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Reviews

“…detours into ELP territory via Colyer’s organ solo…” – PROG magazine, Issue 88

“Colyer’s ubiquitous symphonic keys…Emerson-esque flourishes…” – Progression magazine, Issue 74

“Colyer’s dominant keyboards are excellent throughout [Circuline’s second album], recalling Keith Emerson particularly…” – Classic Rock Society magazine, Issue 215

“Circuline promote themselves as “Modern Cinematic Progressive Rock” and certainly Colyer’s tasteful piano and lush keyboard orchestrations go someway to justifying that claim. I was reminded of one time Simple Minds keyboardist Mick MacNeil (I wonder what became of him) while the strident organ and noodly synth breaks recall the late, great Keith Emerson. This is especially apparent in the longer songs like Hollow featuring an instrumental sequence that tips its hat to ELP’s Tarkus.”  –Geoff Feakes, Dutch Progressive Rock Page, Issue 2018-055

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Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, King Crimson) – “Some of this sounds like YES.”

Jon Anderson (YES) – “Great…..beautiful music.”

Geoff Downes (YES, Asia) – “Very good…you’ve got the Prog Rock chops.”

Robert Berry (Keith Emerson, Carl Palmer, Steve Howe, Ambrosia) – “Spectacular keyboard player.”

Dave Medd (The Tubes) – “Great keyboard player – he’s a bad-ass!”

Fred Schendel (Glass Hammer) – “You were great!”

Glenn Dagrossa (Awaken) – “You have made everything sound better.  All of my songs just got a B12 shot!”

Rian Adkinson – “Dude, what you did on ‘Impossible’ was just beautiful!  You made the song sound better!”

Paul Ilsley (10th Planet, Kinetic Punch) – “Stupendous player.”

Dave Ostrowski (Downing Grey) – “Freaking monster on keyboards.”

Brook Hansen (Prog Rock Orchestra) – “He’s a wizard…the ‘Proggiest’ moment of the entire show is [Andrew’s] solo.”

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“Watching you blow the roof off the house with 3.2 featuring Robert Berry [at the 2019 ProgStock Festival].  Dude, you were on fire!” – Ed Mulhall, Florida

On Andrew’s solo work:

“Your musical talent and choice of what you play…will continue to bring joy to me and to many others.”  –Serita W., Rhinebeck, New York

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