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    This clip was great!!

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    A taster for the forthcoming live album is now up on Bandcamp. It's showing an August release. For reasons unknown, I was not able to embed this.

    https://england1.bandcamp.com/track/...fanpub_fnb_trk

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    A taster for the forthcoming live album is now up on Bandcamp. It's showing an August release. For reasons unknown, I was not able to embed this.

    https://england1.bandcamp.com/track/...fanpub_fnb_trk
    Thanks. Wonder if this will contain old live-recordings from Japan or new ones.
    Maybe the embedding doesn't work when it's one track; there was some general info somewhere on this subject, but can't find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    A taster for the forthcoming live album is now up on Bandcamp. It's showing an August release. For reasons unknown, I was not able to embed this.

    https://england1.bandcamp.com/track/...fanpub_fnb_trk
    oh wow, this sounds great..I love this band!
    Thanks for sharing, and yes I believe interbellum is correct, single tracks won't embed here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    A taster for the forthcoming live album is now up on Bandcamp. It's showing an August release. For reasons unknown, I was not able to embed this.

    https://england1.bandcamp.com/track/...fanpub_fnb_trk
    I assume The Concerts in Japan will be something like a compilation live-album. I've just checked the Midnight Madness-version from Kikimimi-Live In Japan (also 6:46) and I think this is from the same concert. But the new version on Bandcamp sounds a lot better (mix, vocals, production) so there might have been some "reparations" here and there. The Moog after 4:35 isn't on the Kikimimi-CD for instance.

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    CD release of a show from ‘06:

    https://numusi.de/collections/new-re...certs-in-japan

    Hoping a US shop decides to stock this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polmico View Post
    Thanks for the note!

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    Thanks for posting this, I recalled coming across this while browsing YouTube one day.
    Scroll down in the comments section and you'll see Robert Webb commented on the show.
    Click on this and go to YouTube version to see comments.
    The Green Tea cd has Robert's new remix
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    ^ It's on Bandcamp too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    ^ It's on Bandcamp too.
    awesome!! thank you.
    This will be my next purchase when I get some extra moolah![

    https://england1.bandcamp.com/album/...t_menubar=true
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    The German store appears to be the only place to get a physical copy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    Thanks for posting this, I recalled coming across this while browsing YouTube one day.
    Scroll down in the comments section and you'll see Robert Webb commented on the show.
    Click on this and go to YouTube version to see comments.
    The Green Tea cd has Robert's new remix
    Like I wrote before in post #55 the new remixed version of Midnigh Madness sounds so much better, so I'm very happy for this new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    Like I wrote before in post #55 the new remixed version of Midnigh Madness sounds so much better, so I'm very happy for this new one.
    I think they are the same recording (from the same day), but the new one is very much doctored with, e.g the completely different part around 4:10 with new vocals and the Minimoog which was absent from the japan version.

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    I listened to the original version a number of years back, and this one sounds like it's the same performance but with certain parts "fixed," which is nothing new in the annals of so-called "live" albums, actually. That said, I have no doubt that it will be a very enjoyable listening experience.

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    I hate the idea of post-show doctoring of live gigs, so much so that I may pass on this. (And yes, I have a ton of doctored live albums by other bands.)

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    Please be aware that the guy behind numusi.de is the king of Prog lable pirates. He is behind Paisley Press, Second Harvest and a whole number
    of further pirate labels (mostly Prog related).

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    Please be aware that the guy behind numusi.de is the king of Prog lable pirates. He is behind Paisley Press, Second Harvest and a whole number
    of further pirate labels (mostly Prog related).
    So Paisley Press is a pirate label? Saw the Lethe album on that label at Amazon.de, but alas it can't be delivered to the Netherlands, something I always consider annoying. Luckily I have the vinyl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    So Paisley Press is a pirate label? Saw the Lethe album on that label at Amazon.de, but alas it can't be delivered to the Netherlands, something I always consider annoying. Luckily I have the vinyl.
    Yes Paisley Press is a total pirate. Some of his other labels like Green Tree and TLC are in a grey zone as a few releases on these lables might be legit.
    He has countless other pirate labels like O-Music etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheH View Post
    Please be aware that the guy behind numusi.de is the king of Prog lable pirates. He is behind Paisley Press, Second Harvest and a whole number
    of further pirate labels (mostly Prog related).
    I received this message from the England Bandcamp:

    Yippee! The double CD digipak of 'The Concerts in Japan' is now available on NuMusi.de.
    Bernd Brunn, the shop & website owner has just informed me that it's advertised under 'new releases'. You should be able to buy it here (please let me know of any problems): numusi.de/collections/new-releases-2/products/england-the-concerts-in-japan
    With love and best wishes, R
    PS My copies haven't arrived yet...

    That doesn’t mean that there isn’t some gray area here, but I guess the band is involved (?).
    Last edited by polmico; 10-08-2022 at 07:10 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polmico View Post
    I received this message from the England Bandcamp:

    Yippee! The double CD digipak of 'The Concerts in Japan' is now available on NuMusi.de.
    Bernd Brunn, the shop & website owner has just informed me that it's advertised under 'new releases'. You should be able to buy it here (please let me know of any problems): numusi.de/collections/new-releases-2/products/england-the-concerts-in-japan
    With love and best wishes, R
    PS My copies haven't arrived yet...

    That doesn’t mean that there isn’t some gray area here, but I guess the band is involved (?).
    Indeed, the band (Robert Webb) is involved. I received the double-CD yesterday and it sounds so much better (and longer!) than the original CD.
    The artwork is by Ed Unitsky, known for his work for a.o. The Samurai Of Prog.
    Robert Webb wrote the lenghly liner-notes in which he explains the story behind the recording and this re-master/re-mix on which the tracks are placed in the played order.

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    Has anyone bought a download from Bandcamp? I'm wondering if it comes with the booklet in pdf or something? I listened to it a couple of weeks ago and it's a GREAT listen! Very enjoyable.
    Primary procreation is accomplished…

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    Arrived today from Germany (and, yes, shipping was stupid high, but I have no idea if an American distributor was going to pick it up).

    Thus far: Sound quality is good; packaging is good; performance is good.

    I'm happy with my purchase and look forward to digging in. (Picked up Last of the Jubblies, too.)

    With all that said, however, I am surprised that this isn't on a label like Esoteric. Seems like a natural fit for both parties.
    I want to dynamite your mind with love tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by polmico View Post

    (Picked up Last of the Jubblies, too.)
    Interesting about this re-release (the Silver Edition) is that Robert Webb choose to change the bonus tracks from the original CD-release from 1995. Well, you can read that in the liner notes of course

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    ^I did! I’ll probably download the bonuses I don’t have from their Bandcamp.
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    We will have the CD in stock on Monday.

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