Artist/ Band: Gary Paul Bryant
Title: Big World
Label: Self release
Year of Release: 2007
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The Review:

I received a copy of Big World, the latest release by multi-instrumentalist & composer Gary Paul Bryant. Gary mixes, with ease, rock, jazz and classical music on this all instrumental album. Iíd almost go as far to describe it as symphonic pop do to the cinematic qualities of the music. The music is on the soft side though so it never gets too intense. That being said, itís a nice escape into a peaceful musical world where your mind can drift for a while, away from itís daily worries.

I would recommend Gary Paul Bryantís Big World to fans of such artists as Alan Parsons (solo and as Alan Parsons Project), most of the lighter symphonic progressive rock acts like Bruce Main. While Garyís music isnít really progressive as those acts, his music can easily fit well with them.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on July 24th, 2007

Tracks:

1. Anybody Anywhere
2. Big World
3. Monkey Jammed
4. Big Face
5. Ordinary Dream
6. Closing In On You
7. Better To Live
8. Noise Behind the Door
9. Coranado
10. Street Monster
11. Blues Town
12. Paris Smiling
13. Open Me

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