Artist/ Band: Bruce Main
Title: Tracks
Label: Self release
Year of Release: 2003
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The Review:

I wasn’t familiar with Bruce Main so when I got his debut cd, my expectations weren’t particularly high. I wasn’t sure what kind of music it was but after several spins on my cd player, I can easily agree with part of the influences on his solo debut. His brand of progressive rock falls under what would be called melodic based ala late era of both Pink Floyd & Camel.

This is a self produced recording of 8 songs, most are in the 6 minute range, with the exception of “Night” which clock in at about 17 minutes Where as there’s nothing that stands out, he does have the ability to create some beautiful melodic music that would cater to the afore mentioned bands.

Bruce handles most of the instruments and vocals. He is joined by bassist, Brian Phraner and percussionist Thom Mullins on several tracks. This is a very strong debut and according to Bruce, he’s half way done on his second solo release. To hear samples, be sure to check out Bruce's MySpace page. his music. If you like what you hear, please support this fine musician and buy a copy or two of Tracks. You won’t regret it!

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on August 31st, 2004


01. When It All Comes Down
02. One More Try
03. Got It Made
04. Come What May
05. One Life
06. Time of Our Lives
07. Home
08. Night

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