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This is a multi-camera, semi-pro, official bootleg DVD-R released in a limited edition to be sold at their debut North American gig at Bahaprog. The main part of the show is a bit over an hour long and there's some bonus stuff as well. This is by the 5...

This is a multi-camera, semi-pro, official bootleg DVD-R released in a limited edition to be sold at their debut US gig at Progday. The main part of the show is a bit over an hour long and there's some bonus stuff as well. This is by the 5 piece...

"The DVD ‘Pure - Live In Germany’ is a goody for fans of the seventies legend. Nektar presents themselves live in top form, recorded in 2004 at the WDR Rockpalast. As bonus there are 4 unplugged tracks which the band recorded during an unplugged sessio...

This is the same version of New Trolls (I have to say this, because there are now several!) who released the very excellent Do ut Des. This has all of Concerto Grosso and Concerto Grosso 2, as well as a couple of other tracks, all recorded live in...

Well, you reform, put out a very good album, and, of course, you play some concerts which are captured for CD/DVD release. That's how it goes.
This is a concert recording of a very good new release from old Italian favorites; one of the longest lived (on and off) Italian progressive bands, who can trace their history back to the late 60s! Why they feel the need/are forced to now record as "UT New Trolls" is something known only to the lawyers. But it's them and it's good!

Rolando Lamussene · Djembe · Mbira · Voice · Percussion
Kesivan Naidoo · Drums · Cymbals · Gongs · Percussion
Peter Conradin Zumthor · Drums · Cymbals · Gongs · Percussion
Lucas Niggli · Drums · Cymbals · Gongs · Percussion...

"This 2017 release sees the band extend further the reach of it's panoramic textural twists on the ballad tradition and firmly establishing itself as one of the most intriguing British bands of the last decade."

Nuova Idea were an early 70's Genoa, Italy progressive/heavy quintet. While I would be surprised if they were anyone's favorite Italian progressive band, they were a good band and are remembered fondly, especially by folks who like proto-progressive...