Progressive Rock U.K. 1970s (Tracks) Nektar – “Remember The Future”

Progressive Rock Tracks U.K. 1970s

Nektar (U.K.)

”Remember The Future” (Opening Track included on the album ”Remember The Future”)

Recorded in August 1973 at Chipping Norton Studios,  Chipping Norton, Mix and SQ-Encodation at Dierks Studios, Stommeln, Germany

Released on 22nd November 1973

Bacillus (Bellaphon),  BLPS 19164 Q

Line-up/Credits :

Allan “Taff” Freeman – keyboards, backing vocals, production

Roye Albrighton – guitars, lead vocals, production

Derek “Mo” Moore – bass guitar, backing vocals, production

Ron Howden – drums, percussion, backing vocals, production

Mick Brockett – lights, production

Peter Hauke – production

Barry Hammond – engineer

Printed By – Johannes Alt GmbH

Published By – Bellver Musikverlag

Mixed By – Dieter Dierks

Photography By – Dieter Weis

Producer, Written-By – Nektar

Lyrics :

Take a trip back in time
Life evolving growing higher
Not just space that bluebird sees
In the sea a new domain

E-vo-lu-tion
E-vo-lu-tion

Swimming forth came on land
Beast to ape grasping hands
Thinking kill never ran
Lived in caves enter man

E-vo-lu-tion
E-vo-lu-tion

Tamed the fire prophesied
Length of day and height of sky
Made his tools chased his meal
Then progressed he built the wheel

Falling down from heaven
Twisted leaves – so twisted
Still so strong after all those
L-I-E-S

I can see the meaning
Twisted trees – so twisted
Spin the wheel of never ending
T-I-M-E

Blessed were the ways of the creatures in their caves
Who hold the last clue in the life of me and you
They had to fight to make good their rights
And Bluebird could not stir

Who
Who made you and who made me
Whose are the eyes of the world that looked at me

Falling from their saddles
Victories lost battles
Spin the wheel of never ending
L-I-F-E

Blessed were the ways of the sinners in their graves
Who saved the last place in the shade for me and you
Forty Thousand teeth were beared
As if to rip the flesh already torn

Who
Who made you and me
Whose were the eyes of the world that looked at me

I was the first to see it all
When rainbow crossed the bridge at dawn
Forty billion miles I came to tell this tale
Already told

Who
Who made you and who made me
Whose are the eyes of the world we’re looking through

Remember the future
Remember the future
Remember the future

Remember the first time
I came here the last time
Remember the future will always be there

But now that it’s over
I’ll see you the next time
Remember the future is yours

Remember the future
Remember the future

And now that you’ve seen me
I see it’s behind you
Remember the future will always be there

And so I have told you
You see what’s before you
Remember the future is yours

Remember the future
Remember the future
Remember the future
Remember the future

Nektar – ”Remember The Future” album cover photo (front)

NEKTAR REMEMBER THE FUTURE 3

Nektar 

NEKTAR 1

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Garage/Psychedelic Rock U.K. 1980s (Tracks) The Thanes – ”Keep You Out”

Garage/Psychedelic Rock Tracks U.K. 1980s

The Thanes (Scotland, United Kingdom)

”Keep You Out” ( Opening track, included on the album ”Thanes Of Cawdor”)

Recorded at Chamber Studio, Edinburgh

Released on 9th October 1987

DDT Records (DISP LP11)

Line-up/Credits :

Bass, Vocals – Alan McLean

Drums, Vocals – Calvin Burt

Engineer – Iain Anderson, Jamie Watson

Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica – Lenny Helsing

Organ, Guitar, Vocals – Bruce Lyall

Photography By – Graham MacIndoe

Producer – Jamie Watson

The Thanes – “Thanes Of Cawdor” Album cover photo (front)

THE THANES 1

YouTube Link

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The Thanes Band’s link on Bandcamp

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7/12-inch Singles/E.p.s Garage/Psychedelic Rock Sweden 1980s Τhe Crimson Shadows – “Even I Tell Lies”

7/12-inch Singles/E.ps Garage/Psychedelic Rock Sweden 1980s

The Crimson Shadows (Sweden)

 “Even I Tell Lies” (written by Peter Maniette)

Debut A’ Side single (B’ Side Single “You Can’t Come Down”, written by The Crimson Shadows)

Recorded at Siljan Studios, on 13th/14th September 1985

Released in December 1985

Sunlight Records, Sweden (SUNL 002)

Line-up/Credits :

Bass, Voice – Jens Lindberg

Drums – Johan Maniette

Guitar, Voice – Måns P. Månsson

Harmonica, Tambourine, Other [Strange Dances On Stage] – Henrik Orjje

Organ [Farfisa & Vox], Voice – Peter Maniette

Photography By [Front Picture] – Per-Olof Sännås

Artwork, Sleeve [Sleeve Design], Photography By [Live Picture] – Patrick Emt

The Crimson Shadows – “Even I Tell Lies” Single album cover photo (front)

CRIMSON SHADOWS EVEN I TELL LIES

Single Album Cover (Back)

THE CRIMSON SHADOWS 1

Band’s Photo

CRIMSON SHADOWS 1

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The Crimson Shadows – “Even I Tell Lies” Audio file link on Spotify