About Jimmy Caterine

Jimmy Caterine has been an independent musician since he started in 1980 with progressive metal band from Hawaii, Sacred Rite. Towards the end of 1999 he started work on his first solo project, 'Cognition'. After a long chain of unfortunate events and a move to Phoenix, Arizona, Cognition was finally released in 2003. To hear some of his original music and read his latest news, visit Jimmy's home page at http://www.caterine-music.com/.

Sep30

DC Slater is a former student of Berklee College of Music and participates in the SoundAid project to fight hunger. His latest mixes Grunge with a bit of Satch and Eddie Van Halen.

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Jul17

A re-issue of the classic 1979 album from Robert Fripp, as diverse a work as you might ever hope to find. With outstanding contributions from Daryl Hall, Terre Roche, Peter Gabriel, Tony Levin and many, many more.

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Jul14

Another wonderful compilation from Magna Carta’s Prime Cuts series – this CD spotlights the talent of keyboardist Jordan Rudess, known to many for his groundbreaking work with Dream Theater.

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Jun05

An EP from the new lineup of Evil Beaver, with Gene Trautman (Queens of the Stone Age) replacing Laura Ann Beaver as Evie Evil’s partner in music. Raw pounding music produced by veteran Mike Terry (Foo Fighters).

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May14

Political statements, ecological stands, social commentary and a very commercial pop sound from a three-piece band. No, it’s not Green Day! You might find this terrific trio a bit more reminiscent of England’s Muse. An exceptional album!

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May14

An interesting concept album about Captain Kidd, featuring some great musicianship and arrangements in a style you might think of as Celtic Progressive Rock.

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May14

I would highly recommend this CD – it’s good old rock and roll, nicely flavored with many stylish rhythms and influences of guitarist Tom Guerra.

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Apr30

Some serious fusion and progressive influences from some guys rooted in heavy metal. Think of a blend of King Crimson and Metallica with hints of Pink Floyd and I think you’ll have a good idea of this instrumental music.

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