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|MA-2112||V/A: Subdivisions - Tribute To Rush
Featuring Performances By: Sebastian Bach (Skid Row); Robert Berry ("3", Ambrosia); Dave Brooks (Slammin' Gladys): Dominic Cifarelli (Pulse Ultra); Jeff Feldman (Pulse Ultra); Stu Hamm (Joe Satriani, Steve Vai): Daniel J. (Solo Artist, Jordan Rudess); Randy Jackson (Zebra); Andreas Kisser (Sepultura); Jani Lane (Warrant); Mike Mangini (Extreme, Steve Vai); Vinnie Moore (Solo Artist, UFO); Alex Skolnick (Solo Artist, Testament, Tran Siberian Orchestra, Attention Deficit); Jeff Stinco (Simple Plan); Kip Winger (Winger)
Rush Tribute Page
|MA-9004||V/A: Supper's Ready - Tribute To Genesis
Genesis songs interpreted by Robert Berry, Over The Garden Wall, David Hentschel, Annie Haslam, Kevin Gilbert, Richard Sinclair, Magellan, Enchant, Pete Bardens, Shadow Gallery, Cairo, Crack The Sky, John Goodsall, World Trade.
Genesis Tribute Page
|MA-9003||V/A: Tales From Yesterday - Tribute To Yes
Yes tribute featuring Robert Berry, Stanley Snail )with Kevin Gilbert, Nick D'Virgilio, Mike Keneally, Bray Beller), Magellan, Steve Howe & Annie Haslam, Shadow Gallery, World Trade, Cairo, Patrick Moraz, Enchant, Peter Banks, Steve Morse, Jeronimo Road with Adam Wakeman. Artwork by Roger Dean.
Yes Tribute Page
|MA-9002||V/A: The Moon Revisited - Tribute To Pink Floyd
The Dark Side Of The Moon as interpreted by Cairo, Shadow Gallery, Dark Side Of The Moon, Magellan, Enchant, World Trade, Robert Berry.
Pink Floyd Tribute Page
|MA-9106||V/A: New World Man - Tribute To Rush
A tribute to Rush Featuring Performances By: Chris Pennie (Dillinger Escape Plan Coheed and Cambria), Juan Alderete (Mars Volta), Shane Gibson (Korn), Dave Martone, Robert Berry; I,Omega; Alex Skolnick trio; John Petrucci (Dream Theater), Billy Sheehan, Andreas Kisser (Sepultura), Sebastian Bach (Skid Row), Eric Martin, Vinnie Moore, Kip Winger, Mike Mangini, Mike Portnoy
Rush Tribute Page
|MA-9009||V/A: To Cry You A Song - Tribute To Jethro Tull
Featuring Roy Harper, John Wetton, Robert Berry, Echolyn, Derek Trucks and Charlie Musselwhite, Glenn Hughes, Robby Steinhardt, Wolfstone, Keith Emerson, Tempest, Dave Pegg, Magellan
Jethro Tull Tribute Page
|MA-9032||V/A: Tribute To The Titans
The perfect introduction to Magna Carta's tribute albums "The Moon Revisited" (Pink Floyd); "Tales From Yesterday" (Yes); "Supper's Ready" (Genesis); "To Cry You A Song" (Jethro Tull); "Working Man" (Rush); "Steinway To Heaven" (Magna Carta,s Keyboard Hall Of Fame, Vol. 1); and "Encores, Legends & Paradox" (Emerson Lake & Palmer). Specially priced at $6.98.
Tribute To The Titans Page
|MA-9010||V/A: Working Man - Tribute To Rush
"Working Man", a tribute to Rush, has been recorded with some of the finest players in the world of hard rock. Featuring Performances By: Fates Warning, Billy Sheehan, Mike Portnoy, Stuart Hamm, Deen Castronovo, Sean Malone and Sean Reinert, James Murphy, Sebastian Bach, James LaBrie, Devin Townsend, Eric Martin, Steve Morse, John Petrucci, Jake E. Lee, George Lynch. Mixed by Terry Brown.
Rush Tribute Page
|MA-9057||Vapourspace: Sonic Residue From Vapourspace
A Magna Carta Remix Album
Magna Carta now presents an album of electronic remixes of the best tracks from its great artists – Sonic Residue From Vapourspace. Among the artists covered are Liquid Tension Experiment, Bozzio Levin Stevens, Steve Morse, Niacin, Attention Deficit and Steve Walsh. With Sonic Residue From Vapourspace, it becomes clear that there is a distinct tie between the heady sounds of electronica and the intelligent music of progressive rock.
|MA-9005||World Trade: Euphoria
World Trade is a world class band in every sense, and their immense appeal expands beyond fans of Yes and other progressive rock bands to include devoted followers from all walks around the world. Lead vocalist and chief songwriter, Billy Sherwood, has been a fixture on the L.A. studio and recording scene since the mid-80's, joining Yes live o stage, and in the studio many times over the Years.
|MA-9109||X Opus: The Epiphany
While traces of Hendrix, Symphony X and J.S. Bach can be detected throughout the 10- track CD, X Opus has shaped a dense musical landscape pockmarked by major plateaus and minor gullies. The combination of doomy chord changes, bombastic compositional grandness, the flavor of Middle Eastern scales, and lyrical themes, based on the redemptive nature of faith, is enough to send chills up and down your spine.