Wednesday, November 28, 2012


douBt is back.
Alex Maguire, Michel Delville and Tony Bianco have recorded a second album.
On "Mercy, Pity, Peace & Love", the trio shows that progressive rock is more alive then ever. The listener is treated to 13 beautiful tracks on which Alex Maguire's keyboard and Michel Delville's guitar scream for your attention as they take you for a a wild ride. Guided by Tony Bianco's expressive drumming, the trio shows some great interplay.

"Mercy, Pity, Peace & Love" is an excellent album. (The album title was taken from William Blake's 'Songs Of Innocence And Experience' poem.)
 The compositions are great. There's some great soloing going on, and the three of them sound as one.
My favorite piece is 'Jalal', although the trio's rendition of Jimi Hendrix' 'Purple Haze' should be mentioned as well.

Fans of jazz-rock or progressive rock should not hesitate.
This is essential listening!

Listen to some sound samples at the Moonjune website:

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