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Hi All

Little Keys can open big Locks.
Simple words can reflect great thoughts
A smile can cure Heart blocks
So keep on smiling It rocks.
Love can melt the deepest hate
Have a warm, Healthy, Prosper and Loving 2014!!

Time to look back on 2013 a bit.
Especially with this years Schallwelle Award.
Until January 31, 2014 you can vote your favorite releases from 2013.
We at Groove had fine Electronic releases this year!!
In Dreamscape radio this week all 2013 release are played again.
Please give your vote now and course we are pleased if you vote for
one of the 2013 Groove releases!!
Go to http://www.schallwelle-preis.de/wahl and participate!!

And this week the new La vie electronique 14 by Schulze is announced.
It should be available from the 31st of January.
There is a 5% discount on all who pre-order this box!!!

And Remy put up an nice Youtube film for his up coming concert!
Remy: Yesterday's rehearsal for the Theater De Wegwijzer concert, January 10th:.
http://youtu.be/3mdpFfheVXQ — met Jeroen Hagen en Martijn Scholte.

And we have had a nice video of Mythos Live.
Stephan Kaske send us the following to watch!
NEW MYTHOS VIDEO - NEUES MYTHOS VIDEO
plus "Surround Sound Evolution" Soundclips !
http://youtu.be/bwTOzf5cQZw

First new release from Groove this year will be the GR-207 - Centillion by Pillion.
That will be available from the 1st of February.
And also in February the first new release by Ron Boots in 1.5 years!!
But under the artist name "Derelict thoughts".
This is music that he played during the special Ambient evening
last year in the "Kleine Kerkje" in Middelbeers.

Thanks for your time!!
E-News is made by Ron Boots.
Thanks to all who contribute news.

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Dreamscape Radio show 265 is on-line.
In Dreamscape this week all Groove releases from 2013.!!
You can find Dreamscape here. http://www.dreamscaperadio.nl

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These products are NEW in our catalog.
Further in this newsletter are more details.

Ian Boddy - Spectroscopic (box) (3-lp)
Kitaro - Final Call (digipak) (cd)
Node - Node 2 (cd)
Olivier Briand - Light Memories (cdr)
Rhea - November Stars (digipak) (cd)
Klaus Schulze - La vie electronique 14 (digipak) (3-cd)
Syndromeda - Resurrections (cdr)
Traumklang - Strange Worlds (cdr)
Erez Yaary - Signal (cdr)

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     NON-GROOVE UNLIMITED LABEL                                  
 1: Beyond Berlin - Music for Cosmic Nights 2013 (cdr)                           
 2: Tangerine Dream - FRANZ KAFKA - THE CASTLE (cd)              
 3: Pyramid Peak - Anatomy (cd)                                  
 4: Loom - Tree Hates The Forest (cd)               
 5: Node - Node 2 (cd)                                           
 6: Klaus Schulze - Big in Europe Vol1 (2xdvd + cd)              
 7: FD.Project - Moments of Life (cd)                            
 8: Roswell Incident - Crash (cdr)                               
 9: Roswell Incident - Hunted (cdr)                              
10: Klaus Schulze - La vie electronique 14 (3-cd)                
                                                                 
     GROOVE UNLIMITED LABEL                                      
 1: Thorsten Quaeschning´s Picture Palace music - Remnants (cd)  
 2: Ron Boots - Signs in the Sand (cd)          
 3: Bernd Kistenmacher - Utopia (cd)                             
 4: Steve Smith and the Tylas Cyndrome - Pools of diversity (cd) 
 5: Synthex - Mirrorland (cd)                                    
 6: Picture Palace music - Indulge the Passion (cd)              
 7: Picture Palace music - Midsummer (cd)                        
 8: MorPheusz - Days of delirium & nocturnal nightmares (cd)     
 9: Paul Ellis - Last hiding place of beauty (cd)                
10: Paul Ellis - Silent conversations (cd)                       
                                                                                                                              
