the key to navigating on the open seas and thus solved one of the thorniest problems of the 1700's.
For Real is another strong soul/blues cocktail served up by Little Milton, although it runs a bit heavy in the ballad department. Granted, Milton is plenty versatile enough to adopt the sentimental croon required to cover "To Love Somebody" and "A Rainy Night in Georgia," but he's really at his best when he's tearing into the blues with a guitar in his hands. Two slow blues numbers steal the show here: "Blues for Mr. C," which is a straightforward 12-bar burner, and "If That's What You Wanna Do," which rides a slicker, urban groove in the circa-'70s Albert King tradition. (These two songs are the only originals on the entire album)…