Wow! Seen a few of these, but not this one, so thanks for posting. Apart from being an interesting breakdown of this amazing track, it reminded me of when I read the book back in 2014 I think it was. God, I was seriously depressed by the end of it. Haha. I also can't believe I never knew the names of the six parts, but then again, I don't (and can't) read artwork.
Hello folks. I'm sorry it's been so long since I was here, and yes, I'm aware it kind of looks bad that I'm signing in just to promote a new album. In my defence, I can't remember when it was but the last time I tried to log in I couldn't do it. Even when I tried the forgot password thing, I still couldn't get in, so I didn't know if there was a temporary problem, or what had happened. Anyway, my apologies. If you're still reading, there is a new album coming out on March 4th. The next in the seasonal albums, A Song Of Spring. In view of my absence here, maybe I can attempt to make up for it with this teaser, which has not been posted anywhere else yet, so don't tell anybody. LOL
It will of course be on Bandcamp as well in the near future. I've finally entered in to the practice of different editions, so there's a regular CD and a deluxe job as well. Anyhow, hope you like it and sorry again. All the best, Pete
Rog's wishing himself birthday botmas And perhaps a wee dram in a shot glass 'Cheers!' say us all Was he having a ball? How's his head in the morning, best not ask. ............ It's been a long while can't you tell,
Hi folks!Blimy. I've not been on here for ages. The last couple of times I tried, I couldn't get on, and today I had to click on reset password, which I'm sure I tried last time with no success. Anyway, I made it in. Lol. How the devil are you? I thought I really ought to try to log in to let you know (if you didn't already), about the CRS gig on April 27th. It's at the Wesley Centre and it'll be the final CRS gig. No doubt, because of this, apparently the pre-sale tickets are going quite quickly. So, if you'd like to join us for a Tiger Moth Tales / Red Bazar double header, and help us say thank you to the wonderful CRS, then I'll leave this link here. http://www.classicrocksociety.co.uk/shop/tiger-moth-tales-plus-red-bazar/ Many thanks folks.
Morning chaps. Just seen this post. Thanks for the kind comments about the band and myself. The gigs were soooo much fun. Everyone was on form and loving it. Some rumours were started to the effect that this would be Andy's last tour. I don't know where these came from, and I can assure anyone who was wondering that I'm positive that he wants to keep doing this as long as we're all able to. Re my old Technics work horse ... I'm really proud of the old girl, especially considering that the Technics keyboards never really got a reputation as pro keyboards. To me, it seems like the kn6000 was made for prog. It never lets me down, though sometimes it takes a while to create the exact sound I want. But I've used it as the back bone of all my albums and all my live proggy performances. Hats off to me mate Gary for bringing the spare, but it wasn't required in the end. I was having problems with my floppy. ...... Now then. Stop that sniggering. I mean my floppy discs, which I stil use for my presets. No SD cards on that antique thing. Lol. Oh, and I broke a key off it during Hopeless Anger, because I got over excited. But one of the roadies super glued it on and it's stil there. Haha. Rock n roll init!
Yes indeed. Bandcamp gets more money to the artists as a rule, especially as there's an option to pay as much as you want for an album and some crazy but lovely people take that option. Anyhoo, hi again folks and thanks for your great reactions. We have another video to provide you with a bit of entertainment while you wait. This one is decidedly more jolly. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqdH8oCzDa4
Hello fellow Frosties. I hope you don't mind me posting this here as you chaps have always been wonderfully supportive in the past. Good day folks. It gives me great pleasure and excitement to announce a brand new album from Tiger Moth Tales. Story Tellers Part Two is now available for pre-order from White Knight Records. To go with the announcement and to give you a taster of the new release, here is a video for one of the new tracks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtF6688bY40&t=6s And here is the pre-order link for any lovely mothingtons wishing to make a purchase. The physical copies are available here: http://www.whiteknightrecords.co.uk/ Or to pre-order a downloadable copy please click here: https://tigermothtales.bandcamp.com/ On behalf of White Knight and myself, we hope you enjoy the new release, and many thanks in advance for any pre-orders. If you'd like to share this post to any Tiger Moth Tales listeners you know, we would be very appreciative. Love, from the Mothster.
Hi folks. Great that you could make it to the Camel gig Dave. I'll have some gig news in the near future, and a big top secret thing to announce soon, which I can't say any more on at the mo. So I don't know why I mentioned it really. Lol
Ahoy there! I'm sorry I've not been around here for a while, but it's been a bit of a crazy year so far with rehearsals and Camel gigs and other stuff. :)But I really should tell folks about this gig which should be a top proggy night. The excellent Dave Kerzner band will be playing at the Robin 2 at Bilston on Sunday July 22nd. Tiger Moth Tales (full band) will be playing a set too, and we're really looking forward to it as we haven't gigged for a while. Plus being back at the Robin 2 is always a pleasure and Dave's band will be great to hear again. Also the Sally Minnear acoustic duo are playing too, so you really must come along if you can. It will be a smashing night of prog in a fantastic venue! For more info and tickets, please click here: http://www.therobin.co.uk/whats_on/giginfo.asp?gigid=5342 Don't miss it folks! Thanks. I hope you're all doing well and enjoying life and prog. Hope to bump in to some of you at the gig as it's been a while.
Morning chaps. Blimy I've not been here for ages. I havn't bought much prog this year, but I was very happy to here of the new release. It's hard to say how it compares with the first album, as that is so engraved in to my brain after all these years. But the album is the kind of excellent output I've come to expect from JM and I'm liking it more with each listen. Congrats to Kino. And hi everyone.