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Prog Review 381 – Hergest Ridge – Mike Oldfield

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Prog Review 164 – Joy of a Toy – Kevin Ayers

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Marking the passing of Kevin Ayers, I thought I’d look at his very first album.

Prog Review 113: Ramshackled – Alan White

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And so I decided to look at the various solo albums that were released by the members of Yes after the release of “Relayer”

Prog Review 105: QE2 2012 Deluxe Edition – Mike Oldfield

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The latest Mike Oldfield remaster is “QE2” from 1980 featuring the drumming talents of Phil Collins. So what do I think of the new edition? You’ll have to watch the video to find out!

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Prog Review 104 – Platinum 2012 Deluxe Edition Mike Oldfield

Here I am talking about the latest reissue from Mike Oldfield. You can get your copy from: http://bit.ly/platinumdeluxe

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Prog Review 18: The Snow Goose – Camel

Another day, another prog record. This time under the suggestion of one of my viewers, I decided to purchase this seminal album by Camel. This is the first album I’ve ever heard by Camel – oh the shame – and so it was interesting to discover a band for the first time.

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David Bedford R.I.P.

I just heard that composer David Bedford has passed away. I came to him via his association with Mike Oldfield and remember at the height of my record collecting days (late 80s-early 90s) being completely entranced by his “The Odyssey” album. I was due to see him in November when he was due to appear with Roy Harper, but alas that moment has passed. I was really looking forward to it too.

This is a track that he and Oldfield did in 1977.

And here’s a link to his website.