Band: Nektar Album: A Tab In The Ocean Year: 1972 Genre: Progressive Rock Released: (Mini LP SHM-CD 2013-Belle Antique Japan).
An album mad out of the B-Sides and the Unreleased songs from UK band Glass Animals
Evolution is the tenth album by progressive rock band Nektar, released in 2004.
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Néctar, released on June 15, 1999, is the eleventh album of rock en español group Enanitos Verdes. It was produced by Coti Sorokin, and was recorded and mixed entirely in Buenos Aires between the months of January and March 1999. It was nominated for the Grammy in the "Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album" category. The album, which includes ten songs, is a blend of different musical styles such as rock and ballads, as well as regional rhythms.
Recycled is the sixth album from English progressive rock band Nektar. It is a concept album addressing the band member's concerns about the environment. There are only two songs on the album, one for each side, titled simply "Part One" and "Part Two". Part One" tells the tale of a nightmarish future in which only "recycled energy" remains, while "Part Two" revolves around more present-day concerns about tourism despoiling untouched wilderness.
Redirected from Live in New York (Nektar album)). Nektar (German for Nectar) is a 1970s English progressive rock band originally based in Germany. The band formed in Hamburg, Germany in 1969. The founding members were Englishmen Roye Albrighton on guitars and vocals, Allan "Taff" Freeman on keyboards, Derek "Mo" Moore on bass, Ron Howden on drums, and Mick Brockett and Keith Walters on lights and special effects.
Nektar (German for Nectar) is an English progressive rock band originally based in Germany. The founding members were Englishmen Roye Albrighton on guitars and lead vocals, Allan "Taff" Freeman on keyboards, Derek "Mo" Moore on bass, Ron Howden on drums and artists Mick Brockett and Keith Walters on lights and "special effects". Though the concept of non-performing bandmembers was not unprecedented (.
Nectar ♡ Kamila Glowacki ♡ Aaron Shults ♡ Isabel Skidmore ♡ Jake Mott Knocking At The Door, released 20 April 2018 1. Blinds 2. Change Your Mind 3. Ursa Minor 4. Smile 5. January 6. Days 7. Slouch 8. Happy 9. Somewhere 10. Birthday Initially the side project of Kamila Glowacki, Nectar began with a four-track, self-titled cassette. A prolific musician and artist in the Champaign-Urbana, Illinois DIY scene, Glowacki started Nectar as an outlet to write songs that didn’t quite fit her punk-leaning bands.
NEKTAR is probably the most German-like of the Seventies British bands, a fame that owes a lot to the town in which this band was founded (Hamburg) and to their stylistic approach (Assimilated to Krautrock). NEKTAR was formed in 1969 by Allan FREEMAN (keyboards & vocals), Roye ALBRIGHTON (guitars & vocals), Derek MOORE (bass, Mellotron & vocals) and Ron HOWDEN (drums). Their earliest albums were hard rock that drew heavily from the space-rock and PINK FLOYD styles of the same period. Fortunately there is a compilation album just called NEKTAR (1976) which has all the best bits of the albums and is highly recommended. NEKTAR Videos (YouTube and more).
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Music written and produced by Benedict Thienpont
Also known as Larkspur (for Phoebus Music)
All tracks recorded and mastered at the Mobile Home base.
Date of release: 1994
Style: Ambient, Electro, IDM, Techno, House
Size MP3: 1833 mb
Size FLAC: 1729 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
Other Formats: AAC AHX FLAC DXD RA APE ADX