Thanks for posting the song and video. IMHO it was a very good song and the video is very clever - a little scary in places. Is it JN's group and does he write the songs - I assume he does not sing !! cheers
I like the song too. As far as I know he doesn't do any of the vocals just his trusty bass! They are quite a big band and are currently touring Europe. Here's the line up of band members www.archiveofficial.com/collective/
Does Jonathan Noyce still play with Archive? Great band
I like this very much !!! However... this may be his current music
Josh Smith and band featuring guest Ariel Posen on guitar playing "Paying The Cost To Be The Boss" Live from the Edinburgh Blues Club gig at the Voodoo Rooms.. 2/2/2018 Josh Smith:Guitar & Vocals Ariel Posen:Guitar & Vocals Jonathan Noyce:Bass Wez Johnson:Drums
17 AUG 18 Eamonn McCormack to embark on Irish tour next month BY: PETER MCGORAN
International Irish Blues-Rock guitarist Eamonn McCormack, who has toured, recorded, and played with Rory Gallagher, Jan Akkerman, Johnny Winter, Nils Lofgren, Walter Trout, Pat Travers and ZZ Top, will head off on tour at the end of August and see him through Ireland throughout September.
In recent years, McCormack released 2009's Kindred Spirits, which included serious special guests (not to mention Rory Gallagher’s last studio performance). Following this, he released the critically acclaimed Heal My Faith album (In Akustik Records).
Now Eamonn’s latest double album release Like There's no Tomorrow (Sireena Records) has gone Gold in Germany, France & the Benelux, and features Jonathan Noyce (Gary Moore, Jethro Tull) on bass and Darrin Mooney (Gary Moore, Primal Scream) on Drums. It was produced by the Legendary Chris Tsangarides.
To celebrate the releases, McCormack is embarking on his first extensive Irish tour in five years. Catch him while you can...
Eamonn McCormack tour dates:
Advertisement 30 Aug Empire Hall, Belfast 31 The Bridge, Newry
SINGLE The Pipe Brothers Project Heart & Soul Download only (label) 27 October 2018 (released)
There are very few outfits who can write a piece well enough to release an instrumental as a single but The Pipe Brothers Project are one.
An emotionally rich piece of Prog, loaded with mellotrons, classic guitar lines and with a melody to reach the harshest of hearts, this is a number that should appeal to most music lovers.
Opening with a climax of piano, organ and drums it quickly settles into a semi-classical reverie that reminds me very much of early Sky.
Bass is supplied by Jonathon Noyce (Ex Jethro Tull & Gary Moore) alongside drums by Paul Burgess (Ex 10cc & Camel) and coupled with the Pipe Brothers guitar and keyboards the number is stirring and uplifting.
Powerful stuff, without bombast or excess.
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maddogfagin: May 7 is the 127th day of the year (128th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. 238 days remain until the end of the year.
May 7, 2019 6:59:01 GMT
rabey: Hi John/bunkerfan and Steelmonkey.
May 7, 2019 23:08:40 GMT
rabey: Thanks for the interest. Unfortunately because Ian/Tull is doing his own book when I sent a request to find John I got stonewalled, even though I have a signed contract by Ian from 2013 stating I was doing a DVD version of The book. I also have had trouble
May 7, 2019 23:11:47 GMT
rabey: I guess after 5 years Ian forgot this even existed. Imean, he never even listed my book with all the other books that have been out of print for decades, yet mine and Tim S still have books in print and we're not mentioned.
May 7, 2019 23:13:11 GMT
rabey: I just get the impression that this AND having just dealt with Tull are all they care about really and it peeves me when the truth is when I first got my original contract with a US publisher to write the book with quotes on 3 other books on ELP,Crimson,
May 7, 2019 23:21:53 GMT
rabey: and YES, I contacted both Martin and Dave from AND and offered involvement in writing and photography. but Dave said no interest and martin was happy to get his photos printed just for credit. Later Daves book arrived and martin wanted 100 bucks a shot.
May 7, 2019 23:25:00 GMT
rabey: Anyway, The publisher refused the cost of photos, Martin wrote the only negative review of the book in print except for Amazon where a few stinkers stalled it's movement, but basically there was nothing advertising the book outside the UK.
May 7, 2019 23:29:01 GMT
rabey: I have to find a better way to post.
May 7, 2019 23:29:21 GMT
steelmonkey: Fights about history, public knowledge and more personally researched knowledge are pretty hard to untangle...but nothing takes away your contributions to total Tull information.
May 8, 2019 21:35:56 GMT
rabey: Very Kind, Steelmonkey!
May 9, 2019 1:33:24 GMT