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  1. Próximos lanzamientos en la Música

    https://burningshed.com/store/kingcrimson/king-crimson_live-in-newcastle-december-8-1972_cd?fbclid=IwAR3q_0-4cngNhp8YdyvO7ukizMeinw4gc0HxFDAtfWCvXLWzw33B0Hln-Ws Taken from a cassette recording - with audio restored and mastered by DGM - Live in Newcastle, December 8, 1972 showcases the Larks' Tongues in Aspic line-up shortly before it went on to produce that classic album. Despite its source, this is the best sounding live recording of the incredible Fripp, Wetton, Bruford, Cross and Muir King Crimson configuration. --------- It’s remarkable, from this distance in time, to imagine that a band with four chart albums (and an official live bootleg) in its history and the reputation such entailed, could embark on a UK tour with a completely new line-up featuring just a single surviving founding member, playing a set consisting of newly composed material, some on the spot improvisations and, usually, an encore of one familiar tune - 21st Century Schizoid Man - and be expected by management and promoters not just to fill halls around the country but to sufficiently entertain the audiences from city to city so as not to get bottled off stage. 

Welcome to King Crimson’s autumn/winter tour of the UK in 1972.
! The best single live example of Jamie Muir’s short time with this line-up, this was King Crimson confidently playing the material that would, for the most part, make up the classic Larks’ Tongues in Aspic album. Live in Newcastle, December 8, 1972 is the 48th title in the King Crimson Collectors’ Club series. 1. Larks’ Tongues in Aspic Part One 2. Book of Saturday 3. Improv I 4. Exiles 5. Easy Money 6. Improv II 7. The Talking Drum 8. Larks’ Tongues in Aspic Part Two
  2. Steven Wilson sobre Greta Van Fleet

    https://www.planetrock.com/news/rock-news/steven-wilson-slams-abysmal-third-rate-led-zeppelin-impersonators-greta-van-fleet/?fbclid=IwAR1YY1kOaBY3qtLyw_lQUwe-3FOxEptAVAzhzZJ7lZfQWZgIZrJKqazYY0g Steven Wilson slams ‘abysmal', 'third-rate Led Zeppelin impersonators' Greta Van Fleet News Home More from Rock News Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 11:34am By Scott Colothan @scottcolothan Share on Facebook Share on Messenger Share on Twitter Steven Wilson and Greta Van Fleet's Josh Kiszka © Getty Progressive rocker Steven Wilson has savaged Greta Van Fleet calling them “terrible” and “like a boy band version of Led Zeppelin.” The former Porcupine Tree frontman recently sat down for a wide-ranging chat with Denmark's "myROCK" podcastwhen he was asked whether he likes his career “being in the shadows” or would he "prefer to be recognised in the mainstream?” Despite selling out multiple nights at the Royal Albert Hall and having a fervent fanbase, the host pointed out to Wilson that he could be “the most successful artist that no one knows.” Wilson responded: “If you make something you’re really proud of, the natural instinct is to want to share it with as many people as possible. In a way the more people that appreciate what you do the more validated you feel. 108 people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy “Now, of course, that’s kind of facile in the sense that we see the biggest audiences in the world for the most banal, sh***y music. And sometimes the best music has a smaller cult audience. But there are examples in history, of course there are many, many examples in history where the most extraordinary music has reached the biggest audiences; The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Who (and) more recently bands like Muse, Radiohead, bands I really admire have reached massive audiences. “And I’ve always thought to myself ‘well, why couldn’t I achieve that too?’ I’m not saying I’m as good as those artists but I think potentially y’know I could reach an audience like that.” He added: “So, there’s an element of always like the frustration is always there that if I’d had a little bit more recognition from mainstream media it would have been easier than it has been. So, although I do sell a good amount of tickets and I sell a good amount of records it’s been very much a struggle for 25 years to build up to this point whereas I see some bands get all the help and all the recognition, all the assistance of massive media exposure almost from the very beginning of their career.” Highlighting Greta Van Fleet as an apparent prime example of this, Wilson added: “I mean that terrible band Greta Van Fleet. Do you know that band? I think they're absolutely abysmal. I think they're terrible. I think it's a joke. “But they are an example of a band, because they're pretty young boys, they look like a boy band, they play this really piss-poor, third-rate impersonation of Led Zeppelin. But they're pretty and they've had all the help of the media, the commercial machine behind them, and they've been able to reach a massive audience almost overnight by playing third-rate music. “And I don't believe for one minute that anyone will even remember who they are in 10 years. Now, I might be wrong — maybe they'll prove me wrong. Maybe they'll suddenly develop into a good band and make a good record. But the point is, at the moment, they're not. They're a bunch of good looking… they’re like a boy band version of Led Zeppelin." He continued: “Now, look, when you look and you see that… listen I understand why that happens. I’m not naïve. I understand that a lot of the industry is based around being young, pretty, having the right kind of image and all that stuff. And I've never had any of those things. I've never been pretty. I mean, I have been young, but I'm not young now, so I understand. I'm 51 years old. “That's not gonna work for me. So there is this frustration that the media has been slightly resistant to what I do and I feel as though I’ve been working against that – bashing my head against that wall.” In January, Greta Van Fleet singer Josh Kiszka has called for an end to their Led Zeppelin comparisons saying it’s time to “move on.” “Obviously we hear the similarity (to Led Zeppelin),” Kiszka told Rolling Stone. “That’s one of the influences of ours. But at this point it’s like, ‘Okay, we’ve acknowledged that. Let’s move on.'” Greta Van Fleet tour the UK this November after they were forced to postpone their March dates due to singer Josh Kiszka contracting an upper respiratory infection. Steven Wilson’s last studio album ‘To the Bone’ was released in August 2017. His live album, 'Home Invasion', recorded at London's Royal Albert Hall, will be released as a deluxe 5LP vinyl edition on Friday 29th March.
  3. King Crimson - Felices 50 Aniversario !!!!

