55 (edited by BansheeUK 2022-09-23 08:29:23)

Re: Albums to lookout for in 2022

Curby wrote:

I'll too be looking out for the new Aynsley release.  BansheeUK is pretty tight with team Lister and the comments he's leaked about the new album are ear candy to me.

Release date announced - November 11th

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Re: Albums to lookout for in 2022

Just squeezed out today - Smith / KotzenBetter Days & Nights.

New "hybrid" album from Smith & Kotzen; contains the 4 song Better Days EP, for the 1st time on CD along with 5 live tracks from their 2022 Transatlantic tour; including Running & Scars.

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Re: Albums to lookout for in 2022

Thorbjorn Risager & The Black Tornado - Navigation Blues The Scandi-band's 13th album comes out on the 30th Sept and as usual, is a skilful blend of soul, Chicago blues, boogie, and rock'n'roll.

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58 (edited by BansheeUK 2022-09-20 14:47:06)

Re: Albums to lookout for in 2022

Hopefully before the end of the year, new album imminent from Rebecca Downes - The Space Between Us

edit - 23rd Nov.

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59 (edited by BansheeUK 2022-11-11 08:48:34)

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Nov 18th - New (double) album from Neil Young & Crazy Horse - World Record

Plus, there's a 50th Anniversary expanded release of Harvest to come on Dec 2nd.

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Re: Albums to lookout for in 2022

Richard Hawley - Live At Halifax Peace Hall 2021

'Live at Halifax Piece Hall' captures, for the first time, Richard Hawley in concert with his band in full force. Recorded on a beautiful autumn night in September 2021 and in spectacular settings, the album features many Hawley classics as well as songs from his most recent album ‘Further’, augmented by a 4 piece string ensemble.

Shipping date w/c 12th Dec.

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Rick Wakeman - A Gallery of the Imagination

New concept release from Mr Grumpy (UK), due in time for Christmas (postal strikes willing).

The initial idea for A Gallery of the Imagination stems from Rick's first piano teacher, Mrs Symes, with whom he studied from the age of five until his time at the Royal College of Music. She taught him that music was like painting pictures: when you play, you are painting pictures through music, an important lesson Rick never forgot.

The line-up on A Gallery Of The Imagination - as with Rick's previous album The Red Planet - features The English Rock Ensemble: bassist Lee Pomeroy, guitarist Dave Colquhoun, drummer Ash Soan and on vocals Hayley Sanderson, famous for her work as a vocalist on Strictly Come Dancing with each artist recording their individual parts in their own studios. Join Rick for a stroll around A Gallery of the Imagination – as he says: "a gallery that belongs to everyone".
Keyboard engineering - Erik Jordan
Mixing & editing - Erik Jordan at The Nursery
Additional mixing - Toby Wood
Mastering - Simon Heyworth at Super Audio Mastering
Producers - Rick Wakeman & Erik Jordan
Executive Producer - Rob Ayling

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