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Nebulon – Across The Solar Tides [Full Album]



Nebulon – Across The Solar Tides, released August 12, 2020 – Prometheus Studio. Third album by Nebulon, „Across The Solar Tides“ continues the story on previous releases, and further explores the space/retrosynth ambient landscapes with the inspiration brought by Vangelis and Tangerine Dream in the 80’s ambient/electronic scene. The album puts heavy emphasis on oscillators, arpeggiators and analogue synths from the times when electronic ambient music made its first marks upon the world.

„The Ark descended upon Magnus Cerebri, a self-conscious planet that holds great mysteries of the Universe, and was subsequently destroyed within the planet’s core. But, the crew was kept alive by the unknown planetary EM forces, and was given a new vessel – gigantic interstellar ship called ‚Phaethon‘. It was revealed that another piece of the puzzle to the ultimate nature of Cosmos lies far beyond, across the vast, deep space and into another Galaxy. The ship (obviously made by a very advanced, mysterious technology that blends biological matter with quantum electronics) was a gift to humans from the planet – if they accept the mission. Instructed by the planetary consciousness, the crew travels through the wormhole inside the planet, which will bring them through the local star. With the help of the solar tides, they will travel across the universe and back in time, into a Galaxy that lies at the edge of the known space. There, at the beginning of time itself, when thousands of Suns were being born, the secret awaits.


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First published at on May 7th, 2021.
Auf dem Musikkanal:
Ein schon etwas älteres Musik-Video von mir…
…ist das im übertragenen Sinne immer noch aktuell ??
Hat sich grundlegend etwas verändert??
Eure Meinung ist mir wichtig!
Daher kommentiert bitte und verbreitet das Video, wenn es Euch gefällt. ❤️

Eden – Erwartung

Founded in Eininghausen, Germany in 1977 – Disbanded in 1981

German outfit EDEN was founded in 1977, when three members of the „Freie christliche Jugendgemeinschaft“ decided to form a band; one of the first christian progressive rock bands in Germany.

In the 5 years the band existed they were an active recording and live unit; with a plethora of people involved in the recording of the three albums they released.

The debut album „Erwartung“ was issued in 1978, and the sophomore effort „Perelandra“; based on C. S. Lewis christian science fiction novel of the same name, was issued in 1980.

The third and last creation of Eden was their 1981 production „Heimkehr“; and in December the same year the band gave it’s last public appearance.

A multitude of musicians was involved in Eden prior to folding, and the core members that were involved in all their recorded material were Michael Claren (bass, vocals, guitar), Anne Dierks (vocals), Michael Dierks (keyboards, vocals), Hans Fritzsch (guitars), Hans Müller (drums, percussion), Annette Schmalenbach (vocals), Dirk Schmalenbach (violin, acoustic guitar, sitar, keyboards percussion, vocals).

Dirk Smalenbach would later reappear in the one-off project YAVANNA , who released an album in 1984.

==from Prog Archives

Bryson Gray – Hunter’s iPhone getting HACKED

Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Peter Gunn

Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP) were an English progressive rock supergroup formed in London in April 1970. The band consisted of Keith Emerson (keyboards), Greg Lake (vocals, bass, guitar and producer) and Carl Palmer (drums and percussion). With nine RIAA-certified gold record albums in the US, and an estimated 48 million records sold worldwide, they were one of the most popular and commercially successful progressive rock bands in the 1970s, with a musical sound including adaptations of classical music with jazz and symphonic rock elements, dominated by Emerson’s flamboyant use of the Hammond organ, Moog synthesizer, and piano (although Lake wrote several acoustic songs for the group).

The band came to prominence following their performance at the Isle of Wight Festival in August 1970. In their first year, the group signed with E.G. Records (who distributed the band’s records through Island Records in the United Kingdom, and Atlantic Records in North America), and released Emerson, Lake & Palmer (1970) and Tarkus (1971), both of which reached the UK top five. The band’s success continued with Pictures at an Exhibition (1971), Trilogy (1972), and Brain Salad Surgery (1973, released on ELP’s own Manticore Records label). After a three-year break, Emerson, Lake & Palmer released Works Volume 1 (1977) and Works Volume 2 (1977). After Love Beach (1978), the group disbanded in 1979.

The band reformed partially in the 1980s as Emerson, Lake & Powell featuring Cozy Powell in place of Palmer, who was by then, a member of Asia. Robert Berry then replaced Lake while Palmer returned, forming 3. In 1991, the original trio reformed and released two more albums, Black Moon (1992) and In the Hot Seat (1994), and toured at various times between 1992 and 1998. Their final performance took place in 2010 at the High Voltage Festival in London to commemorate the band’s 40th anniversary. Both Emerson and Lake died in 2016, leaving Palmer as the only surviving member of the band.

