Deluxe remaster with bonus tracks of Kevin Ayers' third solo album. Fantastic lineup including Mike Oldfield, David Bedford, Robert Wyatt, Didier Mahlerbe and others.
First solo album from the former Soft Machine member, recorded in 1969. This is the remastered edition featuring six unreleased bonus tracks including one with Syd Barrett.
With this 1978 release the band was getting more overtly commercial. The songs are more concise for one thing. I guess this is right around when they were really hitting huge popularity in Germany - perhaps Polydor was trying to break them to a larger audience? Comes with 5 bonus tracks.
Their first album for Polydor, recorded in 1974. This features some of their most famous material: "Child Of The Universe", "The Great 1974 Mining Disaster". Remastered with 5 bonus tracks.
Great great album if you dig Mellotron. Not overly complex prog with more of an emphasis on drama and melodies. Nicknamed the "Poor-man's Moody Blues" by the press and that about sums them up. Nice one.
Great epic mellotron laden prog from these UK stalwarts. Considered one of their best by the cogniscenti. Remastered edition with 5 bonus tracks.
Standard domestic release in a jewel box.
Steve's first studio album in some time arrives as a limited edition import with a bonus CD with his running through live versions of old Genesis tunes and solo material. The new album features Chris Squire and Anthony Phillips (believe it or not).
Andy Tillison's band has juggled the lineup a bit and frankly this fifth album is a huge step up from the last one. Camel drummer Paul Burgess is now in the fold as is PO90 bassist Jonathan Barrett. Returning are Guy Manning and Theo Travis.
"The biggest surprise of the year. Who would have thought that Transatlantic would reunite to write a 78 minute long song? This album is complex, entertaining, coherent, and superior to their previous two efforts.