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Listening Profiles / Re: Obi´s playlist
« on: November 23, 2015, 06:17:54 PM »
Listening to Steve Rothery Band Live in Plovdiv.


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Fossil Evolution (Belgium) / Fossil Evolution - Links & Info
« on: November 19, 2015, 06:39:57 AM »
Fossil Evolution is a progressive rock band from Belgium, which started it´s career in 2013.

More on Fossil Evolution can be found in the other topics from this board and on the following website(s):


Fossil Evolution Website: http://www.fossilevolution.com/index.html

Fossil Evolution on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FossilEvolution

Fossil Evolution on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FossilEvoBand

Fossil Evolution on ProgGnosis: http://www.proggnosis.com/ARTIST_Detail.aspx?AID=12080

Fossil Evolution on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPkmnupjB68&feature=youtu.be


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Fossil Evolution (Belgium) / Fossil Evolution - Biography
« on: November 19, 2015, 06:33:55 AM »
The story of Fossil Evolution started nearly 40 years ago when 5 young guys from East Flanders (Belgium) formed the band Isopoda. Nucleus of the band were the two brothers Dirk and Arnold De Schepper, Geert Amant (later succeeded by Luc van Hove), Marc Van Der Schueren and Walter De Berlangeer. The band were often referred to as the 'Belgian Genesis'. They released two albums between 1978 and 1982 before disbanding. In 2004 Isopoda reunited shortly for a couple of live concerts.

The reunion however was short lived although they kept in touch and in 2013 Isopoda reunited again. This time the band line-up was extended with two of the three sons of Arnold. Some months before, Arnold had started a band with his sons, Arne (drums), Maarten (guitar, keyboards, vocals) and Wouter (guitar, vocals). Luc Vanhove would have joined their band but he sadly passed away in 2013 and the line-up was completed by one of the boy’s school friends Pieter De Groeve (keyboards). Fossil Evolution was born.

The music of Fossil Evolution is based on the symphonic progressive rock of the 70's and the neo-progressive rock of the 80's. But the adolescents added their own influences to the music. The music is a beautiful blend of progressive rock with, pop, rock and jazz. The band started off live in a packed venue in their home town before writing and recording for their first album.

Originally intending to record an EP the band recorded 4 songs. After signing to their label it was decided that a full album was going to be released. 'World in Motion' was released on 24 October, 2014. The artwork is based on pictures made by guitarist Maarten and his mum Hilde. So you can say this is really a family album! The album consists of 5 original tracks and 1 fully reworked adaptation of the Isopoda classic 'Considering'.


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Isopoda (Belgium) / Re: Isopoda - Biography
« on: November 18, 2015, 04:21:21 PM »
In 2004 Isopoda reunited shortly for a couple of live concerts.

The reunion however was short lived although they kept in touch and in 2013 Isopoda reunited again. This time the band line-up was extended with two of the three sons of Arnold. Some months before, Arnold had started a band with his sons, Arne (drums), Maarten (guitar, keyboards, vocals) and Wouter (guitar, vocals). Luc Vanhove would have joined their band but he sadly passed away in 2013 and the line-up was completed by one of the boy’s school friends Pieter De Groeve (keyboards).

The complete history of Isopoda can be found on a website called:  Belgian Metal History

Strange location for a band which didn't play Metal.

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Isopoda (Belgium) / Re: Isopoda - Biography
« on: November 18, 2015, 04:20:42 PM »
In 1981 they released their second album called Taking Root. The songs on this album were a lot shorter then the ones on Achrostichon. The longest composition on Achrostichon was 12 minutes and the longest one on Taking Root is only nearly 6 minutes.
Still there are some quit good tracks on Taking Root, but I prefer their first album.

Taking Root contains 11 tracks:

1. Taking Root (5:01)
2. The Usual Start (4:31)
3. Endless Streets (4:31)
4. Sunset Alley (3:17)
5. Harbringer (1:52)
6. Girl Will Be Girls (3:38)
7. The Fall (5:36)
8. O.K. With Me (3:11)
9. Join With The Stream (5:53)
10. You Flower (4:54)
11. Black Mountain Cat (3:00)

The Line-up for this album shows a light change:

Luc Vanhove - organ, synthesizer, string ensemble, electric piano
Walter De Berlangeer - guitar
Arnold De Schepper - double neck bass & 12 string guitar, guitars, vocals
Dirk De Schepper - lead vocals
Marc van der Schuerren - drums, percussion

After this, the band disappeared without leaving a trace.


