• Aquarian Age - Live (a free net CD)

    1 Aug 2007, 19:49 by downtothetop

    This is a netCD. Which means you can´t buy it in stores (if you did, tell us and we´ll sue the one who sold it to you!), but you can download it here for free.
    You´ll find 11 songs and the cover art. Grab them all and burn the CD by yourself, print out the covers and, voila, you got a full 60 mins Aquarian Age Live CD.

    10th anniversary of "Birth" ... and Love
    In February 1997, it happened to be my birthday, we presented our first ep called "Birth" in a concert in Lambach, Upper Austria. We invited friends to perform with us (like the great Austrian sax player Christian Bachner and other fine musicians) and many people came to see us and buy CDs. A girl who knew our drummer Robert took her female friend to the concert and by chance we came to talk after the concert. I´m with her since that night, and we now have two wonderful children. Needless to say it was a great evening!
    Something to celebrate!
    We have celebrated this anniversary with a concert in February 2007. …
  • AQUARIAN AGE now on

    15 Apr 2007, 17:53 by downtothetop

    I can announce that Aquarian Age now arrived here and so far there are at least 2 full songs here for your listening pleasure.
  • The month.... Fall

    8 Feb 2007, 22:40 by fauny

    Somewhere in the vast cosmological sphere of dark and dwarf stars there is a light which shines a lighter brighter than most. Step forward John Charles Alder, aka Twink. I'm sitting here listening to Good Wizzard Meets Naughty Wizzard. Now, as far as I know Aquarian Age recorded all of three tracks. Good Wizzard..., 10,000 Words In A Cardboard Box, and 'Me'. I first loved 10,000 Words (the very first song with horns that i truly loved) because of its mix of hippie mysticism and sneering acid punk undertone all at sea upon a very choppy, peculiarly English ocean of sound. But then I heard Good Wizzard..., oh boy! Now, my beloved tells me that the narrator and I share the same voice - I'm having none of it - but there is a charming naivety about the song which impelling, almost as impelling as the sly, circular bass patterns which drives the first and last thirds of the song. It's a very, very silly song. In the first of so many people getting so serious in the music it's really nice…