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Here a small concert announcement in Dutch for a Remy Concert:
REMY (Remy Stroomer) live in Theater De Wegwijzer, in Nieuw- en Sint
Joosland (Zeeland), op 10 januari 2014.
De concertavond zal uit twee delen bestaan (voor en na de pauze) en
naast bestaand werk, zal REMY tevens volledig nieuwe muziek spelen,
speciaal gecomponeerd voor deze avond. Met medewerking van Martijn
Scholte (bowed guitar) en Jeroen Hagen (drums).
Wacht niet te lang met het kopen van tickets, aangezien er maar 80
plaatsen beschikbaar zijn:
http://www.theaterdewegwijzer.nl/index.php?page=programma&nr=33&item=v
oorstelling

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69589 Alien Nature - Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius

Agile sequences are having some sudden starts and shape deep
oscillations in a sonic corridor stuffed of creaking doors and by
tremulous rustles of fears. And bang! Shy percussions gather up the
intro of "Things to Come" to propel it in a universe of electronic
hard rock where the heavy lines of bass are teaming up with hatched
guitar riffs and sequences which roll at full speed. While the synth
throws its harmonies, which are transformed into very musical solos,
the rhythm breathes more freely and allies its fury to some quieter
passages which float on the foggy wings of a very inspiring Mellotron.
It's a whole shock wave that invades our ears with this new musical
madness of Alien Nature. “The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius” is
an album of pure electronic rock, nibbled by brief ambiospherical
interludes, built around a sci-fi novel written by Jean Giraud
(Moebius) in the late 70's for the French-Belgian magazine; Metal
Hurlant. And as much tell it to you straightaway; the music is as so
totally mad as Jerry Cornelius' improbable weird stories.
Everything is well tied up around this sonic novel. The ambiences are
rich and Wolfgang Barkowski succeeds to put in music Jean Giraud's
very adventurous visions through a symphony of synth solos which sing
the adventures of the dark hero on musical themes which stick
marvellously with the unrealities of this cult BD. So "Star Billard"
unfolds its intense black intro with strata of violin which notch the
drama. If the movement is slow, it's also very heavy. Drafts of a
viral Mellotron transports it in a sublime lento that riffs and
percussions are splitting up by lively and subtle attacks. Soft on
heavy which ends by hurtle down the slopes of a rhythm now galloping
at a brisk pace on the sinuous vapors of the solos from a synth and
its very harmonious cooings. Riffs! Always these riffs out of Thomas
Droste's guitar which feed a fury sustained by unbridled percussions
of which the discretion of the rollings condenses the rhythm in a
morphic envelope too heavy to make us sleep. "T he Motionless Bird"
offers the first real ambient moments of “The Airtight Garage of Jerry
Cornelius” with Martin Rohleder's dreamy guitar which makes his solos
stroll on a structure which is developing quietly in order to dive
insidiously into a kind of mid-tempo flooded by an electronic aura of
mystery and anxiety. It’s like hearing Jarre on Manfred Mann's Earth
Band’s structures of Solar Fire. This is very good and rather
contagious. And it's at the image of “The Airtight Garage of Jerry
Cornelius” which makes parade its 12 tracks into a long sonic fresco
of 80 minutes.
Whether it is with "Malvina" and its rhythm skipping like an
intersidereal gallop, the heavy and Babylonian "Arm Jourth" with its
powerful percussions, the black and Dantesque "The Archer" or still
the dynamic and lively rhythms like on "The Tall Building" and "The
Intermediate Zone", this last work of Alien Nature combines
marvellously its sonic arrangements in a story embellished by images
on fragile melodies and steady rhythms, sometimes to the limits of the
fury. There are also a couple of tracks which breathe of this
complexity very inherent to the EM of Wolfgang Barkowski. I think
among others of "Room No 6" and its fusional rhythm where the loud
stabbing heavy rock is flooded in ethereal mists and riffs of a guitar
which shares its tearings between its solos and those of a very
vindictive synth. I hear Tool, just as much in the very curt and sharp
edged "Altered Reality", orchestrations less, fed in riffs like a way
of fattening a turkey for the Christmas Eve. "Megalithic City"
presents also a more complex structure where the rhythm, sometimes
organic, evolves in structures as so unpredictable as the ghostly
solos which overfly it, while "Room No 9" concludes this Jerry
Cornelius' great sonic adventure on an evolutionary structure of
rhythm where the ambient is slyly captured by a galloping melodic rhythm.
With its intersidereal ambiences so disturbing as imaginative, “The
Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius” is to EM what Music for Jilted
Generation from The Prodigy was to electro-punk. It’s a strong album
to the dimension of Alien Nature who was never afraid of going out of
his comfort zone with the aim of offering works as attractive as
unexpected (remember Anna?) and where the soundscapes of EM play
effectively the card of ambiences, letting Wolfgang Barkowski's
imagination building pure and hard rhythms with synths which braid
solos and very catchy harmonies in envelopes of rhythms sometimes
explosive and sometimes melodious. In brief, what you have here is a
powerful, striking album where the rock and EM merges in a perfect harmony.
Sylvain Lupari (December 30th, 2013)

