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After the Satellite Sings
Review by Gary Hill
The mix of sounds here is great. It ranges from electronic music to jazz, King Crimson like prog and a lot more.

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Bill Nelson’s Orchestra Arcana – Optimism
Review by Gary Hill
I like pretty much everything I’ve ever heard from Bill Nelson.

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Chance Encounters in the Garden of Lights
Review by Gary Hill
One always expects something special when you play an album from Bill Nelson. This double CD set is no exception there.

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Dreamy Screens (Soundtracks from the Echo Observatory)
Review by Gary Hill
This box set houses three CDs from Bill Nelson. Two of the albums were recorded as soundtracks.

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Live at Metropolis Studios London
Review by Gary Hill
For some reason when I looked at the name, I figured this was going to be an oldies set, you know 1950s music done by one of the originators.

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My Secret Studio (Vol. 1)
Review by Gary Hill
This collection is literally made up of studio sketches. Bill Nelson spent a period of several years working on song ideas for a band he was looking to assemble.

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Be-Bop Deluxe - Axe Victim (Deluxe Edition)
Review by Gary Hill

Be-Bop Deluxe is one of those bands that should have been much bigger than they were. From a point of view of being influential, these guys are huge, but to the general public, they are largely unknown.


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Be-Bop Deluxe - Drastic Plastic - Deluxe Edition
Review by Gary Hill
Drastic Plastic was the final album from Be Bop Deluxe. It was released in 1978.

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Dave Sturt - Dreams & Absurdities
Review by G. W. Hill

Dave Sturt is probably best known as a member of Gong and Bill Nelson’s band.


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Be-Bop Deluxe - Futurama
Review by Gary Hill

This is an expanded and classy reissue of Be-Bop Deluxe's 1975 album Futurama. The disc was aptly titled as the sound was really futuristic in a lot of ways.


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Various Artists - Love, Poetry and Revolution: A Journey through the British Psychedelic and Underground Scenes 1966-72
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a massive set. It’s also quite an interesting one.


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Be-Bop Deluxe - Modern Music: Deluxe Edition
Review by Gary Hill

This new double-disc collection brings us the original mix of a classic Be-bop Deluxe album along with a new mix.


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Various Artists - Riding the Rock Machine - British Seventies Classic Rock
Review by Gary Hill
I have heard arguments that say that the 1970s were the decade with the best music. Like any decade, they had a lot of garbage music

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Be-Bop Deluxe - Sunburnt Finish
Review by Gary Hill

This is a brand new two-CD edition of Be-Bop Deluxe's Sunburnt Finish album. The first CD is a new master of the original album.


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