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Interviews : Silver Lining

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:35:17 +0000

Author: kenethlevine
Subject: Silver Lining
Posted: March 19 2018 at 20:35

(image) AFlowerKingCrimson wrote:

Sorry but that album is one big snoozefest.

I think the spoken parts are a bit too frequent and too long, but the music is sparkling.  It's not complex but it hits the symph folk sweet spot pretty well

Interviews : Silver Lining

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 15:59:31 +0000

Author: AFlowerKingCrimson
Subject: Silver Lining
Posted: March 19 2018 at 15:59

Sorry but that album is one big snoozefest.

Interviews : Silver Lining

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 02:08:34 +0000

Author: noni
Subject: Silver Lining
Posted: March 17 2018 at 02:08

Just got this album yesterday and it's brilliant.  People who love symphonic and folk...

Interviews : Vespero

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 13:43:15 +0000

Author: Rivertree
Subject: Vespero
Posted: March 14 2018 at 13:43

well done (image)

Interviews : Vespero

Tue, 13 Mar 2018 00:11:06 +0000

Author: arkvespero
Subject: Vespero
Posted: March 13 2018 at 00:11

We are glad to present you the first result of our cooperation with the Spanish guitarist Ángel Ontalva !

"Carta Marina" is mystical map from the ancient times, full of sea monsters and strange creatures...and they wait for seafarers and their ships....

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Interviews : Jakko Jakszyk of KC Interview

Wed, 28 Feb 2018 11:03:32 +0000

Author: AEProgman
Subject: Jakko Jakszyk of KC Interview
Posted: February 28 2018 at 11:03

^ I unfortunately saw that after I posted and should be moved to a more appropriate thread.  I do not think I can move it, but if an admin could that would be great. 

Interviews : Jakko Jakszyk of KC Interview

Wed, 28 Feb 2018 10:24:02 +0000

Author: lazland
Subject: Jakko Jakszyk of KC Interview
Posted: February 28 2018 at 10:24

Nice interview, but just to pedantically point out that this thread is for interviews which are exclusive to PA, not ones conducted elsewhere.

Interviews : Jakko Jakszyk of KC Interview

Wed, 28 Feb 2018 07:02:59 +0000

Author: AEProgman
Subject: Jakko Jakszyk of KC Interview
Posted: February 28 2018 at 07:02

Very entertaining interview with Jakko Jakszyk of KC about his early career up to being in King Crimson.  Also about his re-mixing/5.1 Stereo mixes of the likes of ELP, Jethro Tull, Chris Squire's solo album, and others.

He is quite the chatter box and humorous, so much so the interviewer had to break it up into 2 parts.  The interviewer is Nate Goyer of "The Vinyl Guide" podcast.  Parts 1 and 2 url's below.  Enjoy...

Interviews : Panic Room

Sat, 17 Feb 2018 10:38:22 +0000

Author: Squonk19
Subject: Panic Room
Posted: February 17 2018 at 10:38

Excellent post, Steve. Panic Room are a great prog band - even more impressive live. Long may they continue and gain new followers here in the UK and further afield too! (image)

Interviews : Panic Room

Sat, 17 Feb 2018 08:49:45 +0000

Author: lazlandSubject: Panic RoomPosted: February 17 2018 at 08:49Panic Room InterviewI have been incontact with the band following the release of their superb live DVD, ScreensLive in London.Founding member,Jonathan Edwards, kindly agreed to an interview exclusively for Prog Archives, and I am exceptionally pleasedto publish this below.Panic Room are atremendous band, and I highly recommend their music to all reading Jon’sinsightful responses to my questions.After reading Jon’scomments regarding the formation of the band, I am arranging to edit the biographyof the band on their PA homepage.Images of the bandlive have been kindly provided courtesy of Tina Korhonen and Howard Rankin,whilst copies of the album & DVD covers courtesy of the band. INTERVIEWThanks for agreeingto do this interview for Prog Archives.Let’s start with thenew. The 2017 release of “Screens – Livein London” on DVD finds the band in rude health. Tell us the story behindthe gestation of the project, please.The ideaof recording a live album had been in the back of our minds since the originalline-up, but with various personnel changes the time never seemed to be right.But since Dave Foster joined the band it really feels like things have settledinto the perfect version of the band and a lot of our fans have been telling usthat they’d love us to make a live DVD. They loved the studio albums but feltthat the PANIC ROOM live experience took things to a whole different level andthey wanted to have a memento of that experience. So last year we eventuallythought “Let’s do it!” – and with Dave firmly established in the band it seemedlike the ideal time to capture the energy of a live performance and showcaseall the strengths of the band at the point we’ve got to before moving intowriting and recording our first new album with the new line-up. The project wasbrought to life by a Pledge Music campaign. Firstly, could the band have donethis without this innovative type of fan funding?Thecosts of producing a DVD are so much more than making a CD… venue hire, filmcrew, production costs, etc… so there was really no question of doing thiswithout crowd funding it. Our fans are incredibly supportive, but at the sametime we never want to take that support for granted. So before committing to alarge budget we needed to know that we’d be able to raise the necessary fundsto pay for it all. The Pledgemusic campaign allowed us to involve our fans,explain the costs involved and ask them to get on board and help make it areality. Werealised it was a really big ask, raising £25k – and we were taking a risk thatmeant if we didn’t hit the target, the project would have had to be abandoned.We could have done it a lot cheaper… but as a band, it’s really important to usthat the music we make is represented on album or DVD in the highest qualitythat we can afford.  We’d rather not doit at all than put out something that was sub-standard… so doing it on thecheap was never an option.In theevent, the fans really stepped up and the level of their support and passionfor the project was amazing… we raised over £28k by the end of the campaign andthe existence of ‘Screens | Live in London’is all down to everyone who supported us financially and encouraged us alongthe way.Will you be usingthis to fund future projects, including new studio releases?Afterour very positive experiences using Kickstarter for the ‘ESSENCE’ album andPledgemusic for the ‘SCREENS’ DVD I think we’ll definitely use some kind ofcrowdfunding to fund and support future projects. It’s a really good way forindependent musicians and songwriters to connect with their fans. Music isall about making connections… we understand that our music is nothing if itdoesn’t reach out and touch the listener. The live experience is all aboutmakin[...]