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Originally posted by projeKct projeKct wrote:

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Yep. Someone fixed it it seems. Was it you?
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http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=64745 needs to be removed.  Somehow, it posted twice.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote NotAProghead Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 20 2020 at 18:31
Originally posted by mbzr48 mbzr48 wrote:

http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=64664

Sarah Bailey should be Bayley

Thanks, Mayer, done.
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I think this album should probably be listed under Moonchild Trio like the other albums.  It is currently under John Zorn, which is not incorrect, however, the other Moonchild Trio albums then should also be either moved under John Zorn or this one should be moved to Moonchild Trio with the others.
 

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote NotAProghead Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 25 2020 at 08:04
^ I think it would be better to contact RIO/Avant Team because to sort these things out needs a Jon Zorn specialist.
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Originally posted by NotAProghead NotAProghead wrote:

^ I think it would be better to contact RIO/Avant Team because to sort these things out needs a Jon Zorn specialist.
 
This might be true, but either way, it should be consistent and should go either one way or the other.  I'll ask the specialists.

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http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=64359

- Thorsten Quaeschning / Synthesizer, Musical Director
- Ulrich Schnauss / Synthesizer
- Hoshiko Yamane / Violin

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Originally posted by TCat TCat wrote:

I think this album should probably be listed under Moonchild Trio like the other albums.  It is currently under John Zorn, which is not incorrect, however, the other Moonchild Trio albums then should also be either moved under John Zorn or this one should be moved to Moonchild Trio with the others.
 
 
So, I asked the RIO/Avant team about this several days ago and they have promptly ignored it.  I guess it's not a big deal for it to be inconsistent. 

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^ So let's leave it as it is.

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Originally posted by mbzr48 mbzr48 wrote:

http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=64359

- Thorsten Quaeschning / Synthesizer, Musical Director
- Ulrich Schnauss / Synthesizer
- Hoshiko Yamane / Violin


Thanks, Mayer, done.

Also moved it to Studio albums because of this note on Amazon:
"With Recurring Dreams, the new generation of Tangerine Dream pay homage to the band's timeless beginnings with captivating and emotional renditions of selected classics, such as "Phaedra", "Stratosfear", "Tangram" and "Yellowstone Park". These new recordings are not just re-recorded covers but heartfelt and individual interpretations, featuring all generations of synths and sequencers, added layers and new arrangements, applying Froese's new quantum dream to these highly influential tracks."
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This album is in the archives twice, once under Vespero and once under Angel Ontalva.
 
 

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote NotAProghead Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 05 2020 at 18:13
^ Thanks, will report to Admins.
I think it should be under Angel Ontalva.
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- Paul Mackie / vocals

- Niall Mathewson / guitars, vocals
- Ronnie Brown / keyboards, vocals
- Graeme Murray / bass, Taurus bass pedals, 12-string guitar, vocals
- Colin Fraser / drums, vocals

- E&O Team: Thanks, done. Also moved it to albums, because tracks were re-recorded. I know, we don't have a proper category for re-recordings, but anyway it's not a compilation.


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http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=64854

I just think that I posted it under the wrong category, should be studio and NOT compilation! amazing album!


I'm not sure if this should be under compilation or studio, it's completely different than the original from 1999 and double the length and different cover too, I think studio is more appropriate 

- E&O Team: I think both are OK in compilations.
The Lost Songs: 1996 / 2000 is a collection of previously released and (probably) unreleased tracks, so Compilations is a proper category.
Rainchild (20th Anniversary Edition) info could be added to original "Rainchild" album or, like you did, as a separate entry. As a collection of previously released and unreleased tracks it's OK in Compilations.


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http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=64095


I just finished listening to a very interesting unique album that is 95% instrumental

1. Corona Dance (Vocal) (8:09)

2. Woman Walking in Wild Wind (5:47)

3. The Distraction (6:06)

4. George in Sand (6:34)

5. Good Morning, George (1:18)

6. Meet the Invaders (Noises) (4:05)

7. Planet Maitraies (4:57)

8. Warui Aliens (Vocal) (6:26)

Total Time 43:22

Line-up / Musicians

- Hiromi Sugawara / guitar
- Koji 'David' Ishii / keyboards, stick, saxophones
- Taiji Yagi / bass, vocals (1,8)
- Takashi 'Hatasu' Itoh / drums

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Originally posted by NotAProghead NotAProghead wrote:

^ Thanks, will report to Admins.
I think it should be under Angel Ontalva.


we are having a mess now, there are two Angel Ontalva & Vespero albums, one added under Vespero, one under Angel Ontalva

for me both albums belong to the Vespero discog, mainly due to the fact that the complete Vespero crew is involved, enhanced by Angel. Also, the dominant style is psych/space not jazz/fusion

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^ Formally Carta Marina has to be moved to Angel Ontalva page because the cover reads "Angel Ontalva & Vespero", not the other way round.
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Originally posted by mbzr48 mbzr48 wrote:

http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=64095

I just finished listening to a very interesting unique album that is 95% instrumental

1. Corona Dance (Vocal) (8:09)

2. Woman Walking in Wild Wind (5:47)

3. The Distraction (6:06)

4. George in Sand (6:34)

5. Good Morning, George (1:18)

6. Meet the Invaders (Noises) (4:05)

7. Planet Maitraies (4:57)

8. Warui Aliens (Vocal) (6:26)

Total Time 43:22

Line-up / Musicians

- Hiromi Sugawara / guitar
- Koji 'David' Ishii / keyboards, stick, saxophones
- Taiji Yagi / bass, vocals (1,8)
- Takashi 'Hatasu' Itoh / drums

Thanks, Mayer, done. Now we have:

1. Corona Dance (Vocal) (8:09)
2. Woman Walking in Wild Wind (5:47)
3. The Distraction (Instrumental) (6:06)
4. George in Sand (Instrumental) (6:34)
5. Good Morning, George (Instrumental) (1:18)
6. Meet the Invaders (Noises) (4:05)
7. Planet Maitraies (Instrumental) (4:57)
8. Warui Aliens (Vocal) (6:26) 

What Is track 2 - instrumental or noises?


Edited by NotAProghead - February 09 2020 at 07:11
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