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Ultravox! 1978 & 1978

Ultravox! 1977 & 1978
Early Ultravox! were quite different from the Midge Ure fronted band who produced Vienna. I saw the band on a few occasions: 258 more words

Concert

Seizing Galahad: The 3 2014 EPs

Review of Galahad, the 2014 Trilogy of EPs: “Seize the Day”; “Guardian Angel”; and “Mein Herz Brennt.”

Birzer Rating for all three: 9/10.

Two caveats as I review these three EPs.  756 more words

Progressive Rock Music

On The Night The Creature Came Ashore

Octopus Part 4 is out now. FREE download for 1 month from
http://adamleonard.bandcamp.com/album/octopus-part-4

“Back as promised with Adam Leonard, now midway through or thereabouts with the Octopus project which all things being well will see over the course of the next 8 months, 8 release and featuring 8 tracks all released on the 8th. 333 more words

Releases

A day of remembrance, a day of celebration too

Well, seriously, given the date and everything, what else were you expecting tonight?

Strictly, the centenary of the significance of the 11th November is still 4 years away, but given this is the centenary of the start of World War 1, its a major landmark anyway. 355 more words

Cherryvale

A day to remember, but a day to celebrate too.

Well, seriously, given the date and everything, what else were you expecting tonight?

Strictly, the centenary of the significance of the 11th November is still 4 years away, but given this is the centenary of the start of World War 1, its a major landmark anyway. 355 more words

80's Pop

Bad A** New Wave Tonight!

In the 80s, America pretty much classified “new wave” as anything but pertaining to traditional US pop/rock music. Tonight we take it to the UK & beyond with many under-noted US-heard bands including D.A.F., Marc Almond, Ultravox, Alphaville and Killing Joke. 16 more words

Ultravox Plays "Dancing With Tears In My Eyes"

Listen to this track by one-time experimental electronic outfit turned stadium-ready synthpop merchants Ultravox. It’s “Dancing With Tears In My Eyes” as taken from their seventh album… 945 more words

Music