Reviews

"This story should be told to every generation." Trutti Gasperinetti, choreographer, New York City

 

". . . wow or phew is quite appropriate, we have something special here." European Progressive Rock Reviews

 

" . . . this has the same dramatic feel of some of Andrew Lloyd Webber's famous works, Jesus Christ Superstar is the one that comes to mind. " Stephanie Sollow, ProgressiveWorld.net

 

"Children of Children is a must hear, must see and we salute Madmen and Dreamers for their artistic and social creativity." Bert Gagnon, Musictogousa.

 

" . . . no trace of self-indulgent virtuosism, only serious musicianship." Aquatarkus

 

"What an outstanding effort . . ." Dave Chaimson of Sonic Foundry

 

"The album is a classic :-)" Jon Yarger at progradio.net

 

"Disc 1 is now in 'heavy rotation' in my car.... Rock on-- " Scott Cann of Superdupes

 

"I have received the opera and, wow, the scope of your work is
remarkable! It is epic in proportions. Congratulations on the
accomplishment. Although I do not have experience in this arena (the
RRC is mostly theatrically based) I have taken the liberty to lend the
disk to someone that I know who deals in music. He recently released a
CD and has more music connections. I am happy to help in any way that I
can. Clearly this work should be seen."

Ken Freeman of the Red Room Consortium in New York City

 

"We played a couple of the first tracks and instrumentals, I will send you an email with the playlist very soon! I liked the whole concept thing. Not many people are doing this sort of thing. I tip my hat to you. And you can quote me on that! Keep up the good work!"

Tom Gagliardi of GAGLIARCHIVES RADIO 88.9/95.1FM PHILADELPHIA and Ghostland.com

 

"I plonked the head phones on in bed, closed my eyes and then was totally blown away, this is an Opus Magnus, love the orchestration, its a passionate, moving, provocative work of sheer brilliance. Whoever hears this will be completely hooked . . ."

Jason Grant, promoter/producer, Creative Director of St. George's Playhouse.

 

"It may be one of the most memorable, timely and potentially influential pieces of artful commentary to come along in some time . . . "

Gerald L. Rowles, Ph.D, Founder, Dads Against The Divorce Industry