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Friends!
We are glad to present you re-release of our live album “Liventure #19”!
Originally, it was recorded in Astrakhan in June 2008 and including tracks from “Rito” and “Surpassing All Kings” and was released in 2008 on RAIG (digital/CD-r). New edition is CD in cardboard folder (Mini-LP), with new cover – art. Album includes 4 extra tracks not available anywhere else. Alexander Kuzovlev has made new mix and mastering specially for this release.
It was our last concert with great singer Natalya Tjurina, and on extra tracks you can hear one of the founders of Vespero – Valentin Rulev (violin).

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I’ve released my third album. Streaming is free, but I hope you’ll consider buying the album, as ten percent of all sales will go to Duke Children’s Hospital. Here is why:
1. One Coin                   
2. Vita Brevis                   
3. A Month of Sundays           
4. On Your Wedding Day           
5. Glass Cannon Symphony           
6. In Season and Out of Season       
7. A Month of Sundays (Reprise)

This album is dedicated to my friend Alan Aycock, who had cystic fibrosis but was a great friend to me.

Alan never married, never had children, never grew old, and never grew up

The quality of his humor and wit was such that you could never be completely certain if he was laughing with you or at you.

I suspect his experiences taught him that life was too precious for someone to be anything other than honest and faithful.

Those who knew him still miss him.

And those who didn’t missed out.

Ten percent of all sales from A Month of Sundays will be donated to Duke Children’s Hospital in his memory.

Thank you for listening.

It’s been a long time, hasn’t it?

Here’s the link:

https://epignosis.bandcamp.com/album/a-month-of-sundays

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    Posted: April 26 2019 at 08:42

Hi prog rock friends. I am gobsmacked by the new lonely robot album  – Under Stars.

Beautiful lydian mode ethereal atmosphere of spiritual union. Makes me weep inside.

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Just got this and have not played it yet!Ouch
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Persephone’s Dream, named after a Greek myth, is a six-piece Symphonic Neo-Prog band founded in 1993 by guitarist Rowen Poole and bassist Chris Siegle.  Hailing from Pittsburgh, Pa., the band has released five albums of all-original progressive music — not a cover tune among them! Their sound is reminiscent of such well-received artists as Hidria Spacefolk, Magenta, and Izz, and has been influenced by spacey greats such as Ozric Tentacles and progressive luminaries such as Rush and Genesis. 

In a statement from the band:
“This has been a great and energizing year for us so far, and we’re extremely thankful for everyone who’s supported our dream and its journey. Not only are we releasing our sixth album, Anomalous Propagation, but we now also have the distinct honor and high privilege of signing on with Melodic Revolution Records. It’s a Persephone’s Dream come true—we’re beyond excited to work with MRR and find out where this partnership and the music leads us!” 

Persephone’s Dream now have their next opus poised in the wings, just offstage. Music to our ears! They recently finished the recording of their upcoming album, Anomalous Propagation, and it’s due out in late 2019 on LP, CD, & digital.  Log in, friends, and get primed to listen — more details to be announced soon!

Persephone’s Dream Is…
Rowen Poole: guitars, synths, lyrics
Chris Siegle: bass, synths
Heidi Engel: vocals, lyrics
Jim Puskar: drums, percussion
Jason English: guitars, vocals
Laura Martin: pianos, keyboards, synths, vocals

Follow Persephone’s Dream
Website: http://persephonesdream.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/persephonesdreamofficial/
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YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtB7fevhsXOCHr0Y2AjjlKQ
MRR Profile: https://mrrmusic.com/persephones-dream/

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Melodic Revolution Records Spotify Playlists:
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Progarchives own Special Collaborator Kev Rowland have now released the first of his three books that chronicle all the reviews he wrote up until 2006. The books will all be published by Gonzo Multimedia.

For more information and various links about the case in hand, the press release is published, among other places, here: http://houseofprog.com/blog/2019/03/30/kev-rowland-release-the-progressive-underground-vol-1/

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https://www.dgmlive.com/news/Heaven%20&%20Earth%20Pre-order%20ReconstruKction%20&%20Power

A few details about the Heaven & Earth box have been released as well as pre-orders are being taken. 

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^ thanks…idk why but one day I lost the ability to do that.

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Big Big Train will be releasing Grand Tour, their new studio album, on May 17th 2019.

Inspired by the 17th and 18th century custom of the Grand Tour, where young men and women travelled to broaden the mind, Big Big Train have made an album of songs set in distant lands and beyond.

Grand Tour features nine new tracks which will take listeners on an epic journey over land and sea and through time and space.

Drummer Nick D’Virgilio says:

“There are songs inspired by the legacy of the Italian Renaissance genius, Leonardo da Vinci; songs telling the story of the rise and fall of Rome; of the beautiful mosaics of Ravenna, and of the shipwreck of a great poet, lost in a tempest off the coast of Italy. Along the way, the story of mankind’s greatest ever journey is told.”

Vocalist David Longdon says:

Grand Tour is a celebration of the human experience, of science and art, and of what it means to be alive.”

The album will be available on double heavyweight gatefold vinyl (featuring a 24 page booklet), digipack CD (featuring a 52 page booklet), on standard and hi-resolution (24/96) download, and on streaming.