By Dave on Saturday, November 26th 2011 4:16 pm
A couple of reviews came in that I hadn't posted about yet. The first was brought to my attention by someone who recently ordered Notes in the Margin. The review is en Francais but here are a couple of excerpts the google translator didn't seem to mangle to badly.
You may be wondering why chronicle an album that came out over a year ago? Well here it is: I started this column last year that when I dropped my old PC, I lost everything and I put it aside. But lately, I was asked if I still wanted to do it and I said yes because I thought it was unfortunate not to speak of "Notes in the Margin."
"Notes in the Margin" is a varied album that will surely appeal to many of you who are looking for something different!
My only regret is not having had the opportunity to tell you about it before! As the saying goes, "It's never too late to do."
The full review is up at Progressive-area.com.
And popular webzine Progressor published a review back in September. Here is Olav's conclusion.
"Notes in the Margin" is a partially instrumental album that explores a sound that ranges from hard prog akin to Rush on the one hand to space and symphonic-tinged themes that share some characteristics with late 70's Pink Floyd. Those who enjoy both these acts might well find Dave Kulju to be an artist worthwhile exploring, and I suspect that this album might also appeal to some of the people who tend to like neo-progressive rock. Overall, this is a good-quality production from start to finish, and one that should have a much broader appeal than most solo efforts crafted by a guitarist going solo.
The full review is up at progressor.net
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