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81155 Vanderson & Rudz - Remote Sessions

When one sees the names of Vanderson and Przemyslaw Rudz on a CD
artwork, and what a nice one it is, we have both our ears on the
watch. And it's comprehensible. These 2 Polish artists are iconic
figures of the Poland School movement such as showed with strong
albums that they have realized over the years. And when one sees both
names on the same artwork, the curiosity goes growing. Like on “Remote
Sessions” where the unexpected duo presents a concept album about the
spatial journeys with 5 tracks which interlace in a long musical act
of 51 minutes and which embrace the soft analog perfumes of the cosmic music.
After a brief ambiospherical intro where all the sonic elements are
set up, a sequence of rhythm begins a delicate movement of kicks, from
which the minimalist jumps will serve as basis to the next 17 minutes
of "Journey to the Northern Land". The approach is simply magnetizing.
The synth lines which are dawdling around in this rhythmic panorama,
such as lassos prisoners of a circular wind, add the harmonious
portion of this dodecaphonic sonic fight, while that somber whispers
decorate a first part of an aura of paranoia. The structure makes
heavier its pace and its ambiences with bangings and mist of
Mellotron, setting ablaze some fine nuances in an approach which looks
constantly for the ornaments of its imposing presence. Some superb and
creative solos spin in all directions above this electronic dance of
kicks, bringing an analog touch to a very contemporary rhythm. The
approach can be as much striking than ethereal, and we do not see, nor
hears the whole 18 minutes. It is a beautiful minimalist electronic
hymn which ends in a storm when the solos are going off the rails with
huge and grave distortions from an e-guitar. It's then the take-off of
"Leaving the Earth" which assumes its 7 minutes with an experimental
ambiosonic approach where are sparkling some brief movements of
sequenced percussions which flutter in the heavy eddies of twisted
reverberations. The whispers come back haunting our perception,
uniting "Leaving the Earth" to "Far Away from Here" which slides into
cosmos with superb lunar breezes. Arpeggios of glass sing and their
resonances forge a delicate spiraled structure of rhythm which serves
as basis to another line of sequences in formation. This one shakes
the keys with more restlessness. They skip in a rhythmic figure still
harmonic, setting the tone to a heavy rhythm of which the jerks
espouse this fascinating hypnotic rhythmic symbiosis which skips
merrily in a mist of ether. The acuteness of the synth solos
transforms "Far Away f rom Here" into a beautiful cosmic ballad of
which the harmonies get closer of the romantic French School. This is
as much beautiful, and especially very catchy, as unexpected. "Lonely
Dot", what an appropriate naming, is the most relaxing piece of music
in “Remote Sessions” with its isolated points of sequences which try
to pierce a rhythm in dense eddies and strong magnetic
countercurrents. We literally swim in cosmos when some sequences swirl
in the waltzing winds of Orion. They sparkle and bounce in a
fascinating dislocated choreography, suspending so a rhythmic approach
which implodes with a heavy line of bass and by percussions with
delicate moderate bangings. Grumbling solos stand up over this
circular rhythm where sequences resound as knocks of glass ball on a
Bolo of steel, while that a surprising rhythmic spiral strengthens the
agitated rhythm of "Sounds of Scattered Waves" which swirls with the
same ferocity as its solos.
Vanderson and Przemyslaw Rudz honor their reputations by offering a
very beautiful album with ambiences which are splendidly widened
between wild electronic rhythms. I like this fusion of the of the
retro Berlin School and the cosmic French School styles which
surrounds the 51 minutes of “Remote Sessions”; an album which
navigates between its cosmic ambiences, its lunar paintings and its
dancing rhythms.
Sylvain Lupari (December 24th, 2013)

