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Greatest Hits Volume 1 (CD)
The band formed in Hamburg, Germany in 1969, members included Englishmen Roye Albrighton on guitars and vocals, Allan "Taff" Freeman on keyboards, Derek "Mo" Moore on bass, Ron Howden on drums, and Mick Brockett on lights, special effects and other miscellanea. Songwriting was always considered a group effort. The band's early albums such as Journey to the Centre of the Eye, ...Sounds Like This and A Tab in the Ocean were obscure psychedelic rock albums that won the band a small but growing cult following, based largely on word of mouth. The last of those albums was the first Nektar album to be released in the U.S., on the small Passport Records label. It was Nektar's second U.S. release, Remember the Future (1973), that propelled the band briefly into mass popularity. A concept album about a blind boy who communicates with an extraterrestrial being, the music was a big leap forward for the band with a much more melodic sound than on previous albums. It shot into the Top 20 album charts in the U.S. The follow up album, Down to Earth (1974), was another concept album with a circus theme; it also sold well, breaking into the Top 40 album charts and included Nektar's only song to chart on the Billboard singles charts, "Astral Man". The next album, Recycled (1975), was stylistically close to bands like Gentle Giant and is considered by many fans to be Nektar's finest moment.
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Specifications
Type: CD
Recorded: 2011
Release Date: 2011-08-01
Label: Eastworld
Country: Euro
Item No: EWO049CD
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Track List
01 A tab in the ocean
02 Desolation valley
03 Remember the future
04 Nelly the elephant
05 Man in the moon
06 Its all over
07 Now
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Artist - Title Release date Price
1   A Tab In The Ocean = 2 CD Deluxe =
2011-02-22
229 SEK
 
2   Remember The Future = 2 CD =
2011-06-15
299 SEK
 
3   Unidentified Flying Abstract
2002-09-10
249 SEK
 
4   Journey To The Centre Of The Eye = L...
2011-10-15
319 SEK
 
5   Spoonful Of Time
2012-09-11
159 SEK
 
6   Journey To The Center Of The Eye
1990-10-10
199 SEK
 
7   Down To Earth
2000-01-01
199 SEK
 
8   A Tab In The Ocean = LP =
2011-10-15
289 SEK
 
9   Time Machine
2013-06-18
229 SEK
 
10   Evolution
2004-11-08
229 SEK
 
11   Remember The Future = 2 LP =
2011-10-14
329 SEK
 
12   The Prodigal Son
2001-10-10
189 SEK
 
13   Live In New York
1991-05-15
159 SEK
 
14   Time Machine = LP =
2015-03-30
229 SEK
 
15   A Tab In The Ocean = 2 LP =
2013-07-16
279 SEK
 
16   Man In The Moon / Evolution
2012-03-13
279 SEK
 
17   Recycled
1990-10-10
159 SEK
 
18   Journey To The Centre Of The Eye = L...
2013-02-26
259 SEK
 
19   More Live Nektar In New York
1991-02-18
119 SEK
 
20   Remember The Future = LP =
2013-05-21
329 SEK
 
21   Greatest Hits Volume 2
2011-08-01
119 SEK
 
22   Recycled = Digipack =
2016-02-10
199 SEK
 
23   Sunday Night At The London Roundhous...
2002-05-21
239 SEK
 
24   Nektar
1987-12-03
149 SEK
 
25   Greatest Hits Volume 1
2011-08-01
119 SEK
 
26   Sounds Like This = 2 CD =
2006-12-16
399 SEK
 
27   Sounds Like This
1990-10-10
209 SEK
 
 
28   Sounds Like This = Papersleeve, Japa...
2006-06-21
350 SEK
 
29   Tab In The Ocean = 2 CD =
2013-07-16
179 SEK
 
30   Remember The Future = 2 CD, Papersle...
2013-05-25
399 SEK
 
31   Journey To The Centre Of The Eye = 3...
2016-11-10
319 SEK
 
32   Book Of Days
2008-07-12
179 SEK
 
33   Always = CD-S =
2005-06-15
239 SEK
 
34   Evolution
2008-03-05
179 SEK
 
35   The Prodigal Son
2002-06-12
209 SEK
 
36   Sounds Like This = 2 CD =
2013-09-24
179 SEK
 
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