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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 15, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B001DXB7IC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #436,271 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Part One: "Pine"
2. Absinthe, Jim And Me
3. King Richard TLH
4. Worm In The Silk
5. Always
6. Johnny's Dream
7. Part Two: "Cross Dover"
8. Up In It
9. Dreamtime Stomp
10. Rosie's Presence
11. The Whore Of New Orleans
12. B) The Pharacies Fall
13. C) The Wicked Flood
14. Testify To Love
15. Alfalfa

Editorial Reviews

2009 release. Both improvisation and rhythm have always been major components of the unmistakable Masters of Reality sound. But on Pine/Cross Dover, the group pits the finer elements of the Mahavishnu Orchestra and Public Image Limited against each other. The end result? A Masters of Reality album that rocks, rolls, and grooves like one devilish son of a gun. Joining longtime leader Chris Goss is long-time band mate John Leamy on drums, as well as a host of special guests, including Eagles of Death Metal bassist Brian O'Connor and guitarist Dave Catching, Merle Jagger guitarist Mark Christian, background singers Shawnee Smith and Missi Pile, as well as former Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Brendon McNichol. Provogue.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Green Manalishi on November 10, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Wasn't immediately impressed by the the first few tracks but by the end of the last song on the album I was wanting more.. and thus put it on again from track one. This is not a bad album. Many of the tracks are straight up rock n roll with a slight industrial sound, but by the end seem to branch into something more free form or semi-improv that kind of grabbed my attention and started getting me paying attention. The last 12 minute jam is the only song that does that though.. may be the turnoff for some, but for me it was the last few tunes that compelled me to write this review as the album is certainly no one star effort. Some of the songs are catchy.. and as I may have mentioned, the last one could've been lifted from a Grateful Dead "space" jam. Best track on the album IMO. But some of the other tracks were good as well.
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Lawrence A. Strid on December 16, 2009
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Masters of Reality is one of the few contemporary rock bands that I make a point of getting every release that they may issue (I remain stuck in a time-warp of music that came out from 1965 through 1975). It's "OK", certainly not as good or as catchy as some of the tunes on Deep In The Hole (their last studio outing), and definitely not even close to the band's penultimate release, Sunrise on the Sufferbus (a modern rock classic, and how about those mellotrons?), much less their two prior superlative live outings. Chris Goss is an amazing talent, he has the most melodious voice and is a very creative guy, but this outing just didn't make me say "wow". The last track on the CD, "Alfalfa", is a meandering 10 minute instrumental that may have been great for warming up the band's fingers but which should have been left off of the final product. You keep waiting for something to happen in the course of the jam, but it doesn't. Better luck next time, I hope.
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Yes, the meandering jam is kinda just a meandering jam, but the tight punchy creative sound is everpresent elsewhere. I love these guys and this is a worthy addition. Rock music at its finest. Plus, the cover is quite handsome, something that is rarely celebrated -- but MoR put more energy into that than most bands and appreciate it.
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chris W on September 2, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I don't know why people have to compare past releases to present releases. The beauty
of each new release is just that it's new. I listened to these two reviews for the
longest and held off purchasing it. I happened to be in an obscure cd shop and what
do you know there it was, so I took a chance on it. Music shouldn't be so critiqued
if you like the band then your pretty much going to like what they produce. So all in
all if you like Masters then I don't see how you could be disappointed at all. Hell
I'm just glad they made some new music.
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1 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Kevin G. on October 8, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I have most of the Masters of Reality cds. For my money, "Deep in the Hole" is an absolute masterpiece. The 1st Masters cd is wonderful. Both live cds are terrific. THIS CD IS ONE OF THE WORST YOU WILL EVER HEAR BY ANYONE IF YOU LIVE TO BE 10,000 YEARS OLD. Chris,if you read this, I, and many of your faithful followers are deeply disappointed. All the long wait for this boring trash is unexcuseable.
If you're a Masters of Reality completist and have to have this, let some other poor sucker buy it 1st and then burn a copy. But even if you listen to it a hundred times (Masters of Reality is an acquired taste), IT WILL STILL SUCK. And I dare you to listen to the whole thing once.
Good Luck and take speed. It may be the only way to stay awake listening to this one.
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