==from Wikipedia

Ed Wynne & Gre Vanderloo – Infinity Curtains (Official Video)

Here is the official video for
‘Infinity Curtains’’ from Tumbling Through the Floativerse, by Ozric Tentacles’s founding member, Ed Wynne ft Gre Vanderloo.

Enter the Floativerse this summer with Ed Wynne’s new solo album ‚Tumbling Through the Floativerse‘, out now on Blue LP, Black LP, CD and Digital via Kscope.


Nobby, the Bluesman – Winter in Deutschland (Originalsong)

Impressionen aus dem Winter, als sich in Deutschland die Welt veränderte. Mit Grüßen an Heinrich Heine …


„Frieren für den Frieden“ – Corona Bavaria (Offizielles Video) Ohne Gas kein Spaß! :)

„Wo man singt, da lass dich nieder – böse Menschen haben keine Lieder!“

EIN BISSCHEN FRIEREN – Intermezzo des Tages #28 – Alien’s Best Friend – Ein bisschen Frieden-Satire

Da fällt einem nix mehr ein, so bekloppt sind die …


Guten Morgen

HallMack – Angst

HallMack – Angst (Musikvideo)
Musik & Text: #HallMack
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Awaken – Yes

From Wikipedia:
Awaken is a song by the British progressive rock band Yes released on their acclaimed 1977 album Going for the One. At 15 minutes and 31 seconds it is the longest track on the album, occupying most of the second side of the LP.

Many Yes fans, as well as lead singer/songwriter Jon Anderson himself, consider this song to be the best track in the band’s entire recorded output: „We had a hit record! I loved listening to ‚Awaken‘, at last we had created a Masterwork.“ Like many extended Yes pieces, the song has a very complex harmonic and rhythmic structure and enigmatic lyrics.

Along with the track „Parallels“, also released on Going for the One, the song features a church organ played by Rick Wakeman. According to the booklet of the 2003 CD reissue, these parts were recorded at St. Martins Church, Vevey, Switzerland. In addition the track features a harp played by Jon Anderson, especially prominent in the quiet middle section beginning at 6:38 in the song.

An embryonic version called „High Vibration“ had already been played at some concerts back in 1975 when the band was promoting their previous album Relayer. Lasting something over one minute it only featured the starting lyrics (up to „Where Can I Be“) and melody by Jon Anderson with a gentle layer of Steve Howe’s guitar and Patrick Moraz’s mellotron. At that time the tune was used as a melodic announcement to „The Gates of Delirium“.

Since 1977 the song´s staple in concerts has been Chris Squire playing a triple neck bass guitar featuring two fretted necks (6- and 4-string) and a 4-string fretless one. From the first verse on up to the short bass interlude he would be playing the fretless bass using a pick. For the „Master of Time“ parts (both before and after the long organ solo) he would be fingerplucking the fretted 4-string, while the 6-string one would be picked during the organ solo. The instrument had originally been commissioned by Rick Wakeman for Roger Newell, the bass player in his solo band English Rock Ensemble, but was handed over to Squire, much to Newell’s irritation. The original instrument was a Wal, built by Electric Wood in England, and it is currently on loan to the Hard Rock Cafe in New York. The instrument Yes has been using for many years is a Japanese-made replica.


Endlich ist es soweit. Das Video zum Song ist fertig.

Nachdem 2020 die Corona-Version Vorrang hatte, feiert
nun das Original seinen ersten Auftritt. Und das gleich in
der Extended Edition. In fast 7 Minuten werden hier alle
Themen, die uns schon vor Corona den Irrsinn in diesem
Land aufgezeigt haben, behandelt.

Von Ursachen und Folgen der Flüchtlingskrise.
Von Klimareligionen bis zu Genderperversionen.
Alle Themen, die uns auch nach wie vor beschäftigen,
sind in dem Video verarbeitet.




Wichtig: teilt das Video auch außerhalb der TG-Blase,
denn es verdeutlicht einmal mehr, dass wir uns hier
mitten in Absurdistan befinden.