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gr-204 Smith, Steve - Pools of diversity

The first album of Steve Smith and The Tylas Cyndrome, Phoenix
Arising, had left a pleasant sound imprint in my ears which, from time
to time, asked for more of it. It is thus with a great deal of haste
that I put myself on the road of “Pools of Diversity”. Hey that I was
not disappointed!
"Ghost Ship" introduces us straight out into the charming world of
Steve Smith and The Tylas Cyndrome with a veil of mystery falling out
of the nothingness. Noises of rustling of metals, as well as
electronic distortions, float in a bottomless gap where absent
choruses have difficulties in humming a musical air. Fine arpeggios
are clinking of a crystalline tone and forge an abstract melody which
waltzes innocently in an intriguing ambiosonic intro which evaporates
at around the 4th minute. And the melody takes shape. In the shade of
muffled pulsations and demonic breaths, it swirls as a devilish bed
song, which reminds me of the Machiavellian universe of Mark Shreeve
and his Legion album, before being harpooned by solid percussions.
Already intense, "Ghost Ship" becomes heavy. A spheroidal heavy rhythm
from where appear ghosts' hootings who are mocking around the
lamentations of a guitar to harmonies which rage with ebullient solos.
The synth solos are decorating this melody whe re the innocence and
the diabolism quarrel the favors of a rhythm which is proud of its
invasive heaviness, making even an audacious wink to the somber
harmonies of a ghost of the opera new genre, before dashing off in an
inflammatory fury. And always these innocent carillons which come back
this time to put asleep the finale. Great stuff! It's a strong
electronic rock adorned by a fascinating melodic approach. "Orbit"
adopts a little the same structure as "Ghost Ship" with an intro
ambiospherical fed by sonic twists which wave in the sighs of vaporous
synth layers of which the slow evasive harmonies are waltzing with a
meshing of cosmic tones. An acoustic guitar, as delicious as
unexpected, comes to caress this morphic dance of senses, while that
percussions and bass sequences weave the pieces of a linear rhythm
which begins to galloping beneath harmonious synth breezes with
cooings weavers of earworm. Heavy and lascivious, the evolving rhythm
of "Orbit" drags in its furrow some be autiful arpeggios of glasses,
as well as their glittering harmonies, which congeal the neurons of
pleasure. Always so present, Alan Ford's acoustic guitar is delicately
romantic. It makes sing its notes pinched in an ambivalent structure
where the rhythm and the ambiences are alternately charmed by suave
solos, as much from the synth as the guitar, and the notes of a dreamy
guitar from which the solitary harmonies sing with these delicate
crystalline arpeggios. After a somber intro where a choir hums airs
for absent friends in the veils of a penetrating organ and the
ringings of big churches bells, "Requiem" slides towards a fascinating
classico-folk approach before giving way to a heavy rhythmic eruption
headed up by a tearful violin. Difficult to ask better for arrangements!
"Interstellar Highway" starts with an intriguing intro where are
floating tortuous synth lines beneath a sonic sky multicolored of
crystalline shooting stars and threatening tints. This is the highway
of cosmos and horns have definitively a stellar tone. Bass pulsations
wake up and forge a chaotic heavy rhythm with dark keys which spin in
all directions in a highway cut out by the speed of comets. The sober
percussions of Les Sims support these black keys which also receive
the support of another of sequences, this time more melodious with
crystal clear jumping ions. And, such as on a double bridge crossing
the galaxies, the rhythm shows two cadences which overlap in a
structure all the same harmonious with these lines of sounds which
travel faster than the hearing. I like this approach delicately jazzy
which is hatching in second part. It's quite unusual in a structure of
rhythm where the shadows of Redshift are skipping in an approach which
reminds me that of Axel Stupplich or yet Pyramid Peak. The comparison
with the Peak takes more its sonic mordant, exception made of the
guitar, in "Trilian Suns" which, after a minimalist intro where a
furtive rhythm crosses the melodious approach of another one, sets
ablaze a beautiful eurhythmic rhythmic ride. Sequences are as well
agile as fragile. They float like the waves of a brook manhandled by
the winds, revitalising their strengths by the arms of Les Sims who
hammers a ceaselessly implosive pace. Espousing a structure of a very
accessible progressive electronic rock with more ethereal and more
harmonious passages, the rhythm of "Trilian Suns" hiccups of its race
and its kicks under some superb and shrill synth solos and is also
resting in the tears of a dreamy guitar and of its nostalgic solos (I
'm hearing Mark Knopfler).
After an intro which spits its gaily-coloured gurglings, "The Main
Event" ends “Pools of Diversity” with a furious heavy and spheroidal
e-rock. It takes two minutes, but when it starts, it starts. Some nice
bluish sequences are fluttering of their crystal clear tones and are
knocked down by sound gusts which let guess a next explosion. A heavy
and slow bass line draws an extremely lively circular rhythm; one
would say a slow magnetizing heavy metal, where are shining and
sparkling these sequences of glass and where are striking, resounding
the tightened drum skins of Les Sims while the keyboard sings of an
organic voice. Every second justifies the synthesis between Steve
Smith, Les Sims and Alan Ford who sound the charge of a powerful
electronic hymn with mordant riffs, shrill solos and a rhythmic
section which explodes with superb arrangements. This is great. Just
great! As it ends, we want to listen to it again.
Evolving in the plans of progressive EM which fed the wealth of their
first opus, Steve Smith and The Tylas Cyndrome delivers a very strong
second act, which is also a little more accessible, in “Pools of
Diversity”. These evolutionary rhythms which criss-cross and juxtapose
themselves in their musical structures in perpetual opposition, as
well as their contiguous harmonies, are in the heart of a vast musical
mosaic where the rock, the progressive and the electronic music forms
unite their points of difference in order to sculpture an album where
the borders interlace without ever denying the harmonious bouquets
which seduce all along a great album.
Sylvain Lupari (December 23rd, 2013)

