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Karl Jenkins Doctor of Music
Latest News - Music News
Wednesday, 06 September 2006
Earlier this year karl was made a Doctor of Music by the Universitry of Wales.

EMI Classics have just released a compilation album, The Essential Karl Jenkins/Adiemus that immediately went into the UK Classsical chart. At one point in May there were three Karl jenkins albums in the classical top ten, The Essential...., Requiem & The Armed Man. He is once again in Classic FM's Hall of Fame and is at number four in the Hall of Fame of British composers.

Sony BMG have just released “Tlep” which is a work composed by Karl for Marat Bisengaliev and the West Kazakhstan Philharmonic Orchestra with the Finnish Vocal Ensemble. “Tlep” which combines Kazak and Western European elements also features indigenous Kazak folk instruments.

Karl is currently working on an album with the great soprano, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa. This, as yet, untitled CD contains seven compositions by Karl together with his orchestrations of seven others by composers such as Faure and Guastavino. The album, due for release on EMI Classics in October also features the Adiemus Singers, guitarist Martin Taylor, recorder virtuoso Pamela Thorby and the London Symphony Orchestra.

On August 8th, Karl conducted 'The Armed Man: A Mass For Peace' at the National Eisteddfod of Wales in Swansea.

In March, Adiemus performed in Tokyo, for three nights at the Orchard Hall to great acclaim.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 September 2006 )
Alan Parson remasters
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Wednesday, 06 September 2006

All Alan Parsons Project albums which were released during the "Arista-era" will be re-released as remastered and expanded edition. At this moment there is no information available as to how 'expanded' the new remasters will be.
The release will be done in three batches, with Pyramid, Turn Of A Friendly Card, Eye In The Sky and Stereotomy kicking off on September 4th.
I Robot and Vulture Culture will follow on September 11th, and finally Ammonia Avenue, Eve and Gaudi will not see the light of day until next year January 8th.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 September 2006 )
Pain of Salvation new album
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Wednesday, 06 September 2006
Pain of Salvation  - 2006-08-29

A lot of fans are wondering about the coming album Scarsick, so what could be better than a studio report at this point? That said, let's take a trip to Sweden and see what's happening with the coming album... see below
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 September 2006 )
Mr. So & So back
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Wednesday, 06 September 2006

They’re back! After a six year hiatus the nucleus of the band re-established contact and with a complete line-up are now raring to go.

Originally formed in 1991, the band released their debut album "Paraphernalia" the following year, this was swiftly followed by their second album "Compendium". In 1996 they arrived at Steve Rothery’s Dorian Music label and this culminated in the critically acclaimed 3rd album "The Overlap" and they embarked on support slots on Marillion’s This Strange Engine and Radiation tours.

Exciting times lay ahead for this highly creative and musical five-some! They have been confirmed as one of the support acts on the Marillion Weekend 2007, they recently joined forces with Moodbully Management and are working towards the release of their 4th studio album…
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