Tag: Esoteric Recordings

Gary Wright & Wonderwheel: Ring Of Changes (Esoteric Recordings)

Gary Wright’s output in the Seventies would be dominated by his hit single, “Dream Weaver.” But a long-lost, unreleased album has finally seen release, four decades after being shelved.

Gary Wright & Wonderwheel: Ring Of Changes (Esoteric Recordings)

Gary Wright’s output in the Seventies would be dominated by his hit single, “Dream Weaver.” But a long-lost, unreleased album has finally seen release, four decades after being shelved.

Tangerine Dream: The Official Bootleg Series, Volume Two (Esoteric Recordings)

Part Two of the expansive Tangerine Dream live performance documentary series continues, this time with two shows that find the band in transition, not only from the Seventies to the Eighties, but also from analog to digital, while never losing their footing in the process.

Tangerine Dream: The Official Bootleg Series, Volume Two (Esoteric Recordings)

Part Two of the expansive Tangerine Dream live performance documentary series continues, this time with two shows that find the band in transition, not only from the Seventies to the Eighties, but also from analog to digital, while never losing their footing in the process.

Before We Bow Down: An Interview With Sanguine Hum

Joff Winks and Matt Baber of Sanguine Hum join me for an in-depth conversation about their latest release, a deluxe, expanded reissue of their obscure, proto-Sanguine Hum album, 2007’s Songs For Days.

Twilight Music: Tangerine Dream, Live at Reims Cathedral (1974)

A full concert of vintage Tangerine Dream in their prime, now reissued officially.

Spring: Spring (Esoteric/Cherry Red)

The sole album by British progressive rockers Spring show a band that never realized its full potential. Thankfully, this reissue–with a second disc of post-album recordings–shows the world just what was missed.

Spring: Spring (Esoteric/Cherry Red)

The sole album by British progressive rockers Spring show a band that never realized its full potential. Thankfully, this reissue–with a second disc of post-album recordings–shows the world just what was missed.

Todd Rundgren: At The BBC 1972-1982 (Esoteric/Cherry Red)

This four-disc box set captures musical genius Todd Rundgren live during his most prolific decade. It’s essential listening.

Keith Emerson: At The Movies (Esoteric Recordings)

Progressive composer Keith Emerson’s diversions into soundtrack work are neatly compiled into a three-volume box set.