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Additions and changes from December 14 2013 till January 5 2014

*review added *
BatteryDead - SHADES (cdr) 26408
2013. The third album of BatteryDead is a must for all, who liked the
former Albums. A lot of chilling, drifting tunes to get into a good mood!.
$ 18.25 / UKP 12.99 / EURO 14.50
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=26408

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Boddy, Ian - SPECTROSCOPIC (3-lp) 31099
2013. There are a limited quantity of these beautiful box sets
available at Groove. Music year's out of print and never reissued by
Ian him self. With several unreleased tracks from this same time
period of 1979 - 1982..
$ 75.25 / UKP 53.49 / EURO 60
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=31099

*review added *
FD.Project - MOMENTS OF LIFE (cd) 49966
Powerful, Emotion full and warm with some great melodies. The new
FDProject is fantastic..
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.49 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=49966

*review added *
Fratoroler - CHEZ RICCO (cdr) 25691
2013. With the new album from Thomas Köhler and Frank Rothe you get,
what you canexpect - and a little more. They wanted to "Look forward"
and they did..
$ 18.25 / UKP 12.99 / EURO 14.50
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=25691

*new in stock *
Jon & Vangelis - PAGE OF LIFE -REMASTERED- (cd) 22902
2013. NEWLY REMASTERED (BY VANGELIS!) 1991 ALBUM W/BONUS TR..
$ 21.25 / UKP 15.25 / EURO 16.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=22902

*review added *
Kistenmacher, Bernd - UTOPIA (cd) gr-202
$ 18.49 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-202

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Kitaro - FINAL CALL (cd) 26627
2013. Kitaro's musical opus with his newest release entitled "Final
Call" is now stretching beyond 35-th year mark, fulfilled with
creativity and diverse lyrical tapestry..
$ 22.49 / UKP 15.99 / EURO 17.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=26627

*track listing and cover added *
Loom - 200 002 (cd) 35008
2013. A unique 500 ltd CD with stunning music !! LAST COPY.
$ 36.25 / UKP 25.99 / EURO 29
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=35008

