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Love From The Planet Gong box set

I'm a huge fan of the new trend of obsessive boxsets, and this from one of my dearest bands:

50 years of Nektar

We put the old band back together to CELEBRATE the 50th ANNIVERSARY of NEKTAR!
The original members of Nektar; Derek "Mo" Moore, Ron Howden, and Mick Brockett are back. We've added Ryche Chlanda from Fireballet and the 78' band, Randy Dembo from the 2005 band, and newcomer and world-class keyboard player, Kendall Scott.

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Tangerine Dream In Search Of Hades unboxing video

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Jethro Tull Every Album, Every Track by Jordan Blum

Jordan's put together a fine appraisal of the music of Jethro Tull, just in time for the 50th anniversary of the band. While I may not agree completely with all his assessments, that's what makes books such a good read, and what better subject than Tulldom? Be sure to pick this one up!

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Focus live 1974

Great clip of Focus live in 1974 performing (amongst others) their entire Hamburger Concerto.

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Atomic Rooster live

Vocalist Pete French and guitarist Steve Bolton have revived Atomic Rooster. Here's a clip of them performing recently, let's hope the festival circuit picks up on them.
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Paul Williams, RIP

Bassist for Zoot Money, singer for Tempest, Alan Holdsworth, Ansley Dunbar, Juicy Lucy and more,
Paul Williams (née Yarlett) passed away at age 78. RIP, my condolences to his family and friends.

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Ingo Bischof, RIP

Longtime Kraan and Karthago keyboardist Ingo Bischof passed away this weekend. Our sincere condolences to his loved ones.

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Happy New Year!

Happy 2019. Thank you to all that purchased the book over the holidays, and to everyone following me on Facebook. I'm going to put the book out of print in April 2019, and split it into two editions: The Record Guide - the timeline of 500 albums - will be available again in late 2019.