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Date : October 1997
Pages : 80
Summary : Victoriaville 1997, Fifty Foot Hose & Silver Apples, Boud Deun, The Grand Parade, Progfest `97, Prog-Est `97), Exposé Concert Series, Hawkwind - 25 years on, Spirit and Randy California, Cast, Carl Weingarten, Aldo Tagliapietra of Le Orme, Peter Banks, Dave Brock, Simon House
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Alan Davey - Captured Rotation

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Alan Davey has been a key member of Hawkwind for quite some time, playing bass, synthesizers, and writing the occasional song ("Wings" from their 1990 album Space Bandits is a...

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(Posted by Steve Robey 1997-10-01)

Cos - Viva Boma

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Here we have Musea’s reissue of Cos’ second album, recorded in 1976. In addition to the original album Musea included four bonus tracks recorded in Cos’ rehearsal room on a...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 1997-10-01)

Tuatara - Breaking the Ethers

Cover art Tuatara's CD was one of those Tower Listening Station impulse purchases. I'd never heard of it, but it sounded so cool in the headphones I ended up taking it home. It starts out with a whirring...  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 1997-10-01)

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