RED JASPER A Midsummer Night’s Dream/The Winter’s Tale


Perhaps, in the end the concept has worn thin, and one record in this vein would have sufficed. Yet it’s impossible not to admire such an undertaking in the shallow climate of ’90s. The Bard would have liked it. ***** / ***

DME Music Site

Fish era Marillion shows up as a very strong influence, although the ever present folk themes continue via the usage of mandolin, whistles and bodhran…a strange and unusual mix of traditional English music, 80′s neo-prog and stinging aggression, Red Jasper were a band slightly out of their time, but nonetheless enjoyable for being so…

Fireworks magazine (Sep-Oct 2012)


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