Friday, 22 January 2010

Interview with David in Classic Rock Presents Prog

Look out for an interview with David in the next issue of Classic Prog (available from next Wednesday.)

The editor of Classic Prog, Jerry Ewing, also reviews The Underfall Yard.

Friday, 15 January 2010

Does anybody have the original artwork for Goodbye to the Age of Steam?

We're just debating options for the remixed re-release of Goodbye to the Age of Steam and it is beginning to look like a CD release is viable rather than just a download-only version. However, we don't have the original painting for the cover. I know it's a long- shot, but I thought I'd ask whether anyone knows of its wherabouts?

It was painted by a chap called Kev Thompson and we know that he sold it onto somebody. Was it a prog fan who bought it (in which case we might be able to track it down) or was it somebody
who liked pictures of Cornish engine houses? (in which case we haven't got a chance.)
Can anybody help with this? (cue: tumbleweed in the comments)

Monday, 11 January 2010

Aural Moon Album of the Year

Results from the annual Aural Moon radio station poll:

1. Big Big Train - The Underfall Yard
2. IQ - Frequency
3. The Tangent - Down and Out in Paris and London
4. Steve Hackett - Out of the Tunnel's Mouth
5. Transatlantic - The Whirlwind
6. Porcupine Tree - The Incident
7. Riverside - Anno Domini High Definition
8. Agents Of Mercy - The Fading Ghosts Of Twilight
9. Unitopia - The Garden
10. Beardfish - Destined Solitaire
11. Phideaux - Number Seven
12. Touchstone - Wintercoast

Tuesday, 5 January 2010

The Underfall Yard on iTunes

Just a quick post to say that The Underfall yard is now available to buy from iTunes.

Happy New Year to you all.