Remember The Future (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial, Min)
Dream Nebula Recordings , Eclectic Discs
Remember The Future (LP, Album, Promo, Ban)
Remember The Future (CD, Album, RE, RM)
Bellaphon, Bacillus Records
Remember The Future (LP, Album, Quad, Gat)
Bass, Vocals – Derek "Mo" Moore
Design [Cover Design] – Wenske
Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Ron Howden
Engineer – Barry Hammond
Guitar, Lead Vocals – Roye Albrighton
Keyboards, Vocals – Allan "Taff" Freeman
Mastered By – Robert Ludwig
Mixed By – Dieter Dierks
Photography By – Dieter Weis
Producer – Nektar, Peter Hauke
This release has several label variations, (ASCAP) near the bottom of the label is on a single line by itself and the label layout is slightly different.
Release with a gatefold cover.
Produced for Bellaphon / Bacilus Records. Recorded in August 1973 at Chipping Norton Studio, England. Mastered at Sterling Sound. Remix at Dierks Studio, Stommeln, West-Germany
Special Thanks to Dr. Voigt for mental assistance, Barry for patience and endurance. Family Zimmermann, Michael, Nektar Management, Vinnie, Tommie, Klaus and also The MAN Band (for coming to germany). P 1973 Bellaphon Records C 1974 Passport Records / marketed by ABC Records, Inc. Los Angeles, Ca , 90048, N.Y. 10019 Printed in U.S.A.
Remember The Future is basically one long track : Part I (16:38) and Part II (18:55).
REMASTERED for the fist time from the ORIGINAL STEREO MASTER TAPES by Paschal Byrne All digitally remastered from the original master tapes by Paschal the Future is the fourth album from English progressive rock band Nektar. Much like their debut album Journey to the Centre of the Eye, it is a concept album which is formally divided into ten tracks but in fact consists of one continuous piece of music. Remember the Future was first released in 1973 by Bacillus Bellaphon. The album was re-released in 1990 on LP and CD by Germany's Bellaphon. The mix used for this release was the LP mix that was rejected. In 2002 Bellaphon remastered the. Remember The Future by Nektar, released 27 May 2014 1. Remember The Future Part 1 2. Remember The Future Part 2 3. Remember The Future 4. Lonely Roads 5. Let It Grow 6. New Day Dawning 7. Do You Believe In Magic 8. Candelight 9. Good Day 10. The Life I've Been Leading 11. Where Did You Go 12. Sealed With A Kiss 13. Remember The Future, Part 2 Recognition - Nektar. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Remember The Future Part 2 - Nektar. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Nektar - Remember The Future 1973. To favorites 9 Download album. Listen album. Among Nektar fans, there are many who consider Remember the Future to be the band's creative peak. The album certainly creates the grounds for making that argument. Indeed, it is an ambitious work that is essentially one composition divided into two parts. The whole is performed in a very seamless and competent manner. Still, many critics just plain didn't get it. The juxtaposition of the two opinions makes this album to Nektar much like what Tales From Topographic Oceans was to Yes. The truth is probably somewhere between the two points, as it usually is. Remember the Future. Space Rock. Remember the Future Part I. a Images of the Past. b Wheel of Time. c Remember the Future. d Confusion. Remember the Future Part II. a Returning Light. Listen free to Nektar Remember the Future Remember The Future, Pt. Nektar is probably the most German-like of the Seventies British bands, a fame that owes a lot to the town in which this band was founded Hamburg and to their stylistic approach AssimilaListen free to Nektar Remember the Future Remember The Future, Pt. 1, Remember The Future, Pt. 2 tracks 20:19. Nektar is probably the most German-like of the Seventies British bands, a fame that owes a lot to the town in which this band was founded Hamburg and to their stylistic approach Assimila read more. Nektar is probably the most German-like of the Seventies British bands, a fame that owes a lot to the town in which this band was founded Hamburg and to their stylistic approach Assimilated to Krautrock. Nektar was formed in 1969 b read more. Album 1973 2 Songs. Rock 1973. Remember the Future, Pt