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Also Eden Debut CD now out
Latest News - Music News
Wednesday, 20 September 2006

Exactly one year late, Also Eden's debut CD, appropriately titled "About time", has just arrived from the manufacturers. The CD will be officially launched at the Summer's End Festival on Sept 30th / Oct 1st, but is available to order directly from the band now. All CDs ordered before the festival will be sold at the special price of £8 INCLUDING P&P (UK mainland only - please contact Also Eden for postage to other destinations).


Band introduction see below.........



Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 September 2006 )
Weather Report - Legacy
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Tuesday, 19 September 2006

The long-awaited Legacy box set covering one of the most important and best known jazz-rock bands of the 1970s. Started by Joe Zawinul & Wayne Shorter in 1971 after they left Miles Davis's bands, Weather Report went on to achieve worldwide success both in and outside of the jazz world. The set includes 3CDs of music, selected by Zawinul & Shorter, including the key cuts from the band's phenomenal studio albums released under their own name as well as tracks made with Miles Davis & others, plus previously unreleased live material and mixes. The bonus DVD contains footage from a previously unreleased live performance from the classic 1978 lineup, featuring Peter Erskine and Jaco Pastorius. The comprehensive booklet with sleevenotes is by Bob Belden, the series producer for the acclaimed Miles Davis box sets.


Track listings see below........ 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 19 September 2006 )
ELO - 35 years
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Tuesday, 19 September 2006
Electric Light Orchestra continues their 35th Anniversary celebration with the release of On The Third Day, Face The Music, and A New World Record on September.

The 30th anniversary celebration of Electric Light Orchestra’s creation in 1971 – which began in 2001-2001 with the release of the three-CD Flashback box set and digitally remastered (for the first time) expanded editions of Eldorado – A Symphony (1974), Discovery (1979), Time (1981), and Secret Messages (1983) – now turns into their 35th anniversary, with long-awaited expanded editions of the first two ELO albums, NO ANSWER (1971, featuring “10538 Overture”) and ELO 2 (1973, with “Roll Over Beethoven”). 

They are the first wave of ELO expanded editions on Epic/Legacy that will continue over the course of 2006 with subsequent releases of On The Third Day (1973), Face The Music (1975), A New World Record (1976), Out Of The Blue (1977), and Balance Of Power (1986).

Three and a half decades after the ELO concept first turned on the world to the possibilities of orchestral rock beyond the walls of classical music, Jeff Lynne returns to the original analog master source tapes to complete the first compre­hensive album restoration campaign in ELO history.  The group thrived for 15 years under Lynne’s guidance, during which time they recorded and released 12 original studio albums and (in the U.K. only) one live LP.   At their peak between 1974 and 1981, ELO amassed a string of nine consecutive RIAA gold, platinum and multi-platinum albums, spanning three different record labels; through 1986 (when Lynne disbanded the group), they charted over two dozen singles on the Billboard Hot 100, including 20 Top 40 hits.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 19 September 2006 )
Phideaux new album
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Tuesday, 19 September 2006


Greetings to all the readers, and leaders of the various record labels  who patrol these airwaves. I wanted to let any interested folks know that the new album from Phideaux is now available. The album is called "The Great Leap" and is part one of a projected trilogy of conceptual albums.
You might call this an Eco-Armageddon Fable. Meanwhile, the new album is an 11 track opus of shorter pieces (as contrasted with part two which will be three interlocking pieces of longer duration). Our music is on the simpler side of the progressive spectrum, floating somewhere between the first Peter Gabriel album and Pink Floyd. While many current progressive rock bands take their inspiration from heavy metal and the AOR sounds of Styx, Journey and Toto, we find our inspiration in some of the darker musics such as The Cure, Joy Division, Roxy Music mixed with a bit of Bowie, Tull, Floyd and a definite dose of Van der graaf Generator.

Please come and take a listen on myspace.com if you wish. And prepare for part two: "Doomsday Afternoon" hopefully later in the year.  



Last Updated ( Tuesday, 19 September 2006 )
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