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Curved Air Release First Volume In Rarities Series

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Topic: Curved Air Release First Volume In Rarities Series
Posted By: glassonyonpr
Subject: Curved Air Release First Volume In Rarities Series
Date Posted: August 07 2016 at 11:45
For Immediate Release

UK Prog Legends Curved Air Release First Volume In Rarities Series “Tapestry Of Propositions” - OUT Now!

London, UK - TAPESTRY OF PROPOSITIONS is the first volume of the CURVED AIR RARITIES SERIES! This live album is an HOUR LONG version of the Curved Air song “Propositions” with over a dozen of the improvisations which usually follow now spliced together.

This album is a must for fans of the band and improvisational music!

The line-up on this recording is:
Sonja Kristina (lead vocals – tracks 1 and 17 only)
Florian Pilkington-Miksa (drums)
Kirby Gregory (guitar)
Chris Harris (bass)
Robert Norton (keys)
Paul Sax (violin)

Curved Air's “Tapestry Of Propositions” has been painstakingly compiled and produced by Robert Norton.

Released August 5, 2016.

To purchase:
http://www.cherryred.co.uk/product/tapestry-of-propositions/

Press inquiries: Glass Onyon PR, PH: 828-350-8158 (USA), [email protected]



Replies:
Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: August 07 2016 at 13:31
Hi there monsieur Onion:)
I've moved this thread, alongside a few others, to the part of the forum that deals with new prog releases. First and foremost because it is a far more visited part of PA, but also because they belong there seeing as the artists are featured on PA.
Cheers
David

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