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Isopoda (Belgium) / Isopoda - Biography
« on: November 18, 2015, 04:19:48 PM »
Isopoda is one of the best prog bands Belgium ever had. The first time I got to know them was in 1978, with the release of the album Achrostichon.
Their music is very melodieus and with good vocals and a good musical base with guitar, flute and keyboard as the leading instruments.
Some critics say, that they are making music in the vein of Genesis and Camel.

Achrostichon contains 6 tracks:

1. Acrostichon (9:20)
2. The Muse (7:31)
3. Watch The Daylight Shine (5:19)
4. Don´t Do it The Easy Way (12:03)
5. Considering (7:58)
6. Male And Female (4:43)

The line-up for this album was as follows:

Geert Amant - keyboards, strings, backing vocals
Walter De Berlangeer - guitars, percussion, backing vocals
Arnold De Schepper - lead vocals on track 2 and 6, bass, guitars, percussion, flute, backing vocals
Dirk De Schepper - vocals & percussion
Guido Rubrecht - organ on track 2 and 6
William Souffreau - backing vocals on track 6
Marc van der Schueren - drums, percussion


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Grobschnitt (D) / Grobschnitt - Links & Info
« on: November 18, 2015, 03:19:15 PM »
Grobschnitt is a krautrock band from Germany, who´s most active period was between 1972 and 1989.

Between 2008-2010 there was a short comeback, with the release of a new single and some live performances, captured on three live CD´s.

More on Grobschnitt can be found in the other topics from this board and on the following website(s):


Grobschnitt Website: http://www.grobschnitt.rocks/index.php/en/

Grobschnitt on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Grobschnitt-404503436397978/?ref=hl

Grobschnitt on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/eroc-9

Grobschnitt on ProgGnosis: http://www.proggnosis.com/ARTIST_Detail.aspx?AID=131

Grobschnitt on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grobschnitt

Grobschnitt on German Rock Lexicon: http://www.germanrock.de/alt/g/grobschnitt/index.htm


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Grobschnitt (D) / Re: Grobschnitt - 79:10
« on: November 18, 2015, 02:59:35 PM »

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Grobschnitt (D) / Re: Grobschnitt - 79:10
« on: November 18, 2015, 02:58:56 PM »
CD16-17: Grobschnitt - Last Party Live (1990)

Tracklist CD01:

01 Keine Angst
02 Space Rider
03 Razzia / Illegal
04 Silent Movie
05 Raintime
06 Lupo's Märchenstunde
07 Wie Der Wind
08 Mary Green
09 Anywhere
10 Simple Dimple
11 Unglaublich
12 Silent Movie (Part 2)

Bonus Tracks:
13 Die 5 Wuppertaler
14 Go For Love '89
15 Unser Himmel
16 Komm Und Tanz

Tracklist CD02 - Bonus:

01 Ansage Lupo
02 Explosionen '89
03 Polar Traum '89
04 Sonnentanz '89
05 Neonherz '89
06 Wir Sind Die Sonne '89
07 Uhrkampf '89
08 Merlin's Sonne
09 Solar Energie '89
10 Finale Last Party
11 Mary Green
12 Der Weg Nach Haus
13 Abschied



Info CD1:

Locations: Kleve, Salzkotten, Saarbrücken, Münster, Eickelborn & Sprockhövel
Engineer: Rambo Tambo
Produced by Grobschnitt
Artwork: Rolf Möller
Photos: Dietrich Dettmann
First release: Metronome, March 1990 (Brain 843.1069)
Tourmanagement: Lupo
Remastering: Eroc, August 2013

Info Bonus CD:

Recorded live at Stadhalle Hagen, Dec. 4th, 1989
Engineer: Rambo Tambo
Remastering: Eroc, 2013

Line-Up:

Lupo – lead guitar, acoustic guitar
Wildschwein – vocals, guitar, saxophone
Toni Moff Mollo – vocals, lighting design
Admiral Top Sahne – drums
Sugar Zuckermann – keyboards
Harry Stulle Portier – bass

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Grobschnitt (D) / Re: Grobschnitt - 79:10
« on: November 18, 2015, 02:58:17 PM »
CD15: Grobschnitt - Fantasten (1987)

Tracklist:

01 Auf Dem Seil
02 Fantasten
03 Unser Himme
04 Hallo Mama
05 Sous Le Tapis
06 Mein Leben
07 Mauerblumen
08 Komm' Und Tanz'
09 Film Im Kopf
10 Der Weg Nach Haus

