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Patrick Moraz DVD
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Written by RogorMortis   
Tuesday, 19 December 2006
Patrick Moraz Live At Princeton DVD

The latest release to come from Patrick Moraz is an archive release from 1995 and is a solo filmed performance. The concert took place at Westminster Choir College Princeton New Jersey and captures Patrick’s piano work perfectly. Tracks include Blue Monk and the Intro from Best Years of Our Lives which was originally from The Story of I.

As with the albums in the series of re issued Patrick Moraz albums Patrick has personally overseen the re mastering process for this for release.

Ad Infinitum
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Written by RogorMortis   
Tuesday, 19 December 2006

 Following the discussion that Ad Infinitum looked like being another one album band Todd Bravermann wrote the following in a forum dicussing amongst other things the band Cathedral.

"Thanks for the extremely kind words. I've been working diligently (yeah right) on the second CD. I have all the songs in my head and am trying to find the time to set it down to 1 and zeros. I'm going to work on it over Xmas break. I think the songs are better 'crafted' on this one than the first. It is just very hard to find blocks of time to work on something that is so time consuming, but worthwhile.

Anywho, DO NOT BUY ANY CATHEDRAL!!!! The first one is OK and yes, you can hear the keys. The second one my good friends (yeah right) decided to mix me out (Now I know what Hackett felt like on Seconds Out!). Why? Because in the middle of recording the second set of four songs, the other band members decided they wanted to be Pearl Jam not Progressive. I only stayed in the band to finish up JUNKDRAWER; otherwise, I would have bailed on those guys sooner. AD INFINITUM is basically an F U to those guys


The once and future line-up is Craig Wall and myself splitting duties between guitar and bass. I'm handling the keyboards and arrangements. Goose is having some life-issues, but I'm sure he will be ready, willing and able to play drums and vocals. Hmmmm, perhaps we should call this disc AND THEN THERE WERE THREE?? Nah. Maybe I should get Fish and Nik Kershaw to sing lead on some tracks and call it STILL??? Todd Braverman, Tony Banks, same initials . . . I'm starting to see some pretty scary similarities. Anyway, based upon the warm comments here, I MUST finish this disc. You guys will not be disappointed, except Prog Bear and a few others who shall remain nameless who don't dig us. "

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 19 December 2006 )
Zeppelin and others sues site
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Written by RogorMortis   
Tuesday, 19 December 2006

Reuters reports: Some of rock 'n' roll's biggest names have teamed up to sue the owner of a Web site that specializes in streaming rare concert recordings. Wolfgang's Vault offers thousands of recordings of rare audio and video music performances collected over 30 years by Bill Graham, a famous concert promoter who died in 1991.

On Monday, major rock names including Grateful Dead Productions, Carlos Santana and members of Led Zeppelin and The Doors, sued the current owner, claiming it was illegally offering recordings to stimulate sales of other products

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Written by RogorMortis   
Tuesday, 19 December 2006
In October Starcastle wrote on their site:

Thanks to all who have written expressing enthusiasm and anticipation of the new Starcastle record! Mixing has been completed, and we are expecting the mastered recordings back from The Lodge in NYC, where Emily Lazar has been plying her magic. We are developing the artwork now, and look forward to getting the finished package into your hands as soon as possible.

And today the following could be read:

Actually this will be coming out on ProgRock Records, we expect to announce it with audio samples and all that in a week or so, the artwork is almost complete and looks fantastic. The album is really good and you can hardly tell the difference with Al's voice from Terry's. The store street date for this will be march 13th, but it will be available from our shop right around the end of january or early february. Everyone that has heard it so far thinks it is the best thing they've done.

Remember Starcastle  will be headlining the fabulous Rites of Spring Festival, Friday April 27th 2007. Please check http://www.rosfest.com/ for details.

Confirmed to appear with the band that night are Stephen Tassler (drums), Matt Stewart (guitar), Bruce Botts (guitar) and Al Lewis (vocals). A keyboardist and bassist are still being decided on, along with potential special guests...(rumours say that Terry will guest on old songs)  The band will play material from the new record, "Song of Times", as well as songs from previous records.

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