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The Strawbs - update
Latest News - Music News
Written by Avian   
Monday, 13 November 2006

"A Taste Of Strawbs" is the long awaited 4CD boxed set from the Strawbs, due for release tomorrow 13th November 2006.



The vision behind this CD collection is that it will include all the Strawbs tracks that ought to be in a boxed set, but virtually none of the versions that even devout fans will currently have in their collection. Accordingly it is sourced from the Strawbs' own archives and other sources - unreleased songs, demo versions, alternate mixes, live material, all of which I know will absolutely delight Strawbs fans everywhere. The release date is planned for this autumn.

Having been involved closely with Dave Cousins in helping to put this together, I'm really really delighted with the results - it's the boxed set I would always have wanted from the Strawbs. I'm sure you'll enjoy it.



Details below: 

Last Updated ( Sunday, 12 November 2006 )
Steve Thorne - Marillion
Latest News - Music News
Wednesday, 06 September 2006
BREAKING NEWS - Steve is set to appear at the Marillion Weekend in February 2007. Both Steve and his trusty guitar will hit the stage for a 50 minute set on Saturday 3rd February 2007 at 5pm. Further details can be found on: www.marillionweekend.com.

With Steve's debut album, Emotional Creatures : Part One now a reality, Steve has launched himself into finishing Emotional Creatures: Part Two. With most of the album already recorded in rough demo form, Steve can't wait to get it all polished off and ready for release as he believes that this album holds some of, what he considers to be, his best songs. It's a lot darker than Emotional Creatures : Part One and tackles some pretty touchy subjects. Steve's pretty psyched up about it all, it's a mixture of excitement, determination and focus with a cup of nerves thrown in for good measure...

Nick D'Virgilio was the first of the guest musician to be captured on tape... Nick and Steve joined the amazing Mr Rob Aubrey at his Aubitt Studios in Hampshire to lay down drums for four tracks. Nick can be heard bashing skins on: Toxicana Apocalypso, Crossfire, Hounded, All The Wisemen, Roundabout, The White Dove Song and Sandheads.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 September 2006 )
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Wednesday, 06 September 2006
Italian progressive rock band Presence will finally have a new album released on January 2007 on Italian-based Black Widow label (www.blackwidow.it). They will tour as much as possible to promote the release and concerts in USA, Brasil, Canada and Germany have been planned.
Presence have become quite famous for their sometimes dark sound and long epics and the band can be considered really "progressive" because they have an ambition to move on and progress with their every album. Their lead singer Sophya Baccini has also confirmed some other news which will make all Presence and progressive rock fans happy. The spring 2007 will see the very first Sophya Baccini solo album release! Sophya described her forthcoming solo album to be "less metal than Presence but more dark". Her album (which will be called Aradia) will include one very long epic and some shorter songs which have almost nothing to do with Presence.

The delightful Sophya has her own website www.sophyabaccini.com so people have a chance to find more information about Presence and Sophya´s forthcoming solo album. The site is updated from time to time and included are also some videos.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 September 2006 )
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Wednesday, 06 September 2006
(PR) 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 12th.
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). - sing along at the full story link.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 September 2006 )
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