March 13, 2003

WHEREVER YOU MAY ROAM

The Internet has many places to visit, sure, and some of those hold promises for too long to believe that wonders will ever happen. Still, after long gestations the Rory Gallagher‘s Official Site is fully operational now at www.rorygallagher.com, as a tie-in with a great late Irishman’s posthumous acoustic album, “Wheels Within Wheels”. There you can find information on each of Rory’s records, his timeline and all things Gallagher constructed under the brother Donal supervision.

Another classic guitarist to have opened the official site at www.martinbarre.com is JETHRO TULL’s Martin Barre. His domain is not as heavily loaded with details and other trivia, but you can send your own questions to the master there.

TO TOAST YOU ALL IN PENNY CHEER

While on JETHRO TULL note, there’s another batch of the remasters on the way, all embellished with a smattering of bonus material. Of special interest must come the bonus tagged onto “A Passion Play”: a CD-ROM video of weird yet extremely funny “The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles”, the most pleasant, oustanding for its sense of humor and phonetic excellence, piece on a rather bleak album. As for the whole bunch of the remasters, it’s like this:

“A Passion Play” (1973)
– The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles (video)

“Songs From The Wood” (1977)
– Beltane
– Velvet Green (live)

“Heavy Horses” (1978)
– Broadford Bazaar
– Living In These Hard Times

WHERE THE MIGHTY ARMS OF ATLAS

Here it is, the contents of the forthcoming LED ZEPPELIN releases, the 2 DVD-set “Led Zeppelin” and a 3CD one, “How The West Was Won”:

“Led Zeppelin”, the DVD:
Royal Albert Hall, January 1970:
1. We’re Gonna Groove
2. I Can’t Quit You Baby
3. Dazed And Confused
4. White Summer
5. What Is And What Should Never Be
6. How Many More Times
7. Moby Dick
8. Whole Lotta Love
9. Communication Breakdown
10. C’mon Everybody
11. Something Else
12. Bring It on Home
Madison Square Garden, July 1973:
13. Black Dog
14. Misty Mountain Hop
15. Since I’ve Been Loving You
16. The Ocean
Earl’s Court, May 1975:
17. Going To California
18. That’s The Way
19. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
20. In My Time of Dying
21. Trampled Underfoot
22. Stairway To Heaven
Knebworth Festival, August 1979:
23. Rock And Roll
24. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
25. Sick Again
26. Achilles Last Stand
27. In The Evening
28. Kashmir
29. Whole Lotta Love
“How The West Was Won”, the CD:
1. L. A. Drone
2. Immigrant Song
3. Heartbreaker
4. Black Dog
5. Over The Hills And Far Away
6. Since I’ve Been Loving You
7. Stairway To Heaven
8. Going To California
9. That’s The Way
10. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
11. Dazed And Confused
12. What Is And What Should Never Be
13. Dancing Days
14. Moby Dick
15. Whole Lotta Love (Medley)
16. Rock And Roll
17. The Ocean
18. Bring It On Home

LET’S SAY SO

FLEETWOOD MAC have their new album, “Say You Will”, written by Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham, ready – and the fans willing:

1. What’s The World Coming To
2. Murrow Turning Over In His Grave
3. Illume
4. Thrown Down
5. Miranda
6. Red Rover
7. Say You Will
8. Peacekeeper
9. Come
10. Smile At You
11. Running Through The Garden
12. Silver Girl
13. Steal Your Heart Away
14. Bleed To Love Her
15. Everybody Finds Out
16. Destiny Rules
17. Say Goodbye
18. Goodbye Baby

March 13, 2003

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