Please enjoy this 4.5 minute trailer featuring snips from all three of the album's songs.
Band members doing their thing!
CHILD IN TIME - Into The Purple (with IAN PAICE) 2016 - Full HD
INTO THE PURPLE - Deep Purple tribute band + IAN PAICE (Deep Purple drummer and founder) SUBSCRIBE to check out our latest news! Our FB page: https://www.facebook.com/intothepurpleband INTO THE PURPLE are: Davide Calabretta (Drums) Giovanni Zaccaria (Bass) Antonio Mercuri (Guitar) Giorgio Barozzi (Hammond/Keyboard) Vins Perri (Vocals) Special guests: Ian Paice (Deep Purple drummer and founder) Roberto Tiranti (Vocals) Management: Emanuele Morabito Tel. 389 066 8677 E-mail: email@example.com May 30th 2016 - Teatro Gentile Cittanova (RC) - Italy
Tangekanic Doctor Livingstone (I Presume)
The Tangent/Karmakanic hybrid band play the instrumental "Doctor Livingstone (I Presume) from The Tangent album "The Slow Rust Of Forgotten Machinery" This version features on the Tangekanic live album "Hotel Cantaffordit" recorded at the New Jersey Proghouse in October 2017. After the album was mixed we then found out that some kind soul had filmed it - so - one camera only, here's the band doing their stuff... a long way from home. More info at www.thetangent.org. Feel free to share!
Tangekanic - Steer By The Stars -
SEE THE BAND LIVE IN SWEDEN & DENMARK SOON!!!!! Tangekanic - The Tangent and Karmakanic Live show perform the Karmakanic song "Steer By The Stars" live at New Jersey Proghouse USA in October 2017. Available as a Live CD album "Hotel Cantaffordit" available from www,thetangent.org or www.reingoldrecords.se
The Tangent - Music Inspired by CAMEL's "The Snow Goose"
A JUST FOR FUN piece recorded at Christmas 2013. Andy Tillison Diskdrive (The Tangent) records his multitrack homage to Camel in front of a few video cameras. No Miming! This is NOT a cover version, it's an original piece of music that owes a lot of its construction to Camel's work in the mid 1970s. The recording was MADE during this session and all the video angles happen in real time - there are no cutaways. The BASS parts were also filmed but were later replaced because Andy was not happy with what he did on the day - hence bass is not covered in the video. It was, however, done on keyboards in the same way as the rest. There are 2 corrections (bad bum notes which were subsequently edited) - see if you can find the discrepancy between the video and the audio! Andy does NOT advocate keyboards as a replacement for guitars,drums or anything else. It's what CAN be done, not what SHOULD be done. This was, as was mentioned earlier - FOR FUN. You can buy this track at the band's website www.thetangent.org With the purchase you receive the video - a flac & MP3 version of the song - plus several other tracks from the recent Tangent/Po90/GFDD "download" series including music going as far back as 1987. An ideal introduction to the Tangent and its music. SUBSTANTIAL PROCEEDS from sales will be donated to various Cancer Charities.
Steve Hackett - Firth Of Fifth
Steve Hackett – Genesis Revisited Band & Orchestra: Live At The Royal Festival Hall "It was a fantastic experience for both the band and myself to play alongside an orchestra and to feel the power of the sound this extraordinary combo created. It sounds equally compelling on both film and audio. I'm proud to release this exciting product." ~ Steve H. DISCLAIMER: No copyright infringement intended. This video is for entertainment and educational purposes only. The rights to the song and video belong to the band & the music company. Bass, Pedalboard [Bass Pedals], Guitar [Variax], Twelve-String Guitar, Vocals – Jonas Reingold Vocals, Tambourine – Nad Sylvan Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Gary O'Toole Guitar, Vocals – Steve Hackett Keyboards – Roger King Saxophone, Woodwind, Percussion, Vocals, Pedalboard [Bass Pedals] – Rob Townsend Conductor – Bradley Thachuk Contractor – Helen Fitzgerald Orchestra – The Heart Of England Philharmonic https://store.hackettsongs.com/products/genesis-revisited-band-orchestra-live-at-the-royal-festival-hall-2cd-blu-ray