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NEKTAR – …Sounds Like Swiss

October 26, 2021

Think Like A Key 2021 Dusted off in the past to remember the future and brought to the center of the eye, unique archive recordings get restored for the audiovisual glory. Formed in Hamburg in 1969, this English team were … Continue reading

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NEKTAR To Release Audio-Visual Live Documents From 1973

July 7, 2021

Last decades saw the renewed interest in NEKTAR who are a creative force even today, the prog rock veterans’ latest studio offering issued as recently as 2020, yet the British band’s ’70s output remain unprecedented, and criminally underrated, in its … Continue reading

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NEKTAR Close A Chapter With A Live Album

May 6, 2017

When Roye Albrighton died on July 26th, 2016, many fans assumed NEKTAR, a band he’s fronted since 1969 and again, after a hiatus, since 2000, would cease to exist, but no: they’re ready to carry on, led by another founding member, drummer Ron … Continue reading

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NEKTAR’s Roye Albrighton Has Passed Away

July 27, 2016

One of the most underrated prog artists, Roye Albrighton, a mastermind of NEKTAR, has passed away peacefully, aged 67. Maybe it was because his band found their initial base in Germany, rather than in the U.K., such Albrighton-devised classics as … Continue reading

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