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The Road Home

Jordan Rudess

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Master of the Progressive Keys

Jordan Rudess hits with his tribute to the bands that influenced him into becoming a Rock Keyboardist. With the help of some friends he runs through tracks by Genesis (Dance On A Volcano), Yes (Soundchaser), ELP (Tarkus) and Gentle Giant (Just The Same). He also adds a piano medley that includes Yes' “Soon”, King Crimson’s gentle, supernatural “I Talk to the Wind” (with vocals by Rudess), Yes’ “And You And I”, and Genesis’ “Supper’s Ready.” If you are a fan of the classic progressive rock this is an album that will bowl you over. Jordan has a great feel for the originals, and adds his own touch to them (much the way these band's added their own touch to classical music). The piano medley was my favorite. I love the sound Jordan gets on these pieces, and the way he works them all together. Ed Wynne adds some spacey guitar solos to 'Sound Chaser' and 'Just The Same'. Rod Morgenstein and Jordan together is one of the great drum / keyboard teams, Rod has the right touch for this music; the right mix of subtle and bombastic. Jordan shines much more on this than on the Dream Theater albums, I hope he stretches out more often on his own. Nick D'Virgilio and Neal Morse (Spock's Beard), Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree), Kip Winger (Winger), Rod Morgenstein (Winger), Ed Wynne (Ozric Tentacles), Bumblefoot (Guns'N'Roses), Marco Sfogli (James LaBrie), Ricky Garcia (Lafee)

Wizard scores big

The master of progressive rock, gives us a fantastic release. A must listen!

Summed up in one word: WOW.

I am a keyboard player and am no stranger to progressive rock. I have heard a lot of great keyboard players in my life. But, this is without a doubt the most amazing keyboard work I have ever heard. None can match Jordan on this record.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Jordan Rudess has the distinction of taking classical piano training at the Juilliard School of Music at nine years old. Rudess has played with Steve Morse, both in his solo career and in Dixie Dregs. He has also recorded with David Bowie, Annie Haslam, and Vinnie Moore. He and fellow Dregs man Rod Morgenstein have a side project called the Rudess Morgensein Project. He...
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