*review added *
Mythos - GRAND PRIX (cd) 49212
2013. Reissue of this great album from the 80's.
$ 19.99 / UKP 14.25 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=49212

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Node - NODE 2 (cd) 60016
2014. Synth supergroup Node return with their first new release since
1995! Limited to 1000 copies these will fly off the shelves!!.
Release date: 18th Feb.2014
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.49 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=60016

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Olivier Briand - LIGHT MEMORIES (cdr) 55433
2013. Wonderful music by Olivier played on the famous Yamaha CS 80.
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.49 / EURO 13.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=55433

*review added *
Olivier Briand - REVES ET CAUCHEMARS (dvd-r) 43229
2013. Live @ Vertou + 13-4-2012 A registration of this lovely concert..
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.49 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=43229

*review added *
Olivier Briand - TRANSPARENCES (cdr) 45672
2011. Tranpsarences navigates on a complex but rather accessible
musical odyssey.Its a very good album which is going to please to the
fans of Klaus Schulzeand Jean Michel Jarre. Thata what i call versatile..
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.49 / EURO 13.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=45672

*track listing added/changed *
Pollard, Daniel, Booth - POLLARD/DANIEL/BOOTH VOL.5 (cdr) 39212
2013. Sessions from September/October 2009 Encore from the "E-Live"
concert 2009.
$ 19.99 / UKP 14.25 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=39212

*track listing added/changed *
Pollard, Daniel, Booth - POLLARD/DANIEL/BOOTH VOL. 6 (cdr) 87263
2013. Sessions from 2009/2010.
$ 19.99 / UKP 14.25 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=87263

*review added *
Pyramid Peak - ANATOMY (cd) 19589
2013. The brand new release by Pyramid Peak!!.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.49 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=19589

*new entry / review added *
Rhea - NOVEMBER STARS (cd) 17349
2013. A true masterpiece of real space music in Berlin School style..
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.49 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=17349

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Schulze, Klaus - LA VIE ELECTRONIQUE 14 (3-cd) 32860
2014. .. ELECTRONIQUE 14.
$ 24.99 / UKP 17.75 / EURO 19.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=32860

*review added *
Smith, Steve - POOLS OF DIVERSITY (cd) gr-204
2013. What a powerfull 2nd album. This is a must for all john Dyson
and Maxxess fans!!.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-204

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Syndromeda - RESURRECTIONS (cdr) 64967
Wonderful re-release from Syndromeda.
$ 18.25 / UKP 12.99 / EURO 14.50
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=64967

*review added *
Synthex - MIRRORLAND (cd) gr-203
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-203

*new in stock *
Tangerine Dream - BOOSTER VI (2-cd) 20722
2013. Part Six of the Booster series with definitely many totally new
composed tracks.
$ 25.25 / UKP 17.99 / EURO 20
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=20722

*new in stock *
Tangerine Dream - FRANZ KAFKA - THE CASTLE (cd) 77443
2013. Completely new album with new compositions!!.
$ 21.25 / UKP 15.25 / EURO 17
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=77443

*review added *
Thorsten Quaeschning´s Picture Palace music - REMNANTS (cd) gr-205
2013. REMNANTS is a non-verbal 36 min film that explores the rise and
fall of theNeolithic civilization of Britain via motion controlled,
digital time lapsecinematography. And this is the music by Thorsten
Quaeschning.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-205

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Traumklang - STRANGE WORLDS (cdr) 16860
2013. Created with origina space sounds, A magical space journey.
$ 18.25 / UKP 12.99 / EURO 14.50
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=16860

*new in stock *
Vangelis - JOURNEY TO ITHAKA (dvd) 33976
2013. REGION 0/NTSC.
$ 23.75 / UKP 16.99 / EURO 18.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=33976

*new in stock *
Vangelis - SPIRAL -REMASTERED- (cd) 22270
2013. NEWLY REMASTERED EDITION W/BONUS TRACK.
$ 21.25 / UKP 15.25 / EURO 16.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=22270

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Yaary, Erez - SIGNAL (cdr) 25510
2013. Nice sequences and melodies..
$ 18.25 / UKP 12.99 / EURO 14.50
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=25510

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