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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 22 2011 at 09:02
Yes, I'm sure about the url because I saved it as a favourite. I've also seen the Japanese clothes shop and many sites for the metal band.
 
I've spotted a mistake, in my favourites, it comes up as
 
                                 http:www.evergrey.fr
 
 
 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 22 2011 at 08:43
Hmmm, that URL points to a Japanese clothes shop or something from what I can see, and the Internet archive points to that one or a similar type of site all the way back to 2004. You sure that was the correct URL?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 22 2011 at 07:41
Okay, thanks very much for your help. Maybe someone who remembers the site (www.evergrey.com) will pass by one of these days. Evergrey were active up to July 2009. Their site was cached after this but probably still worked up to the end of that year.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 22 2011 at 05:49
Musea Records have samples from their own releases on their webshop, at least their most recent ones. And all of their own artists (i.e. the ones signed by Musea exclusively) can all be found on Spotify too. So in that department you will have plenty to explore.
And then there's Progstreaming of course. It takes a dedicated listener to just manage to keep track of all the titles given a run of a few weeks of free streaming on that site.
Whatever happened to the site you refer to I don't know. I had never heard about them until you mentioned that one.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 22 2011 at 05:36
Originally posted by Windhawk Windhawk wrote:

Could it be that you're mixing this up with a reseller rather than a label?
 
Yes, it is possible. I just assumed they were a label because they offered free mp3 downloads of whole tracks as samples. Is it possible for a reseller to be taken over by a label? If they were taken over by another reseller, they could potentially be even harder to track down. The reason I wanted to find them, is because the samples led me to hear many high quality bands that I would never have otherwise come across. There would be others I missed before the site disappeared.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 22 2011 at 05:22
I can find no trace of a record label called Evergrey Records. Of the artists you mention, all but the last two are or have been signed to Musea Records. Could it be that you're mixing this up with a reseller rather than a label?

Musea Records have been active under that name for more than 20 years now.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 22 2011 at 04:56
Is Musea, what used to be Everygrey records (not to be confused with the metal band)? Everygrey's website was archived and then disappeared from the archive. I understand they became another label under a different name. Bands/projects signed to them were Colossus Project, Healing Road, Mirage, Galadriel, Ulysses, Luup, Cast, Anima Mundi, Ancient Vision, Guy Manning & Andy Tillison and many others.  
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 06 2011 at 08:43
Originally posted by toroddfuglesteg toroddfuglesteg wrote:

Yes, too commercial and too neo for us. They are all yours, neo's.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 06 2011 at 08:13
Yes, too commercial and too neo for us. They are all yours, neo's.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 06 2011 at 08:07
Originally posted by toroddfuglesteg toroddfuglesteg wrote:

Olav.

If you don't mind, I will grab Oneira from the Musea stable for an evalution in the Symph Prog team.

What the blurb says:  The Progressive rock band Oneira has been formed in Italy by composer/guitarist and bass player Filippos Gougoumis in 2010. The current bandmembers are Erik Spedicato on drums, Giampaolo Begnoni on keys and Vincent King as guest vocalist. The debut album "Natural Prestige" contains 10 songs, out of which 4 are instrumental.The rest of the songs comes with deep emotional lyrics, dealing with goals to achieve in life, adventures in space, or the beauty of nature and the peace of the sea. For the making of the album Filippos teamed up with producer Oliver Philipps (Everon) and producer/engineer Christian "Moschus" Moos (Everon/Spacelab Studio). While Oliver arranged the songs and appears as special guest (keys, guitars, vocals), Moschus mixed the album and also did part of the recordings.The rest had been recorded in Italy already before Filippos came over to Germany to finish the album. The style of the music is progressive rock, with the focus on melodies and atmospheres, not on technical wizzardry. It may be best compared to the earlier works of bands such as Genesis or Yes, but may as well appeal to people who like bands like Rush, Styx or Journey.


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Oh, not found this post by you Torodd ... looks like Oneira will be approved sooner or later in Neo, and in Symph Team they've already been rejected?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 02 2011 at 16:58
Great. Album and artist linked in to the giant list at the beginning of this thread.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 01 2011 at 21:37
Originally posted by Windhawk Windhawk wrote:

Exode (Not in PA database, under evaluation by the symphonic genre team)

D'Ici Et D'Ailleurs (2005)
Imprint: Musea

Track list:
1 - Chant Sous Les Océans - (7'10)
2 - L'Apprenti-Sorcier - (5'50)
3 - Les Noces Noires - (5'28)
4 - Hélas - (3'50)
5 - Un Chat Sur Le Toit - (5'15)
6 - Le Funambule - (4'44)
7 - Voleurs D'Ames - (4'55)
8 - Zone Rouge - (3'56)
9 - Celia - (6'19)
10 - Les Hordes - (5'25)
11 - Le Chaman - (7'00)
12 - Frère - (7'41)
13 - Voyage Dans Les Silences - (4'21)

