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Digital Pigeon is the second release from the studio project progressive band Canvas, the brainchild of USA Keyboardist Chris Cobel and guitarist Matt Sweitzer. As usual, they have assembled a very competent cast of supporting artists, creating a top notch production of well crafted progressive pop gems. rnrnCanvas picks up musically where The Alan Parsons Project left off in 1980 with "Turn of a Friendly Card". In some ways, that comparison is unfair, because this CD features much more aggressive bass, guitar and keyboard interplay than one would expect from APP (Perhaps Camel is a better reference point?).rnrnEven so, the similarities to APP are too numerous to ignore. The impeccable engineering (for an indie release!), the hook-laden laid-back approach to progressive rock story-telling, the enigmatic lack of a touring calendar. rnrnDigital Pigeon represents a step forward for the band in that it is simultaneously more focused and more adventurous than their double CD debut "Avenues". With a single CD (rather than a double) only the strongest songs made the cut this time. The Canvas sound is augmented by occassional dashes of smoking brass lines to counterbalance the already sizzling flute, subtle keys, soaring guitars and jazzy bass guitar. rnrnIf light, subtle, intelligent and catchy Progressive Rock is your cup of tea... Digital Pigeon is a wonderful side dish to add to any platter of Monday (morning or afternoon) Progressive Rock listening! rnrnTrack listing:rn01. Dark Side Of The Sun (6:18) rn02. The Spectacle (7:44) rn03. Spiders (5:11) rn04. Ghost Town (6:31) rn05. Armchair Voyager (4:99) rn06. A Reptile Dysfunction (5:52) rn07. You (5:37) rn08. Calmsy Downsy (5:45) rn09. On Second Thought (6:36) rn10. Catwalk (4:27) rn11. Funk Shui (3:50) rn12. Lost In Transit (6:11) rn13. Teen Town (2:50) rn14. Move The Earth (5:54)rnrnTotal time: 76:52rnrnMusicians:rnMatt Sweitzer - Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Drums, PercussionrnChris Cobel - Keyboards, TrumpetrnTom Mattern - Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Flute, Trumpet, Soprano SaxrnJohn Swope - DrumsrnVince Simon - DrumsrnJohn David Thornton - Guitar, Bass, KeyboardsrnGreg Lounsberry - Vocals, GuitarrnBruce Smith - VocalsrnZach Olah - VocalsrnOrlando Blanco - GuitarrnBrian Pierce - GuitarrnHeather McPherson - ViolinrnrnAlbum review from www.progscape.com:rn"Digital Pigeon is US-based band Canvas’ second album, following on from 2002’s Avenues (itself a double CD release of newer material as well as remixed tracks from the group’s The Rhythm and the Rhyme). A lengthy release (nearly 77 minutes), it offers the studio-based project plenty of space to develop their melodic brand of jazz/rock/pop with distinct influences from groups such as Camel, Alan Parsons Project, and late 1970’s fusion groups such as Weather Report. Primarily the brainchild of Matt Sweitzer (also known as the voice of the Canvas Prog Hour on Delicious Agony Progressive Rock Radio) and Chris Cobel, an extensive cast of supporting musicians help to bring their material to life.rnrnDigital Pigeon opens with “Dark Side of the Sun.” A dark organ and drum pattern reminiscent of King Crimson’s “Industry” leads into vocal sections with shifting time signatures and rhythms. Despite the multiple meters, the song feels smooth, not pasted together. For this reviewer, this is possibly the weakest vocal track; verses are capably sung, but the choruses fall a bit flat, and a warble or two is heard. This detracts from an otherwise interesting opening piece, which pulls together an interesting set of influences (Alan Parsons Project and Camel, to name two) to create something fairly fresh.rnrn“The Spectacle,” on the other hand, benefits from a soulful, yet restrained vocal performance and bursts of flute and digital synth. Jazzy, melodic, skillfully orchestrated and arranged, it is an excellent example of what Canvas is capable of when all cylinders are firing. Varied keyboard tones (piano, organ, digital leads) mix well over more shifting rhythms. Meanwhile, instrumental sections pick up the pace, giving the musicians ample opportunity to shine, including a very cool flute solo from Tom Mattern. “Spiders” is 5:12 of intensely horn driven jazz/funk, layers of horns blowing as lead synth winds through the dense arrangements. The track has a distinct late 1970’s vibe, and is all the better for it.rnrnCanvas includes a pair of covers alongside their 12 original tracks. Sequentially, the first cover is Saga’s “Catwalk,” originally released on their 1983 album Heads or Tales. Fairly faithful to the original (one can easily hear the Saga writing style in this performance), Canvas nonetheless adds their own musical colours, making this an enjoyable listen. The album’s second cover track is “Teen Town.” Originally written by Jaco Pastorius and released on Weather Report’s monumental 1977 album Heavy Weather, “Teen Town” gives John david Thornton a wonderful opportunity to show off some impressive bass chops, while multiple trumpets (Cobel/Cotner/Mattern, who also adds flute and soprano sax) and trombone (Cotner again) burst forth. It’s a great rendition, and a worthy tribute to one of the greatest electric bassists, in any genre, to ever grace the performance stage.rnrnDigital Pigeon closes with “Move the Earth”. The track opens deceptively, with a vibe that would not be out of place on an early Chicago album. Vocal harmonies continue this vibe, even as the song picks up pace quickly, vocals and guitars playing with each other over the jazz-pop arrangements.rnrnWhere many bands might find a 77 minute album to be filled with 20 to 30 minutes of lower quality, filler-type tracks, Canvas changes things up enough from track to track to make Digital Pigeon a refreshing listen. If you are looking for intelligently crafted music, with melodic sensibility as well as instrumental intensity...and with solid vocals to boot...look no further. Canvas’ "Digital Pigeon" is precisely what the proverbial doctor ordered."rnrnBitrate: 320 kbpsrnDownload size: 175,95 MBrnTracker: Komodo VillagernrnFor more quality (prog)rock music please visit www.komodoisland.net and www.komodovillage.com!

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