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Arcangel - 1983 Arcangel
I read the review of this album back in 1983 when it first came out. If I recall, the reviewer said.. 'Jeff Cannata sounds like he's been locked in a room with a crateful of Kansas albums!' or something to that effect. In fact he even said it sounded like the 3rd Boston album. Well as time would have it, some twenty plus years after the event, some of the comparisons haven't quite rung true.

Arcangel - 2002 Interview with Jeff Cannata
Interview with Jeff Cannata - April 2002.

Arcangel - 2013 Harlequins Of Light
The elements which made the first Arcangel record so good were the bombastic nature of the music and the pompous ideals expressed. Sure, it was a different time, but there is none of that here though. 'Harlequins Of Light' is still good for what it is, it's just not what I was expecting. Nor is it what I would call a 'hard rock' album..

Cannata - 1988 Images Of Forever
This album is not as bombastic as 'Arcangel', but still has masses of appeal to the typical AOR fan. Jeff Cannata has taken a few pages of the Yes songbook a la '70125' and 'Big Generator' and rewritten them for himself. 'Images Of Forever' a hybrid of hi-tech AOR, pomp and modern prog tendencies which Cannata would further explore on later albums.

Cannata - 2006 Mysterium Magnum
Prog/AOR identity Jeff Cannata returns with a self-released effort 'Mysterium Magnum', very much a soft prog release rather than the bombast of yesteryear.

Cannata-Arcangel - 2002 Tamorok
This is a comeback album of sorts for pomp god Jeff Cannata. Out of action since 1993's 'Watching The World', his new effort 'Tamorok' is an eclectic collection, encompassing his new direction of world music, plus a dabble into his past.

Zoldar & Clark - 1977 Zoldar & Clark
Zoldar & Clark. Who is ths mysterious duo? Sounds like an episode of Superman. Maybe a cartoon comic? No such luck I'm afraid. Z&C are in fact the Connecticut prog band Jasper Wrath, with connections to Jeff Cannata.

 
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