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by AudioJoe

Whirling, dreamy, spacey progressive rock for the metaphysical ears. Have a cup of AudioJoe and soothe your aural mind.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Memory Bank 1
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2. Ralph's Other Ball
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3. Time
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4. Phantasmagoria
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5. Arctic
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6. Dungeons Of Fire
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7. Hexed
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8. Memory Bank 2
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Album Notes
The debut recording from progressive rock powerhouse AudioJoe, comprised of former Alaska band mates Bill Ashbaugh (drums), Jeff Gibble (synthesizer, guitar), Eric Snyder (keyboards, vocals) and Jeff Widdall (bass).

In 2002, the four were members of the rock band Alaska, and after gigging in nearly every dive and dump on the east coast, they changed the band moniker to AudioJoe and began a new recording project. The results are these eight tracks, from the intense odd-time of “Memory Bank 1”, to the dreamy “Time” (composed by their former bassist, Dan Keeney). Of the several instrumentals, “Phantasmagoria” is firmly planted in Jean-Luc Ponty style fusion, while “Ralph’s Other Ball” (dedicated to the late Ralph Weyant Jr.) is prog-rock incarnate. Comparisons to You-era Gong, Lamb-era Genesis, and Moon-era Pink Floyd textures abound, and with a myriad of multi-synths and glissando guitar tones, AudioJoe falls directly into the ear-candy camp.


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Mic Smith

Coming from a trumpet player who plays a wide variety of music, this CD is awesome! This is not what I usually listen to but I find myself being drawn to it more and more. Well done Jeff and crew!