Unearthed audio and video recordings from legendary progressive rock band Nektar captured live in Switzerland, 1973. Includes an hour-long concert videotaped for Swiss TV's Kaléidospop, unseen since it's original broadcast. The two CD's include the audio portion of Kaléidospop as well as a complete show soundboard audio recording from the Pavilion des Sports in Lausanne, Switzerland, May 1973. This CD/DVD set is an epic, historical document showcasing the bands early innovative and pioneering sound that remains as vital and influential as ever. Booklet includes liner notes by bassist and founding members Derek "Mo" Moore and Mick Brockett. The band's line up for these legendary performances in fact features all five original members-the late Roye Allbrighton on guitar and vocals, Derek "Mo" Moore on bass and vocals, Allan "Taff" Freeman on organ and vocals, and Ron Howden on drums and percussion in addition to Mick Brockett handling the visual tapestry that was such a key component of the "Music and Light Theatre" that the band was presenting at the very height of progressive rocks main sequence during the mid 70's.
Unearthed audio and video recordings from legendary progressive rock band Nektar captured live in Switzerland, 1973. Includes an hour-long concert videotaped for Swiss TV's Kaléidospop, unseen since it's original broadcast. The two CD's include the audio portion of Kaléidospop as well as a complete show soundboard audio recording from the Pavilion des Sports in Lausanne, Switzerland, May 1973. This CD/DVD set is an epic, historical document showcasing the bands early innovative and pioneering sound that remains as vital and influential as ever. Booklet includes liner notes by bassist and founding members Derek "Mo" Moore and Mick Brockett. The band's line up for these legendary performances in fact features all five original members-the late Roye Allbrighton on guitar and vocals, Derek "Mo" Moore on bass and vocals, Allan "Taff" Freeman on organ and vocals, and Ron Howden on drums and percussion in addition to Mick Brockett handling the visual tapestry that was such a key component of the "Music and Light Theatre" that the band was presenting at the very height of progressive rocks main sequence during the mid 70's.
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Sounds Like Swiss (W/Dvd) [Digipak]
Artist: Nektar
Format: CD
New: Available $28.98
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DISC: 1

1. Introduction
2. Journey To The Centre Of The Eye
3. Desolation Valley / Waves
4. A Day In The Life Of A Preacher / Squeeze / Jimi Jam
5. Crying In The Dark / King Of Twilight
6. Let It Grow
7. Odyssee
8. Ron's On
9. Never, Never, Never
10. 1-2-3-4
11. Do You Believe In Magic
12. Cast Your Fate
13. A Day In The Life Of A Preacher / Squeeze / Jimi Jam
14. Good Day
15. Desolation Valley / Waves
16. 1-2-3-4
17. Crying In The Dark / King Of Twilight
18. Cast Your Fate
19. A Day In The Life Of A Preacher / Squeeze / Jimi Jam
20. Good Day
21. Desolation Valley / Waves
22. 1-2-3-4
23. Crying In The Dark / King Of Twilight
24. Da-Da-Dum

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Unearthed audio and video recordings from legendary progressive rock band Nektar captured live in Switzerland, 1973. Includes an hour-long concert videotaped for Swiss TV's Kaléidospop, unseen since it's original broadcast. The two CD's include the audio portion of Kaléidospop as well as a complete show soundboard audio recording from the Pavilion des Sports in Lausanne, Switzerland, May 1973. This CD/DVD set is an epic, historical document showcasing the bands early innovative and pioneering sound that remains as vital and influential as ever. Booklet includes liner notes by bassist and founding members Derek "Mo" Moore and Mick Brockett. The band's line up for these legendary performances in fact features all five original members-the late Roye Allbrighton on guitar and vocals, Derek "Mo" Moore on bass and vocals, Allan "Taff" Freeman on organ and vocals, and Ron Howden on drums and percussion in addition to Mick Brockett handling the visual tapestry that was such a key component of the "Music and Light Theatre" that the band was presenting at the very height of progressive rocks main sequence during the mid 70's.