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Seasons - Puppet Show - The Tale Of Woe (CD, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Puppet Show - The Tale Of Woe at Discogs. Complete your Puppet Show collection.4/5(2).
  2. by Rob Walker, Recorded in Toulouse roughly three months after the concerts from which Live were taken, this two CD set was released for the first time in on Christian Vander's AKT label. The band is identical to the lineup on Live except for the replacement of keyboardist Jean Pierre Asseline with Patrick Gauthier. This concert features fantastic performances of.
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  4. Puppet Show: The Tale of Woe. It's been nearly a decade since we've heard from California's Puppet Show. Their debut album Traumatized burst on the prog-rock scene in to positive acclaim, and after some high profile performances at Baja Prog and ProgFest shortly thereafter, the band pretty much faded from view. That is, until now. After many years trying to get the band back on track and.
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  6. Tale Of Woe CD () $ Intricate arrangements, incredible drumming, innovative bass/ guitar/ keyboard interplay, and imaginative vocals all begin to describe Puppet Show a group of musicians based in the heart of Northern California s Silicon Valley.
  7. Listen to your favorite songs from The Tale of Woe by Puppet Show Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  8. There is a lot of depth in Puppet Show's second release and it took me a few listens to appreciate the intricacies of their music. The style is similar to 70's prog - heavy on the keys, theatrical, long compositions (three songs are over ten minutes), tasty solos, constantly changing musical passages and tight interplay between musicians/5(3).

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