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Tell a Vision

by Art Rock Circus

Double-album release from Art Rock Circus---15/16 stars in Progression Magazine Spring 2011 Issue!
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tell A Vision
19:58 $1.49
2. The Cell
6:53 $0.99
3. Art of Bells
0:56 $0.49
4. Begins, Before, Becomes
5:21 $0.99
5. Ballad of Joan Allen
6:28 $0.99
6. Oregon Trail Song
2:44 $0.99
7. Cult on Hammer Hill
5:14 $0.99
8. Poem from the Sea
3:35 $0.99
9. String Theory #1
1:35 $0.99
10. Rainbow Sun
7:41 $0.99
11. Desert Song
5:00 $0.99
12. Song for a Fifth Season
2:25 $0.99
13. The Ripper
6:39 $0.99
14. Synopsis in "A" Minor
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Album Notes
5th studio release from Art Rock Circus featuring guitarist John Miner (also of Mantra Sunrise and K2's Book of the Dead), drummer Dr. Nolan Stolz (also of Coalition and Nolan Stolz Rock Orchestra), keyboardist Milo, bassist Jim Martino, with many other musicians including singer Dave Hornbeck (of the Queen: We Will Rock You show in Las Vegas), keyboardist Tony Branco of Coalition, violinist Erika Syroid, bassist Kelton Manning, and vocalists Miche', Todd Ashmore, Karen Wallo and Tim Burris.

15/16 Stars..."Art Rock Circus pushes the limits of melodic pop-inflected prog with precision, style and grace" Progression Magazine (Spring 2011)

6+/6+ stars..."Most contemporary Art-Rock bands should take lessons from Art Rock Circus in how to create music! The sonic palette of the album has been carefully elaborated, and it doesn't remind me of anything I have ever heard before. Brilliant stuff".....Progressor(Uzbekistan)

"Album of the Month June 2005... Addictive, Innovative, Amazing!"....Radio enlace (Madrid, Spain)

"Without a doubt, Tell a Vision is a must have album for every Art Rock Circus fan, and 70's art rock and progressive fans. Praise to Miner for recording an honest album.....a labour of love and a real success at capturing the sound of the 60's and 70's".... Rock Reviews Online

"The overall proceedings have a more progressive edge than the bands previous works...the music is stronger, more melodic and accessible. Touches of Genesis/Gabriel... Crimson or early 70's Bowie theatrics."....European Progressive Rock Reviews

"This music is completely unique, lying beyond any possible comparisons. all of the songs here are equally impressive....classic symphonic Art-Rock at its best".....Progressor(Uzbekistan)

"In light of progressive rock regaining popularity recently, there has been a longing for a more artsy aspect to come to light. Tell a Vision... an elaborate and extensive piece of work, very organic sounding..a down to earth album with the technical endurance at the forefront.... it speaks of a real concept, hitting close to home.....some could learn from this record."....Ytsejam Magazine

"Tell A Vision is an excellent epic...and makes for an enjoyable listen that surprises you when you realize that for 20 minutes you have been digging one song."....Sea of Tranquility

"This album, which addresses the alienation generated by television and computers which so often controls man, comprises some great moments.
The best of Art Rock Circus. If you like progressive rock, try the experiment...the total result is very wonderful."....Music in Belgium Magazine

"Great guitar work...with a healthy dose of avantgarde to boot"....Prognose

"'Tell a Vision' is a gigantic step forward..It seems to me it's been ages since I've experienced as great a pleasure when listening to Art Rock as original and inspired as this...a genuine author's honesty and inspiration, raised to the power of musical magic"....Progressor/Uzbekistan

"an ambitious two CD project that requires multiple listens..... a very interesting, well performed and produced traditional Prog album"...ProGGnosis



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