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New Iona album primo September
Latest News - Music News
Sunday, 13 August 2006

 Press release from Iona


The main news we have is that, after a bit of a delay, the brand new Iona studio album 'The Circling Hour' is currently being manufactured and we are expecting finished copies to arrive at the beginning of September. The band are unanimous in their feeling that this is definately one of the best Iona albums to date.

The album contains a full 65 minutes of new Iona music with a seamless blend of songs and instrumental sections, with all the band members excelling themselves in their performances. The album was mixed in Los Angeles by John Kellogg (who has worked on 5.1 surround sound mixes for Chicago, Foreigner, Deep Purple, ELP, The Black Crowes and many more) - with Dave and Troy overseeing the latter stages of the process. John has brought a new clarity and directness to the Iona sound, whilst retaining the huge dynamic range the band are known for.

There are some truly emotive and breathtaking moments, not least the guest appearance, right at the end of the album, by Mostly Autumn singer Heather Findlay.

The running order is as follows;

1.Empyrean Dawn
2.Children of Time
3.Strength
4.Wind off the Lake
5.Factory of Magnificent Souls
6.Skymaps
7.No Fear in Love
8.Wind, Water and Fire
9.Fragment (of a fiery sun)

 

Last Updated ( Sunday, 13 August 2006 )
 
Bruford : Rock goes to College
Latest News - Music News
Sunday, 13 August 2006

A new DVD with 42 minute all-regions concert filmed at Oxford Polytechnic on March 7th 1979 with Bill Bruford has been released. The band only made two appearances in its short life, both on national UK TV shows, with this being the second of the two. It was a groundbreaking electric rock group four of  whose members- Allan Holdsworth, Jeff Berlin, Annette Peacock and Bill Bruford- already possessed or went on
to develop, individual voices within jazz. Keyboardist Dave Stewart subsequently achieved substantial success in the pop singles world with Barbara Gaskin.

 

This DVD is released intially as a Special Edition, limited to a few copies.


More information is availble on  
www.brufordrockgoestocollege.co.uk

 

Last Updated ( Sunday, 13 August 2006 )
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