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“Jon Randel used to lead a local band called Monolith, featuring none other than Joe Musolino, who is a brilliant guitar player. Randel was amazing. Now, years later, he puts out this great new CD, and it’s amazing. This guy’s the real deal; always has been the real deal. ‘Sound Wave Rider’ is as good a prog thing as I’ve heard anybody do in a long, long time, and his version of the Tom Rapp song is astounding.” 

- Jim Barrett, Kaleidoscope on  

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Award-winning poet 
Alice Fulton's comments 
on Filters Force the Light

 "I encourage everyone to listen in headphones. There's so much to experience, and it's all so gorgeously made. The lyrics are among the best I've heard: witty, fresh, but also moving. And the vocals are astounding, sublime. The voice is truly an instrument here, and the compositions are never formulaic. Some songs are richly layered, with so much to hear, and the stylistic variety from piece to piece kept surprising me. It's innovative -- the harmonies, the gorgeous guitar, the cello, the percussive counterpoint. What a work. To summarize -- it's brilliant. I haven't been this entranced and impressed by music in a long time."

Alice Fulton's body of work comprises poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.  Her many honors and awards include a MacArthur "genius" Fellowship and an Academy Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Her collaborations with contemporary composers have been performed at Carnegie Hall, The Guggenheim Museum, the Walker Arts Center, and other venues. Her most recent poetry collection is 
Coloratura On A Silence Found In Many Expressive Systems.


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