    Van a CERRAR la gira en Chilito, en Octubre ufffff Ojalá atinen y hagan más de un concierto. Las entradas se van a agotar antes que Backstreet Boys
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    Este año se viene la edición 50 aniversario A esperar qué trae !!!
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    Este cover está dando mucho que hablar. Rodrigo y Gabriela, el dúo de guitarras mexicano, realizando su interpretación de ... ECHOES!
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    Para mis amigos fans de Rush, escuchen YYNOT https://yynot.bandcamp.com/album/yynot-debut-album
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    Lo nuevo de Gong
  8. Pucha que lata Viste que hay interesados en las otras cosas por separado!
  9. Próximos lanzamientos en la Música

    http://www.superdeluxeedition.com/news/alan-parsons-the-secret/#more-147782 5.1 mix on CD+DVD combo • official store exclusives, including SIGNED Alan Parsons returns with a new album, The Secret, in April. The 11-track album sees “a return to the pop-rock sound with symphonic and progressive rock interludes which the Alan Parsons Project was known for” and features guest appearances from the likes of Jason Mraz, Lou Gramm and more. You can preview ‘Miracle’ below. The album is released on CD, vinyl LP, CD+DVD combo (with a 5.1 surround mix on the DVD) and a five-disc box set edition that offers CD, DVD, vinyl and the two-CD “LiveSpan” set as a digital download (in addition to a T-shirt, lithograph and more). The Secret CD+DVD+LP+2CD box set The official store offers signed CDs, blue vinyl, and some special bundles. The Secret is released on 26 April 2019. 1. THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE (Instrumental) 2. MIRACLE (Lead Vocal: Jason Mraz) 3. AS LIGHTS FALL (Lead Vocal: Alan Parsons) 4. ONE NOTE SYMPHONY (Lead Vocal: Todd Cooper) 5. SOMETIMES (Lead Vocal: Lou Gramm) 6. SOIRÉE FANTASTIQUE (Lead Vocal: Todd Cooper, Alan Parsons) 7. FLY TO ME (Lead Vocal: Mark Mikel) 8. REQUIEM (Lead Vocal: Todd Cooper) 9. YEARS OF GLORY (Lead Vocal: PJ Olsson) 10. THE LIMELIGHT FADES AWAY (Lead Vocal: Jordan Huffman) 11. I CAN’T GET THERE FROM HERE (Lead Vocal: Jared Mahone)
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    Lo nuevo de Alan Parsons !!!!
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    https://elp.tmstor.es/cart/product.php?id=41412 Legendary progressive rock giants Emerson, Lake & Palmer were formed in 1970 by the brilliant keyboard virtuoso Keith Emerson, gifted singer / composer / guitarist Greg Lake and dynamic drummer / percussionist Carl Palmer. Torchbearers of the progressive rock sound, ELP jointly created the supergroup concept and are among the most important bands in the history of rock music, helping to broaden the genre audience into tens of millions. One of the most commercially successful rock bands of the 1970s, ELP’s first 7 albums reached U.K. Top 10 and U.S. Top 20. Despite the tragic deaths of Keith Emerson and Greg Lake in 2016, their inspirational music lives on. This new 4LP Anthology showcases the immense musical talents of all three members, and contains a wealth of career-spanning ELP audio and visual treasure. - Tracks from all the original albums. - 'Galaxy Effect' coloured vinyl. - Insert with sleeve notes by Chris Welch and band photos. - Mastered digitally from HD sources