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Semi-Conductor, Release 2
The Zoo Of Tranquility
Beyond The Storm
Phase By Phase: A Retrospective 1976 - 1981
Chromium Echoes / Ultimate Edition
Transfer Station Blue
Michael Shrieve, Klaus Schulze & Kevin Shrieve
Klaus Schulze, Rainer Bloss
Drive Inn is a collaboration album with Rainer Bloss and Klaus Schulze.
There exists an album called Drive Inn II, but despite the fact that Schulze's name is put on the cover, it is a Rainer Bloss solo project. Furthermore, there exists a Drive Inn III by Rainer Bloss. Klaus Schulze has nothing to do with it or any other of Rainer Bloss' solo recordings.
All We Hoped For
Tangerine Stratosfear - A Tribute To Tangerine Dream
New Music For Films (Vol. 1)
The Uncertainty Principle
Air Pocket is the second album by American keyboardist Roger Powell released on Bearsville Records in 1980. It includes 11 tracks all written, performed, and sung by the artist, and features Todd Rundgren on ebow guitar on one track. Other credits include John Holbrook, Cleve Pozar, and Mark Styles. Voted the #1 album of 1980 by a reader poll in Keyboard Magazine.
Private Parts & Pieces I-V
Things to Come / Psi-Fi (Remastered)
Elements: The Island Anthology
Short Stories (Remastered)
Jon & Vangelis
Short Stories is the debut album by Jon and Vangelis, the collaborative effort between Jon Anderson of the progressive rock band Yes and electronic music pioneer Vangelis. This was not the first time that the two had worked together: Vangelis had auditioned to be Rick Wakeman's replacement in Yes in 1974, but the role was given to Patrick Moraz. In 1975, Jon Anderson sang on "So Long Ago So Clear" from Heaven and Hell.
Rhapsodies is a double LP by keyboardist Rick Wakeman, which was released in 1979. It was his last studio release on A&M.
The Monuments Of Mars
Blake's New Jerusalem
Blake's New Jerusalem is an album by Tim Blake, recorded and originally released in 1978 on Barclay.
The title is a reference to the popular British hymn "Jerusalem", which is based on William Blake's 1804 poem "And did those feet in ancient time".
Tim Blake performed the tracks "Lighthouse" and "Blake's New Jerusalem" live with Hawkwind. "A Song for a New Age" was covered by Hawkwind bandmates Dave Brock, Niall Hone and Richard Chadwick under the name Hawkwind Light Orchestra for the album Stellar Variations.
Angels Embrace is the eighth studio album by English singer, songwriter, and musician Jon Anderson, released in September 1995 by Higher Octave Music.
Ian Boddy & Markus Reuter
The Story Of I
The Story of I is the first solo album by former Yes keyboard player Patrick Moraz, released in June 1976.
Musique Méchanique: Electronic Music From 1971 to 1994
Soil Festivities (Remastered)
The Green Album (Expanded Edition)
The Appointed Hour
The Appointed Hour is a collaborative album by singer and guitarist Peter Hammill and ambient musician Roger Eno. It was released in January 2001 by Fie! Records.
The music on the album was based on an agreement between Roger Eno and Peter Hammill that they both would improvise for one hour on a previously agreed upon time. The only pre-arrangement was that both musicians would start in D minor, but other than that neither of them knew what the other was doing. The album was created by adding the two recordings together.
Rick Wakeman & Tony Fernandez
Sea & Sky
Bill Nelson's Orchestra Arcana
The Fugitive is the second solo album by keyboardist and singer-songwriter Tony Banks. It was originally released in June 1983, on Charisma, and Atlantic. It was produced by Banks himself, and co-produced by the Grammy Award–winning Stephen Short. The album is the only album in which Banks sings the lead vocals on all of the tracks. On the previous concept album, A Curious Feeling all of the vocals were done by Kim Beacon. When that album did not turn out too successfully, Banks thought that it was pointless to continue that project. As compared to A Curious Feeling, the songs on The Fugitive were much more commercially accessible and less experimental.
When the album was released in late June 1983, it received mixed reviews and peaked at number 50 in the UK, lasting within the Top 100 for only two weeks. "This Is Love" and "And the Wheels Keep Turning" were released as singles, but they both failed to chart.
The album was re-issued on CD in the UK. In 1999 a CD re-issue was released in Russia, unofficially. The Fugitive was reissued in early 2016, remixed by Banks and Nick Davis.
Retrospektive - Deluxe Edition
Defector is the fourth studio album by English guitarist and songwriter Steve Hackett, released in June 1980 on Charisma Records. After touring in support of his previous album, Spectral Mornings, Hackett took his band into Wessex Sound Studios to record a follow-up. Many Hackett fans consider this, to be the last album from his classic solo period.
The album remains Hackett's highest charting album on the UK Albums Chart, reaching No. 9. "The Show" was released as a single. In 2005, Defector was remastered and re-released on Virgin Records. The new edition features updated liner notes and five bonus tracks. A surround mix was included in the Premonitions: The Charisma Recordings 1975–1983 box set.
No Expense Spared
Wakeman with Wakeman
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