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    What new albums are you looking for in the next year?

    Here's my initial list:

    Adventure
    AMP
    Credo
    Echoes Of Giants
    The Gift
    Grand Tour
    I Am The Manic Whale
    Inner Odyssey
    Lifesigns
    Millenium
    ..et al.
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    IQ's next album.
    Last I heard they were playing some new tunes in the concerts late 2016/early 2017.
    Maybe that'll lead to new release in 2017.

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    So far, just the new Tim Bowness.

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    Ulver
    Ben Frost
    Tim Bowness
    Ephemeral Goddamned Sun
    Roger Waters
    Art Zoyd box
    Necromonkey (no, they haven't mentioned anything, but they're consistent and consistently amazeballs so I'm being "glass half full" here)
    Thinking Plague
    Pedal Giant Animals
    Carpenter Brut
    Ephemeral Sun - because I gotta do something about these boxes of CDs in the basement: http://www.ephemeralsun.com

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    Flying Colors
    Steven Wilson
    Trevor Horn/Buggles/Yes
    ARW
    Lifesigns
    Toto remasters


    All are hopefuls. Don't know of any specific release dates.

    Quote Originally Posted by battema
    Ephemeral Goddamned Sun


    This one, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Ulver
    Roger Waters
    Where did you hear about those two coming out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zravkapt View Post
    Where did you hear about those two coming out?
    Well, Ulver's new one (apparently called 'The Assassination of Julius Caesar') has been mentioned on their home page and the House of Mythology news as well...and their performance at Roadburn this April is being touted as a CD release show for the Julius Caesar set. So, at this point it seems far more likely than not.

    The Waters, honestly it's just a speculation, based on the various interviews describing how far along they are with the recording process (apparently he's been working with Nigel Godrich, of Radiohead fame), and the fact that his upcoming Us + Them tour is expected to include material from this forthcoming album.

    So, I'd say that while I don't have an exact TBD for the Ulver, it's highly likely to land in the spring. The Waters? It could be in the fall, or it could still be two years from now.

    Edit: here's the bit from Roadburn about Ulver: http://theobelisk.net/obelisk/2016/1...r-and-tickets/

    I can't find the blurb from HoM about the album, but in case you *didn't* know and care, they also just released a vinyl-only soundtrack, semi-unexpectedly: http://houseofmythology.com/releases...lver-riverhead
    Ephemeral Sun - because I gotta do something about these boxes of CDs in the basement: http://www.ephemeralsun.com

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    Thinking Plague
    Suburban Savages
    White Willow
    La Torre dell'Alchimista
    Wobbler
    Himmler
    Urho Kekkonen
    Jan Hammer
    Jan Akkerman
    Freddy Bekkerman
    Ted Narcoman
    Automatic Man
    Radio Birdman
    Man

    And Thu Musikal Box play Sussudio (long versjon) with Edmonton Sussiorchestra wearing Complete Phil 1985-gear & total Wig. It gets progressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post


    This one, too.
    Despite how it may seem, we don't actually consider Peter Gabriel a role model when it comes to release schedules

    (we're about 30% done with basic tracking, should be mixing in early 2017)
    Ephemeral Sun - because I gotta do something about these boxes of CDs in the basement: http://www.ephemeralsun.com

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    Deep Purple!

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    Camel
    Eloy

    oh...and Richard Thompson - not that he's prog (right?)
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    Here's my wish list (sorted by likelihood!):

    very likely: ARW, Kaipa, something from Neal Morse, Steve Hackett
    maybe?: Invention of Knowledge part 2, Fish
    hey I can dream, can't I?: Rush, Genesis, Flower Kings, Camel
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    Yeah, it would be nice to finally receive the Ephemeral Sun crowdfunding album
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    Dept. of Jazz/New Music:
    I read a while ago(i forget where) that the Finnish TUM label is releasing two cds by trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith.One cd is a recording of string quartets composed by Smith;the other is an electric ensemble made up of Wadada on trumpet, Henry Kaiser,Marc Ribot and another guitarist whose name escapes me,Bill Laswell on bass, and a drummer whose name also escapes me.Damn dead brain cells.Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by progfan915 View Post
    Here's my wish list (sorted by likelihood!):

    very likely: ARW, Kaipa, something from Neal Morse, Steve Hackett
    maybe?: Invention of Knowledge part 2, Fish
    hey I can dream, can't I?: Rush, Genesis, Flower Kings, Camel
    Yeah, it's been weeks since Neal Morse's last double album! He's overdue. Probably they're just editing the Making Of DVD...
    I don't want to live in a post-Neo Prog world!

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    Flying Colors
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Yeah, it's been weeks since Neal Morse's last double album! He's overdue. Probably they're just editing the Making Of DVD...


    I figure the guy is so prolific, I wouldn't be surprised by something next year!

    Hang on, I guess that would be Flying Colors. OK, scratch Neal from my list!

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    ARW
    Buggles/Horn
    Yes
    Steven Wilson
    Lifeson/Lee*







    *I heard a release day of Dec 32nd, 2017, so just under the wire. Neil Peart is rumored to be the guest drummer.

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    Thinking Plague.

    Considering that I paid for it almost 18 months ago, I wouldn't mind getting it at some point in 2017.

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    Moon Safari (Himlabacken vol. 2)
    Tim Bowness
    The Mute Gods
    Big Big Train (Grimspound)
    Flying Colors
    Lonely Robot

    Shouldn't Sanguine Hum be coming up with the sequel to Now We Have Light?
    It'd be nice to think Echolyn might be up to something, but I've got no reason to suppose so.

    I'm sure there'll be a few others that I'll look out for with pleasure but less high expectations (Steve Hackett)

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    So far:
    Blackfield
    Tim Bowness
    Steven Wilson
    Anathema
    Mostly Autumn
    Steve Hackett

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodie View Post
    Moon Safari (Himlabacken vol. 2)
    The Mute Gods
    Lonely Robot
    Some good ones that I forgot.

    Also, is Sound of Contact in the pipeline for 2017?
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    Big Big Train, Grimspound
    The Unthanks, The Unthanks Perform the Songs and Poems of Molly Drake

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