Hier gibt es den Song als MP3:
Und hier den Text:

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Kopperfield – Can’t Find My Wine

Formed in 1971 in Edwardsburg, Michigan. U.S.
Disbanded in 1975
Members were Paul Decker (Back Vocals, Keyboard, Percussions), Jimmy Robinson (Vocals), Bill Wallace (Guitar, Keyboards), Chuck Eagan (Guitar, Back Vocals), Tom Curtis (Drums), Keith Robinson (Back Vocals, Keyboards), Jerry Opdycke (Bass, Back Vocals)

Kopperfield emerged out of the ashes of a couple high school bands in Edwardsberg, MI. Keyboard player Keith Robinson and bassist Jerry Opdycke were in competing combos, but were also good friends who had frequently jammed and discussed the possibility of connecting in a band. The opportunity finally presented itself when their respective bands began to disintegrate in the fall of 1971. Opdycke soon put in a call to Robinson. Chuck Eagan and longtime friend Bill Wallace accompanied Opdycke into the group on guitars and Robinson brought in his little brother Jimmy as the lead vocalist. Tom Curtis, at the time playing bass in another band, joined on drums. The new collection of players jammed and gelled instantly and Kopperfield was formed. From the very beginning, they were writing a prodigious number of original songs. By 1972, they had worked up enough courage to journey to Chicago and record some of them, although they were still rough early efforts. By 1973, the material had improved so much that the band began work on its Tales Untold project in between extensive stretches on the road. Kopperfield also lost Wallace during this period and replaced him with another keyboard player and vocalist, Paul Decker. Tales Untold was finally finished and released in 1974 and Kopperfield immediately began work on its second LP, tentatively titled Back to Bitchin‘ (the album was never finished or released). They also signed with a booking agency out of Chicago, allowing them to open for groups and artists like Foghat, Country Joe McDonald, Kansas, the James Gang, and H.P. Lovecraft. By 1975, however, Kopperfield came to an end.

==from Discogs®

Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Still….You Turn Me On

Formed in London, UK in 1970 – Disbanded in 1979 – Regrouped between 1991-1998 – Reunited briefly in 2010

ELP revolutionized the 70’s rock scene by introducing a new line-up format. This fact really mattered due to each musician’s geniality and unlimited talent that, put together, generated a level of music never achieved by anybody else as of yet. All of the musicians came from established bands before joining forces together: Greg LAKE came from KING CRIMSON, Carl PALMER came from ATOMIC ROOSTER, and Keith EMERSON came from THE NICE.

They explored their capabilities to an extreme, even with the technology limitations of the early 70’s, breaking ground, setting the new parameters for a new vein in the english pop music (at the time) which would be called progressive music. ELP released 10 outstanding albums during the 70’s, and after a long break, they got back in the 90’s with a new approach, but still making good music. In 1986 Cozy POWELL replaced PALMER and they put together EMERSON, LAKE and POWELL, a good effort as well.

They’ve pushed their ambitions over-the-edge. On „Tarkus“ the title suite was an inventive and edgy suite revolving around jazzy textures. Their most popular album „Brain Salad Surgery“, was their most grandiose and refined. Next, the more adventurous listener might try „Trilogy“ or ELP’s self-titled first album. In my opinion, these four albums form the core of ELP’s best material. Other good ELP albums include „Pictures at an Exhibition“, their provocative, fiery and intense take on a classical work. and „Welcome Back My Friends To The Show That Never Ends“, a triple-live album (now on double-CD) with some absolutely stunning playing.

2016 was a sad year for Prog fans, because Keith and Greg left us, Rest in Peace and thank you for everything

==from Prog Archives

Immigrant song (metal cover by Leo Moracchioli)

Original by Led Zeppelin

Raven Of Light – Future World [Full Album]

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Harmonium – Histoires Sans Paroles

This Quebec-based Progressive rock band, who sang in French, has a very apt name in HARMONIUM. The core was a folk trio formed by guitarists Serge FIORI and Michel NORMANDEAU, and bassist Louis VALOIS. Their career was short (five years) and they released three studio albums in the mid-Seventies and a posthumous live album. They started off as a jazzy and typically French folk trio but began to delve into more progressive material on their brilliant second album, „Si on avait besoin d’une cinquième saison“ („If We Needed a Fifth Season“). They are regarded as one of the finest exponents (along with POLLEN and MANEIGE) of the „Golden Era of Quebec Progressive Music“ Scene.

„Harmonium“ is a „folky“ album, but it contains progressive elements too. By their 2nd album, they were very much a cross between a symphonic rock band and a folk band; an interesting combination which you can hear most clearly on the 20-minute „Histoire Sans Paroles“. Overall, a perfect album to start your French Canadian prog collection. With „L’Heptade“, they reached their symphonic/progressive zenith. In addition to the now increasingly large band, classical instruments and mellotron are used throughout. This elegant double album is a testament to the potential of the genre. Both are really satisfying; if you are a confirmed proggy-prog band head,to begin with. „Harmonium en tournée“ is an excellent live version of their conceptual work „L’Heptade“. Fans of brave musical experiments and elegant songwriting could not be disappointed by HARMONIUM…!

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