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Andy Tillison
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Sunday, 08 October 2006

Andy Tillison writes...


Last time Andy Tillison tried to make a solo album, he failed and made a Tangent record instead. This time it is not going to be hi-jacked. His new effort is currently in advanced stages of recording and is described as a "Fusion of German 70s Style Electronica and eclectic Jazz" Predominently an Instrumental album, Andy has not been able to resist singing too, so expect some new songs in this unusual style. The album will now be called "Aubrac" and not as previosly reported "Kohlen Nach NeuSchloss". It is due for release later this year on PROGJAM records.

Theo Travis, Krister Jonsson and Andy Tillison have all contributed to the new album by Karmakanic, a Jonas Reingold project. The third album is still in production. Andy can be heard on Hammond organ and a couple of synth sections, and of course Theo is on Sax and Flute. Bearing in mind that Zoltan Csorsz plays drums for KM, it therefore means that no less than 5 Tangenteers will be on the CD. Incestuous? Not us, our cousins, or anyone else in our extended family!!!

In Demo stages is an album by SECOND THOUGHTS, an album by ex Nice and Roxy Music guitarist Davey O List. The album will be produced and co-performed by Andy Tillison from The Tangent. It features large scale musical compositions and songs. Andy is handling all keyboards for the album, Davey will be singing and playing his unique guitar style that hasn't been heard in progressive rock circles for many a long year. This will definitely be one to look out for. More info at DAVEY'S SITE http://www.davidolist.com/ .

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Sunday, 08 October 2006
Presented orginally as a  side-project of Paul Craddick while hestill held the rods in Enchant, Xen is about to re-emerge. It is however not known if Doug Ott and Ted Leonard will be again of the part. In addition, the drummer Paul Craddick will also appear on the next album of The Wishing Tree, a side project of Steve Rothery

From Xen myspace:

After being grounded for some time, in order to undergo maintenance and various systems-upgrades, Xen-Air flight 84k is being wheeled out of the hangar.

There's a growing sense that the weather conditions may be auspicious to take this bird into flight once again.

If the gods smile on these first, tentative steps back into the public arena, newly recorded material and live performances are likely to follow. Future Xentriloquists may include Bay Area staples Bad Platt on Bass, and Sean "Puffy" Flunders on the skins.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 08 October 2006 )
Opeth cancel tour to S America
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Sunday, 08 October 2006
Sweden's OPETH has posted the following message on its official web site:
"Despite trying to come to South America numerous times, it is with regret that OPETH cannot get to South America this year. [Doing] a proper headline show involves OPETH bringing a lot of equipment with them. New airline excess baggage rules mean that this equipment now has to be freighted and the costs of doing this did not make the tour financially viable. We will do our utmost to try and get to South America on the next album tour cycle."

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Dream Theater recording
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Sunday, 08 October 2006
DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy revealed during an appearance last night (Oct. 6) on the "Friday Night Rocks" radio show on New York's Q104.3 FM that the band has ended its longtime collaboration with and is currently in talks with several labels about a possible new record deal. In addition, the group has entered a New York City studio with engineer Paul Northfield (RUSH, QUEENSRŸCHE, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, MARILYN MANSON) to begin recording its follow-up to 2005's "Octavarium", tentatively due next April/May. A few excerpts from Portnoy's "Friday Night Rocks" interview follow below:
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