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The French group EXODE is led by singer-songwriter Roland LELONG, who once shared the stage with one famous Seventies theatrical Progressive rock band from the city of Belfort: ANGE. It is no surprise if the current sextet chose the musical style of the latter, including the title of one of its most renowned tracks. Published by the Musea label, "D'Ici Et D'Ailleurs" (2005) can be considered as being directly connected with the music created by ANGE and MONA LISA. The theatrical singing shines all over that first album, developing poetic lyrics about fairy and mythology. Between the Mellotron, the organ and the flute, nothing is missing to pursue the Seventies' spirit. Nevertheless, EXODE is clever enough to revisit this universe with a refreshing enthusiasm. This is great stuff indeed, who'll surely enchant Seventies French Progressive rock lovers. Not to be missed !





Sorry for the delay, approved in Symphonic

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 27 2011 at 10:04
Originally posted by Windhawk Windhawk wrote:

Great. Toss them out to whatever team seems best suited to give them a check :-)
KEHELL have already been suggested in JMA and JR/F in PA. Wink

EDIT: And added in JMA.
http://www.jazzmusicarchives.com/kehell.aspx


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 26 2011 at 22:09
Great. Toss them out to whatever team seems best suited to give them a check :-)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 26 2011 at 18:03
I've got Kehell's album, related to a Japanese Neo band Orpheus. Shugekazu Kamaki, an Orpheus' founder, formed this project soon after Orpheus disbanded.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 26 2011 at 11:28
Heh, by the looks of it one person very happy about my involvement in the prog world is my daughter. She gets more and more into sophisticated music for each day, latest album to charm her the most excellent new disc by Eternal Wanderers.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 26 2011 at 09:43

 

Originally posted by Windhawk Windhawk wrote:

I'm merely doing this because noone else is :-)

That's us Norwegians destiny here in PA. Having to take jobs nobody else in want. Better getting on with it and hope our grand-grand children will break free. 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 26 2011 at 08:28
Oh, grab ahead. If someone wants to help out in dishing out these artists for eval go ahead. I'm merely doing this because noone else is :-)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 26 2011 at 07:13

Olav.

If you don't mind, I will grab Oneira from the Musea stable for an evalution in the Symph Prog team.

What the blurb says:  The Progressive rock band Oneira has been formed in Italy by composer/guitarist and bass player Filippos Gougoumis in 2010. The current bandmembers are Erik Spedicato on drums, Giampaolo Begnoni on keys and Vincent King as guest vocalist. The debut album "Natural Prestige" contains 10 songs, out of which 4 are instrumental.The rest of the songs comes with deep emotional lyrics, dealing with goals to achieve in life, adventures in space, or the beauty of nature and the peace of the sea. For the making of the album Filippos teamed up with producer Oliver Philipps (Everon) and producer/engineer Christian "Moschus" Moos (Everon/Spacelab Studio). While Oliver arranged the songs and appears as special guest (keys, guitars, vocals), Moschus mixed the album and also did part of the recordings.The rest had been recorded in Italy already before Filippos came over to Germany to finish the album. The style of the music is progressive rock, with the focus on melodies and atmospheres, not on technical wizzardry. It may be best compared to the earlier works of bands such as Genesis or Yes, but may as well appeal to people who like bands like Rush, Styx or Journey.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 25 2011 at 09:19
Teknikolor (Rejected for Progarchives inclusion)

LNA's Dream (1999)
Imprint: Musea

Track list:
1 - Opening (I. Part One) - (1'56)
2 - White Moon (I. Part One) - (2'41)
3 - Lullaby - (1'47)
4 - Nikipol - (1'53)
5 - Teknicolor - (2'02)
6 - Opening (II. Part Two) - (1'40)
7 - Celtic - (3'48)
8 - Ascension - (1'57)
9 - LNA's Dream - (4'08)
10 - Planetarium - (2'05)
11 - Russian Monk - (1'36)
12 - Triangle - (3'29)
13 - Discovery - (0'56)
14 - Slender - (2'09)
15 - Legend - (2'27)
16 - Miniature - (1'14)
17 - Oriental Tale - (1'01)
18 - Minimalistik - (2'46)
19 - White Moon (II. Part Two) - (3'50)

Label description:
Patrice CHARTOL is the front man of TEKNICOLOR, the band that issued "LNA's Dream" at the beginning of the New Millenium. This bass-keyboards player was also helped by two singers and a flutist in order to create a musical trip in time and space through nineteen suggestive and oneiric tracks. This aerie Progressive rock style with an ethnic feeling also shows some classical influences (FAURE, RAVEL...). This musician presents a collection of works close to those of VANGELIS or Klaus SCHULZE, the true masters of electronic music.






Edited by Windhawk - October 18 2011 at 09:00
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