Bonus Tracks:
11 Fantasten (Alternate Mix)
12 Hallo Mama (Alternate Mix)
13 Mein Leben (Alternate Mix)
14 Opening Eschwege (Live At Open Flair Festival, Eschwege 1986)
15 Fantasten (Live At Open Flair Festival, Eschwege 1986)
16 Wie Der Wind (Live At Open Flair Festival, Eschwege 1986)
17 Hallo Mama (Live At Open Flair Festival, Eschwege 1986)
18 Nie Wieder Monotonie (Live At Stadthalle, Hagen 1985)



Info:

Recorded and mixed at Woodhouse Studio, Dortmund (summer - autumn 1986)
Recording Engineers: Siggi Bemm, Thomas Waßkönig
Mixdown Engineers: Bernd Schmidt, Thomas Waßkönig
Produced by Grobschnitt & Thomas Waßkönig
Artwork: Sabine Draack
First release: Teldec, 1987 (6.26439 AP)
Tourmanagement: Lupo
Remastering: Eroc, 2013

Line-Up:

Lupo – guitars
Milla Kapolke – bass, vocals, announcements
Rolf Möller – drums
Thomas Waßkönig – all keyboards
Willi Wildschwein – lead vocals, saxophone
Toni Moff Mollo – vocals
Peter Jureit – add. Lynn Drums (04 + 10)

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Grobschnitt (D) / Re: Grobschnitt - 79:10
« on: November 18, 2015, 02:57:23 PM »
CD14: Grobschnitt - Sonnentanz (1985)

Tracklist:

Live At University Hall, Saarbrücken 1985:
01 Explosionen
02 Polar Traum
03 Sonnentanz
04 Neonherz
05 Wir Sind Die Sonne
06 Uhrkampf
07 Solar Energie

Bonus Tracks:
08 Go For Love '86
09 Geradeaus
10 Sonnentanz '86



Info:

Recorded at University Hall, Saarbrücken, May 18th, 1985
Engineer: Rolf Möller (Rothosound Studio, Hagen)
Mixed at Grooveland Studio, Dortmund
Engineer: Thomas Waßkönig
Assistant Engineer: Molly Schreiber
Artwork: Sabine Draack & Twin Design
First release: Metronome, Sept. 1985 (Brain 827.734)
Tourmanagement: Lupo
Remastering: Eroc, 2013

Line-Up:

Lupo – lead guitar, acoustic guitar
Tarzan Waßkönig – keyboards
Milla Kapolke – bass, vocals, Moog Taurus
Wildschwein – vocals, guitar, saxophone
Toni Moff Mollo – vocals, light-design
Peter Jureit – drums, flute
* Rolf Möller – drums on 08, 09 & 10

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Grobschnitt (D) / Re: Grobschnitt - 79:10
« on: November 18, 2015, 02:56:49 PM »
CD13: Grobschnitt - Kinder Und Narren (Kinder + Narren) (1984)

Tracklist:

01 Kinder Und Narren
02 Paradox
03 Orakel
04 Geradeaus
05 Keine Angst
06 Ich Liebe Dich
07 Augenstern
08 Wie Der Wind
09 Die Kinder Ziehn Zum Strand
10 Könige Der Welt

Bonus Tracks:
11 Keine Angst (Alternate Version)
12 Wie Der Wind (Alternate Version)
13 Könige Der Welt (Alternate Version)
14 Paradox (Live At Hellweghalle, Erwitte 1984)
15 Orakel (Live At Hellweghalle, Erwitte 1984)
16 Die Kinder Ziehn Zum Strand (Live At Hellweghalle, Erwitte 1984)
17 Wie Der Wind (Alternate Mix)



Info:

Recorded and mixed at Woodhouse Studio, Dortmund, Oct. 1983 - Jan. 1984
Engineer: Siggi Bemm
Assistant Engineer: Geheimrat Günstig
Produced by Grobschnitt & Siggi Bemm
Artwork: Twin Design
First release: Metronome, April 1984 (Brain 817.836)
Tourmanagement: Lupo
Remastering: Eroc, 2013

Line-Up:

Lupo – lead guitar, acoustic guitar, management
Jürgen Cramer – keyboards
Milla Kapolke – bass, vocals, Moog Taurus
Wildschwein – vocals, guitar, saxophone
Toni Moff Mollo – vocals
Peter Jureit – drums, percussion, chorus

