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Riverside annonce new CD + gigs
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Written by RogorMortis   
Thursday, 04 January 2007

Rapid Eye Movement

 

We wish you all the best in 2007!
May it be full of musical surprises, which we hope to be a part of .

We've already started working at full steam on the new Riverside album. These days, we're finishing composing the new material and we're about to enter the studio. "Rapid Eye Movement," for this will be the title of our release, will be the most oneiric part of "Reality Dream Trilogy."

Once again, there will be nine compositions (3 x 3), and the graphic design will again be created by Travis Smith.

 

The scheduled date for the release is September 2007 on Inside Out label in the world, and on Mystic Production in Poland.Some of the new compositions will be presented soon during three Riverside gigs:


28.03.2007 - Wiatrak, Zabrze, Poland
30.03.2007 - C.C. de Mortel, Ittervoort, the Netherlands
31.03.2007 - Das Rind, Rüsselsheim, Germany

You're all kindly invited!

More about the new album, reports from the studio etc. will be published soon on our website.
 

 
Puppet Show for Calprog 2007
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Written by RogorMortis   
Thursday, 04 January 2007
We are pleased to announce that the Northern California based Puppet Show has been added to the CalProg roster. They are about to release an album with ProgRock Records called The Tale of Woe next month and the CalProg staff has been really impressed with its contents.

We invite you to visit the website http://www.calprog.com to read their full story and listen to the audio excerpts that have been posted. I think you'll agree that their music is most excellent!

CalProg - May 19, 2007 in Whittier, California
Tickets go on sale March 2 (patron seats 2 weeks before that).

Thanks for your support and stay tuned for further announcements in the near future!
 
Blackfield / Pure Reason Revolution
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Written by RogorMortis   
Wednesday, 03 January 2007

Europe dates:

 

Feb 16 2007      Mean Fiddler     LONDON
Feb 17 2007     Plato     Helmond
Feb 18 2007     Biebob     Vosselaar
Feb 20 2007     Knust     HAMBURG
Feb 21 2007     Kato     Berlin
Feb 22 2007     Proxima Club     WARSAW
Feb 24 2007     Z7     PRATTELN
Feb 25 2007     Alcatraz     MILAN
Feb 26 2007     Matrix     BOCHUM
Feb 27 2007     Café de la Danse     PARIS
Feb 28 2007     Boerderij     Zoetermeer
Mar 3 2007     Fuzz Club     ATHENS
Mar 4 2007     Mylos Club     Salonica
Mar 11 2007     Great American Music Hall     San Francisco, California
Mar 16 2007     Bowery Ballroom     NEW YORK, New York

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 03 January 2007 )
 
Wildlife Charity CD
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Written by RogorMortis   
Wednesday, 03 January 2007

 In December 2004 Belfast-based music writer/biographer Colin Harper unveiled The Wildlife Album. A freelance fundraising venture on behalf of international environmental charity the WWF and the Ulster Wildlife Trust, it featured an eclectic array of local and international folk, rock, jazz and classical artists and was, remarkably, the first wildlife charity to be released in 35 years.

From tiny wings-and-prayers beginnings the album has sold widely and steadily via its dedicated website (www.thewildlifealbum.com) - representing sales to 30 countries across six of the world’s seven continents. Antarctica is the elusive continent thus far but as Harper notes: ‘We come to save penguins, not sell them stuff…’

Now, a year on, Harper and the two charities reveal Live In Hope: The Wildlife Album 2 - a more ambitious, more cohesive collection, with every track on the theme of nature and (as before) with ALL profits going to the charities. Nature columnist Simon Barnes (The Times) provides a sleevenote. Cover star is the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker - the ‘American Dodo’ which reappeared earlier this year in the Big Woods of Arkansas, having been ‘extinct’ for 60 years… Artists featured include Roxy Music, Jethro Tull, Richard Thompson, the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Jan Akkerman, Steve Hackett, Shaun Davey, Bert Jansch and Bruce Cockburn.

Exclusive Live In Hope contributions come from Dutch guitar hero Jan Akkerman, Welsh singer-songwriter Martyn Joseph, Scottish singer-songwriter (and 2005 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards multiple winner) Karine Polwart and cult English rocker Andy Roberts (ex-Liverpool Scene / Plainsong).

Live In Hope: The Wildlife Album 2
1. Daddy Cool - Eagle Rock (1971) 4:11
2. Karine Polwart & The Gladsome Rags - Follow The Heron (2005) * 3.09
3. Jethro Tull - One Brown Mouse (1978) 3.21
4. Mahavishnu Orchestra - Open Country Joy (1973) 3.55
5. Bruce Cockburn - If A Tree Falls (1988) 5.43
6. Andy Roberts - The Raven (2005) * 3.32
7. Steve Hackett - Song To Nature (2005) 3.05
8. Shaun Davey/Liam O’Flynn - A Walk In The Ocean (1990) 4.20
9. Robin Lent - Sea Spray (1971) * * 3.19
10. Martyn Joseph - Dolphins Make Me Cry (2005) * 4.25
11. State River Widening & Anne Briggs - Lowlands (2004) 4.55
12. Bert Jansch - Black Birds Of Brittany (1979) * * 4.38
13. Roxy Music - South Downs (1980) * * 5.10
14. Duffy Power - The River (1973) * * 2.31
15. Janet Holmes - Oh Cumberland (2005) * 3.53
16. Jan Akkerman - Wildflower 2 (2005) * 4.34
17. Lal Waterson - Flight Of The Pelican (1996) 3.43
18. Ali MacKenzie’s Compass Rose - Rathlin Sound (2005) * 4.45
19. Richard Thompson - Summer Is Icumen In (live, 2004) * * 2.59

 
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