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Arena - "Ten years on"
Latest News - Music News
Thursday, 05 October 2006

In celebration on Arena's tenth anniversary Verglas Music are releasing a 'best of' album called "Ten Years On" . This album is mainly aimed at people who are unfamiliar with the band, but there are a couple of collectible items for the Arena connoisseur, which include a version of 'Empire of a Thousand Days' from the Pride album with Rob Sowden on vocals.

The artwork work for the new album has been created by Contagion / Pepper's Ghost artist David Wyatt and the release date is 30th. of October.

 

The full tracklisting has now been released and is as follows:

Track Listing:
01: Smoke and Mirrors
02: Skin Game
03: Hanging Tree
04: Butterfly Man
05: Chosen (live)
06: Empire Of A Thousand Days (re-recorded with Rob Sowden)
07: Crack In The Ice
08: Salamander
09: Bedlam Fayre
10: Solomon

The album will be available for release on October 30th, but any advanced orders placed before that date will come signed by Arena founder members Clive Nolan and Mick Pointer.

Meanwhile the band have taken the first steps towards writing for their next studio album.  Clive Nolans says: 'It's a slow proccess, but it has started. I've got a handful of ideas, and we'll be meeting up soon for a writing session. We're not in a hurry for this seventh studio album... we'll just see how it goes.

 

(http://www.elrose.co.uk)

Last Updated ( Thursday, 05 October 2006 )
 
Caamora
Latest News - Music News
Monday, 18 September 2006
Clive Nolan is working on a new project Caamora and this will be a musical based on the novel 'She' by Victorian adventure writer H. Rider Haggard.  The official word is that this epic production will feature guest vocalists, instrumentalists, orchestra and choir, forming a two-hour musical journey. An album will be recorded in the summer of 2007, with a partly staged performance to be filmed in a theatre for DVD in September 2007. The album and DVD box set is planned for release in October 2007.

In the meantime an EP with the title 'Closer' is set for release later this year to give a taster of what is to come.  This EP will contain 5 tracks and is due out towards the end of the year.

'Closer' tracklisting:

1. Half Moon Street – This is a reworking of a Shadowland song.
2. World Somewhere – This song was written as part of the 'She' project.
3. Sacrifice – A wonderful new orchestrated version of the Strangers on a
                   Train song.
4. The Bonding – This song will feature on the 'She' album.
5. Closer - This track has been written especially for the EP

Happily the official website is now up and running and is packed with a wealth of information and pictures so please take a few moments to check it out.

(http://www.caamora.net)
Last Updated ( Monday, 18 September 2006 )
 
King Crimson live
Latest News - Music News
Sunday, 17 September 2006
From King Crimsons site the following download release might have interest


King Crimson’s Roxy Music Goes Live At Last.
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Sep 14, 2006


Well, it’s been a long time coming but KC 81 at the Roxy has been turned on today following some sterling work behind the scenes from tech-guru Eric.  The gig is from an audience recording that has received a bit of the old fairy dust from DGMLive visitor Dan Loretangeli. 

Dan spent a bit of time cleaning and nurturing the tape back to life and sent it to DGM and the opinion of chief necromancers David Singleton and Alex Mundy.  Impressed with what they heard they asked Dan to send in some more, and lo and behold the results of his labour have now gone live.

I asked Dan what prompted him to heroically give his time to this project and, and why this show in particular.

“Having read on DGM and ET about the minimal ’81 material available, I figured this would be a good candidate to work on.  For a 25 year old audience tape, the source was quite good.  Although I have a decent equipment rack that I’ve used for other shows, the Roxy was completed entirely on my DAW (Adobe Audition) with about half a dozen plug-ins thrown in as needed. 

This was one of those shows were I kept stopping the ‘work’, and just listened to this great line-up.  Since I was weaned on ‘80’s KC, this show brings back fond memories of the four 80’s line-up shows I was fortunate enough to attend in the Philadelphia area.  ‘Manhattan’ is in its original working state, and I actually prefer it this way.  Mr. Bruford, who has always seemed to me to be holding back a little, really lets himself go on this set. 

During ‘Red’ ‘Indiscipline’ and ‘Lark’s’, the percussive onslaught leaves no prisoners.  I can almost ‘hear’ RF giving him a ‘look’.  Bill’s drum fill at the end of Lark’s is worth the price of admission alone. 

Ade seems to be having a great time as well, as there are a few comedic moments between him and the pumped-up crowd.  The ‘King Crimson making history!’ line from an overjoyed fan is a classic.”

So Dan stepped up to the plate and gave it his best shot.  And what a shot.  I couldn’t agree more with Dan’s views about this show.  It’s got classic written all the way through it.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 17 September 2006 )
 
Adrian Belew on Australian TV
Latest News - Music News
Sunday, 17 September 2006

A big thanks to Andrew Heynemann for the following description of Ade's  appearance on the Australian TV music quiz Rockwiz. 

"Adrian Belew and Martha Wainwright guested on SBS TV "quiz" show Rockwiz on Saturday the 9th September. Warmly received, he launched into Elephant talk and played 2 very tasty solos, the first one was the rhythm part for Robert’s solo, drenched in surf guitar reverb, the second was a classic Adrian tappy finger/bendy/whammy thingy, very noice! I for one, learned his real first name is actually Robert.

One of the questions was, "what side does Bowie wear his eye patch on Ziggy Stardust", then the host asked if Adrian had ever seen David’s "patch", he replied that he hadn’t but that he had seen Bowie in his underwear and that "the man has no ass to speak of"!

He was also asked, "out of Zappa, Bowie, Byrne and Fripp, who was the weirdest?" He diplomatically answered "being on this show"...On display on set many LPs, including "Remain in Light" and ITCOTCK.

They ended the night with Adrian and Martha duetting on "Heroes" Adrian playing Robert’s lines, or Robert playing Robert! Good fun appeared to be had by all, nice moment when Martha called Julia (the host ),a "wanker" in French!"

(http://www.dgmlive.com/ )

Last Updated ( Sunday, 17 September 2006 )
 
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