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    Posted: April 21 2009 at 01:37
According to a Blog on his MySpace page Steve Thorne is getting close to completing his third album "Into the Ether" and has just posted a new track from it "Black Dahlia"on his MySpace page:

http://www.myspace.com/stevethorne

Sounds pretty damned good to me - can't wait for the whole album. His previous two were so good I will pre-order the latest unheard.

If you haven't heard of Steve before I strongly recommend you check him out - he's a very talented song writer/composer/multi-instrumentalist.

Contributions to his albums have been made by a number of well known and respected musicians, including Tony Levin, Nick D'Virgilio, Geoff Downes, Gavin Harrison, John Beck and various members of both IQ and Jadis.

If you have Martin Orford's solo album, 'The Old Road' you can here Steve on it - he penned lyrics and sung lead vocals "Out In The Darkness."

Well worth a listen.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 15 2009 at 11:16
Steve says the album is still on track for and end of May/early June release and has posted a streaming version of the title track on his MySPace page

http://www.myspace.com/stevethorne

The track features Tony Levin's on Stick bass, Nick D'virgilio on drums with Steve doing vocals and all other instrumentation.   This is a "must buy" and if the rest of the album is as good it should be a blinder!

Edited by Neil Palfreyman - May 15 2009 at 11:17
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