I'm currently unattached but my last girlfriend is a dancer. She's danced her way half way around the world and hasn't made it back.
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I think Loren Nerell looks a bit like Mick Fleetwood.
I highly doubt SR will ever release anything as a download, from what I know of his opinion on the subject. Personally I don't like download only albums either.
Great promotion - excellent marketing.
who said controversy doesn't sell.
ScottM2QuoteThere's some discussion on Wikipedia of whether the Secret Agent (Danger Man) was the Prisoner or not.I learned last night that the episode "Living in Harmony" was not aired in the US until the late 90's, due to it's implications to anti-Vietnam-War stance.
I always assumed that he was.
Be seeing you.
Mike - I'd recommend the tube version of the HoleyStone to balance the attitude with some warmth.
I believe that Steve Roach used this model on the special-edition of his Early Man album.
Swear to God, they're like Tribbles on super-tritacale.
I had a brief conversation with Stephen Hill when he stopped by. I remember him telling me that the success of more commercial releases such as those by John Boswell and the "Celtic Twilight" series helped to subsidize the releases on Fathom. I doubt that there was any pressure placed by the HOS/Fathom label on Steve or Robert to commercialize their sound.
So I am curious, does anyone know the history behind this split in Hearts of Space, and was it prompted by complaints from the New Age listeners, or by the artists themselves, who were exploring the darker territories? It seems this shows a fundamental strangeness in the whole New Age movement, where the dark side of humanity and the universe is glossed over, or not acknowledged.
It is, after all, a tool used by the CIA