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Expected UK releases early 2007
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Written by RogorMortis   
Friday, 29 December 2006

It’s possible that the all the component parts from the first incarnation of Karnataka will release new product next year.  The first will be Rachel’s new band The Reasoning, which also includes Matthew Cohen (ex Magenta) on bass.  Their album Awakening is due in late winter, while Jonathan Edward’s Panic Room project – featuring vocalist Anne Marie Helder – should finally see the light of day.  With Ian Jones’ Karnataka on tour in the spring, we may even see their first album at some point in the year, not to mention his long-awaited Chasing the Monsoon project.

Meanwhile, Mostly Autumn release the one-disc edition of new opus Heart Full of Sky in February and what promises to be a very busy month also sees releases by Steven Wilson’s Blackfield project, Swedish prog-metallers Pain of Salvation and, most amazingly, the first new material in nearly 30 years from US prog rockers Starcastle.

The first few months of the year also sees new albums from abroad including, Brazilians Ashtar, German Band Arilyn, US band Little Atlas and a double live from Frogg Café.  For many, the highlight early in the year will be the second album in the promised two-album sequence by Sylvan, which began with Posthumous Silence.

From Britain there will be new albums in the first part of the year from Galahad, Threshold, Waking the Witch, Bristol band Crimson Sky and, of course, Marillion!

Finally, the Magenta camp will unleash their as-yet untitled fourth studio album around the middle of the year, with several other products – including the long-awaited Trippa album – still to be scheduled.  

Asia live bootlegs
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Written by RogorMortis   
Friday, 29 December 2006
The Four Original Members of ASIA have announced that three of the five 2006 UK dates will be available as official bootlegs as a limited edition release in early 2007 at the gift shop at OriginalAsia.com . These are quality live recordings sanctioned by the band, themselves. Advance orders can be placed here starting after January 10th.  In addition, a comprehensive 2-CD release of the best performances from each show will be released in mid 2007, and again will be available at this website.

As a small offering and a preview of the forthcoming UK live CDs, here is a soundbyte from the recent London show at Shepherds Bush Empire. In case you were wondering, Geoff's keyboard sound was emanating from his Keytar! Best wishes to everyone for a happy and healthy holiday season.
Space Mirrors - Cyndee Lee
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Written by RogorMortis   
Friday, 29 December 2006
From the Space Mirrors website:

New Space Mirrors album is being recorded now and is titled "Majestic-12". This mystical album will guide you through the most enigmatic mysteries of the UFO and alien phenomenon. It will be the musical and lyrical journey through the most crucial mysterious events and UFO conspiracies of the 20th century. Be ready for the trip into the unknown, prepare yourself to face the facts you never heard of before, be ready for the revelations of the most well kept secrets of human civilization!

It will feature legendary saxophonist and performer Nik Turner (Hawkwind co-founder, Space Ritual band, Inner City Unit, Galaktikos, etc.), electric violin virtuoso Cyndee Lee Rule (Spaceseed, Scattered Planets, etc.), fantastic singer Martyr Lucifer from avant-garde extreme metal band Hortus Animae.

Album will consist of 12 tracks. All of the music is recorded. Nik Turner recorded sax, flute and voice for 5 tracks and it sounds superb! Cyndee Lee Rule recorded her Viper violin for 5 tracks also. Martyr Lucifer will enter the studio in January to record vocals for 6 songs. One more singer for a song will be revealed later. Amber and Alisa will do the rest of the vocals on the album.

The core of the band as always is Alisa Coral and Michael Blackman.

The full tracklist and other details will be revealed later. Stay tuned!

For more info, see the Space Mirrors site:

Nektar - More US and Europe dates 2007
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Written by RogorMortis   
Friday, 29 December 2006
Dates for US firste leg and new dates for Europe see below........
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