and half-speed for superior audio quality. - Over 3 1/2 hours of music Side One 1. The Barbarian 2. Take A Pebble 3. Knife-Edge 4. Lucky Man Tracks taken from the album Emerson, Lake &Palmer (1970) Side Two 1. Tarkus: i. Eruption ii. Stones Of Years iii. Iconoclast iv. Mass v. Manticore vi. Battlefield vii. Aquatarkus 2. Bitches Crystal 3. A Time And A Place. Tracks taken from the album Tarkus (1971) Side Three 1. Promenade (Part 1 2. The Gnome 3. Promenade (Part 2) 4. The Hut Of Baba Yaga (Part 1) 5. The Curse Of Baba Yaga 6. The Hut Of Baba Yaga (Part 2) 7. The Great Gates Of Kiev 8. Nutrocker Tracks taken from the album Pictures At An Exhibition (1971) Side Four 1. The Endless Enigma (Part 1) 2. From The Beginning 3. Living Sin 4. Hoedown 5. Abaddon's Bolero. Tracks taken from the album Trilogy (1972) Side Five 1. Jerusalem 2. Still .... You Turn Me On 3. Karn Evil 9 1st Impression – Part 1 4. Karn Evil 9 1st Impression – Part 2 5. Toccata. Tracks 1-4 taken from the album Brain Salad Surgery (1973), 5 from Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends - Ladies and Gentlemen (1974) Side Six 1. Fanfare For The Common Man 2. Pirates 3. Tank Tracks taken from the album Works Volume 1 (1977) Side Seven 1. Peter Gunn Theme 2. C'est La Vie 3. Watching Over You 4. I Believe In Father Christmas 5. Honky Tonk Train Blues 6. For You 7. Canario. Tracks 1-3 taken from the album Works Live (1993), 4 & 5 from Works Volume 2 (1977), 5 & 6 from Love Beach (1978) Side Eight 1. Farewell To Arms 2. Affairs Of The Heart 3. Romeo And Juliet 4. Daddy 5. Hand Of Truth 6. Tiger In A Spotlight Tracks 1-3 taken from the album Black Moon (1992), 4 & 5 from In The Hot Seat (1994), 6 from Then & Now (1998)
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    THE PIANO ROOM : 2084 (Irma Records, 2019) 2084 is a new concept album by The Piano Room aka the italian keyboardist and composer Francesco Gazzara. Partly inspired by the novel 2084: The End Of The World written in 2015 by algerian author Boualem Sansal, this four tracks work is also a tribute - especially on the electronic instrumentation - to Genesis former guitarist and founder Anthony Phillips’ album 1984, an innovative masterpiece in the prog rock and electronic scenes of the early 80’s. Is George Orwell’s dystopian 1984 still actual 70 years after its first appearance in print? Arguably yes. In the meantime, let’s fill our ears once more with those classic vintage electronics sounds (both analog and digital in this case) - Polymoog, Arp 2600, Arp Odyssey, Prophet 5, Korg MS20, Mellotron, Hammond B3 organ, Yamaha CP80 piano – and with that instantly recognizable Roland CR-78 drum machine (as used by Genesis in Duke and by Phil Collins in In The Air Tonight). The entire concept album divided in four different sections is composed, arranged and performed by Francesco Gazzara as if the electronic sounds palette would be an entire symphonic orchestra in his hands. There’s also a cinematographic reference – as Gazzara himself is a TV and cinema composer since the late ‘90’s – to the experimental electronic soundtracks written by John Carpenter for his own movies, especially in the opening track “Prologue 2084”. At last, being this a The Piano Room release, 2084 includes also three bonus tracks for solo acoustic piano, in tradition with the project’s earlier albums Early Morning and Breath, Feel.