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Gouveia Art Rock - Gouveia, Portugal, April 26/27

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Topic: Gouveia Art Rock - Gouveia, Portugal, April 26/27
Posted By: Kotro
Subject: Gouveia Art Rock - Gouveia, Portugal, April 26/27
Date Posted: January 20 2014 at 11:19
GOUVEIA ART ROCK
26/27 April, 2014
Teatro-Cine de Gouveia



Saturday, April 26
- Gatto Marte (Italy)
- Not a Good Sign (Italy)
Thierry Zaboitzeff (France/Austria)
- AyseDeniz Gokcin (Turkey) 
- Three Friends (UK)

Sunday, April 27
- Fadomorse (Portugal)
Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy (UK)
- Peter Hammill & Gary Lucas (UK/USA)


Website (English version): http://www.gaudela.net/gar/index-e.html
Facebook page (English and Portuguese): https://www.facebook.com/GouveiaArtRock 

Tickets on sale soon! 


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Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: January 20 2014 at 11:28
Another edition of Gouveia Art Rock is on the horizon. First confirmation is Three Friends, a repeat. I'm often not too fond of repeat act in a short span of time, but their show three years ago was great and will be great to see them again. 

Not all is good news. It's sad to see that the festival has apparently missed the opportunity to book Camel, Arena or IQ, all of which will play in Portugal close to the festival's date. Especially disappoiting to know that Portuguese legend Josť Cid, who recently announced a live presentation of his 1978 album, will not take part, as his so far only concert is set for April 11th.


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: January 22 2014 at 10:44
I can't decide if I should see Camel or Josť Cid. It would be great if they would join them in Gouveia Art Rock specially because it's closer to me. 


Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: February 08 2014 at 05:33
Second announcement: Thierry Zaboitzeff, playing the sountrack to Das Cabinet des Dr. Cagliari.

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Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: February 09 2014 at 04:42
Third announcement: Not a Good Sign, a side project of Yugen members.

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Posted By: Nogbad_The_Bad
Date Posted: February 09 2014 at 09:08
That's a really nice signing. Congratulations.

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Posted By: Specimen
Date Posted: February 14 2014 at 05:04
Carl Palmer was announced today.This is going to be sweet.


Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: February 14 2014 at 06:46
Indeed, Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy (Carl Palmer and two guitarrists play ELP classics) has just been added to the line-up. So far it's the first non-repeat act to tickle my fancy (always thought the best moment in ELP's music was the guitar solo in Tarkus, so this should be a treat).

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Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: February 18 2014 at 16:45
Yet another return to the festival, this time by Gatto Marte. Those festival organisers sure are running out of ideas. Or money.

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Posted By: Specimen
Date Posted: February 19 2014 at 03:25
How is repeating some acts representive of lack of money from their part?


Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: February 19 2014 at 05:05
Originally posted by Specimen

Dumb but honest question: how is that repeating some artists shows lack of money from their part?

That is pure speculation on my part, since I am in no way affiliated with the festival nor have I ever been part of a similar enterprise. But I can only assume that artists like Gatto Marte, who already played the festival and also enjoyed it as spectators, travel light, and have the option to combine travelling arrangements with fellow countrymen, might facilitate and charge a little less for their booking.    


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Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: February 22 2014 at 16:15
Something a little different: Turkish pianist AyseDeniz Gokcin playing Pink Floyd. 

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Posted By: corpsheffield
Date Posted: February 25 2014 at 08:20
Royal Hunt will be performing live at Corporation Sheffield on Thursday 6th March with support from Swedish Progressive metal outfit Cloudscape.

Royal Hunt is a progressive metal band based in Denmark, founded in 1989 by keyboardist Andre Andersen. The band is known for creating melodic music with a progressive and symphonic flair. They made a huge success during mid-90s with vocalist D.C. Cooper on their classic albums Moving Target and Paradox mainly in Japan and Europe. They have experienced several lineup changes throughout their history, in 2007 they acquired singer Mark Boals, who replaced former vocalist John West. In 2011 after numerous requests from fans and promoters worldwide they decided to reunite with their former vocalist D. C. Cooper for a special tour, covering the first four albums of the band. They have since recorded a new album entitled Show Me How to Live featuring the returning D.C. Cooper as their permanent vocalist moving forward. They have sold more than 1 million albums worldwide.


Check the facebook event below:
https://www.facebook.com/events/209893895860833/

Tickets can be purchased from the Corporation website here:
http://www.corporation.org.uk/gig/1603/Royal+Hunt+at+Corporation+on+6+March+2014


Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: February 26 2014 at 08:12
Another entry: Fadomorse, a Portuguese band mixing traditional music with "modern urban sounds", whatever that means. 

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Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: February 26 2014 at 08:35
So far, it's definitely the least interesting edition I can remember. If they don't bring in a decent headliner (or some interesting second tier band), I'll be giving it a skip this year.

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Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: March 01 2014 at 14:25
Today Peter Hammill & Gary Lucas were announced. Peter's 4th visit to Gouveia. 

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Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: March 04 2014 at 10:09
Weekend schedule updated!

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Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: March 21 2014 at 17:07
Tickets on sale NOW: http://www.gaudela.net/gar/index-e.html

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Posted By: tonyes
Date Posted: March 24 2014 at 08:39
Originally posted by Kotro

Indeed, Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy (Carl Palmer and two guitarrists play ELP classics) has just been added to the line-up. So far it's the first non-repeat act to tickle my fancy (always thought the best moment in ELP's music was the guitar solo in Tarkus, so this should be a treat).


Saw these in January. The highlight of the set was the bass guitarists solo rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody. Simply Stunning!



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