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Grobschnitt (D) / Re: Grobschnitt - 79:10
« on: November 18, 2015, 02:56:28 PM »
CD12: Grobschnitt - Razzia (1982)

Tracklist:

01 Wir Wollen Sterben
02 Remscheid
03 Razzia
04 Der Alte Freund
05 Schweine Im Weltall
06 Poona Express
07 Wir Wollen Leben

Bonus Tracks:
08 Live Intro (Tour 1981 / Live At The Shed, Sprockhövel 1981)
09 Razzia (Alternate Mix / Feat. Volker Mist On Keyboards)
10 Wir Wollen Sterben (Extended Version)
11 Live Intro (Tour 1983 / Live At Philipshalle, Düsseldorf 1983)
12 Razzia (Live At Philipshalle, Düsseldorf 1983)
13 Lupo's Düsseldorfer Komplimente (Live At Philipshalle, Düsseldorf 1983)
14 Poona Express (Live At Philipshalle, Düsseldorf 1983)
15 Wir Wollen Leben (Live At Philipshalle, Düsseldorf 1983)



Info:

Recorded at The Shed, Sprockhövel, summer 1981
Mixed at Eroc’s Heimstudio, Hagen, winter 1981/82
Engineers: Eroc & Geheimrat Günstig
Produced by Eroc
Artwork: Peter Klassen
First release: Metronome, April 1982 (Brain 60.510)
Tourmanagement: Lupo
Remastering: Eroc, 2013

Line-Up:

Eroc – drums, keyboards, electronic effects, lyrics
Lupo – lead guitar, acoustic guitar
Milla Kapolke – bass, vocals, acoustic guitar,
Wildschwein – vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar
Toni Moff Mollo – vocals, percussion, lighting design

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Grobschnitt (D) / Re: Grobschnitt - 79:10
« on: November 18, 2015, 02:55:33 PM »
CD11: Grobschnitt - Illegal (1980)

Tracklist:

01 The Sniffer
02 Space Rider
03 Mary Green
04 Silent Movie
05 Joker
06 Illegal
07 Simple Dimple
08 Raintime

Bonus Tracks:
09 Silent Movie (Alternate Mix)
10 Joker (Alternate Mix)
11 Mary Green (Live At Quartier Latin, Berlin 1981)
12 The Sniffer (Live At Quartier Latin, Berlin 1981)
13 Du Schaffst Das Nicht (Live At Grugahalle, Essen 1981)



Info:

Recorded at The Shed, Sprockhövel, May - Sept. 1980
Mixed at Eroc’s Heimstudio, Hagen, Oct. - Dec. 1980
Engineers: Eroc & Geheimrat Günstig
Produced by Eroc
Artwork: Peter Klassen
First release: Metronome, March 1981 (Brain 60.365)
Tourmanagement: Lupo
Remastering: Eroc, 2015

Line-Up:

Eroc – drums, special electronic effects
Lupo – lead guitar, acoustic guitar
Milla Kapolke – bass, vocals, acoustic guitar
Mist – keyboards, synthesizers, back-up vocals
Wildschwein – vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar
Toni Moff Mollo – vocals, percussion, lighting design

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Grobschnitt (D) / Re: Grobschnitt - 79:10
« on: November 18, 2015, 02:54:55 PM »
CD10: Grobschnitt - Volle Molle (1979)

Tracklist:

Live:
01 Kleiner Häuptling Großer Bär
02 Snowflakes
03 A.C.Y.M.
04 Wuppertal Punk
05 Beifall
06 Ein Traum Vom Wald
07 Waldeslied
08 Coke-Train-Show
09 Rockpommel's Land

Bonus Track:
10 Solar Music Power Play Köln



Info:

Recorded by Eroc & Geheimrat Günstig, Oct. - Nov. 1979
Edited and mastered by Eroc & Walter Quintus at Tonstudio Hoysweg, Jan. 1980
Compiled and produced by Eroc
Cover photos: Axel Helmold, Heike Wahnbaeck
First release: Metronome, April 1980 (Brain 60.291)
Tourmanagement: Lupo
Remastering: Eroc, June 2013

Line-Up:

Eroc – drums, electronic effects
Lupo – lead guitar
Mist – keyboards
Popo (Hunter) – bass guitar
Wildschwein – guitar, vocals
Toni Moff Mollo: vocals, show acts, lighting design

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