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Peter Gabriel for Venezuela & Catalonia – VIDEOS

Richard Branson announces Venezuela Aid Live concert which aims to raise $100 million for food and supplies in the crisis-hit country, on February 22 in Cucuta, Colombia near the Venezuela border. 


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Peter Gabriel among stars who have vowed to perform at live-streamed concert.

Video for "Als Teus Ulls (In Your Eyes)" in support of independence for Catalonia, featuring Peter Gabriel, Mario Muñoz, Joan Baez & others.

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Video Memories: Happy Birthday, Peter Gabriel – VIDEO

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Peter Brian Gabriel, 13 febbraio 1950 - OFFICIAL VIDEOS EVOLUTION:

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Video Memories: Peter Gabriel plays Imagine at Olympic Games in Turin 10/2/2006 – VIDEO

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Il'10 febbraio 2006 Peter Gabriel canta Imagine di John Lennon alla Cerimonia di apertura dei XX Giochi olimpici invernali, a Torino:

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Peter Gabriel, digital releases for live albums – BUY

Digital releases for Plays Live and Secret World Live (reinstating hitherto missing tracks) and Growing Up Live is being made available for the first time. OVO is also now available on all streaming services too. 


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PLAYS LIVE - BUY ON AMAZON

The full 16 track concert is being made available digitally for the first time. The Rhythm of the HeatNot One of UsIntruder and On the Air are all returned to their rightful place in the running order on Peter's first live album that captures his 1982 tour. 
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SECRET WORLD LIVE - BUY ON AMAZON

Omitted from the original CD release (due to lack of disc space) and subsequent digital releases, San Jacinto has been added to this new digital release of Secret World Live, which captures Peter's 1993 tour in support of his sixth studio album US.
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GROWING UP LIVE - BUY ON AMAZON

Only ever a DVD release before now, this is the first time Peter's Growing Up Live tour has been a stand-alone audio release. The show was Peter's first live tour in 10 years and showcases a number of songs from his seventh album UPand a host of Gabriel classics.
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OVO - BUY ON AMAZON

Not a live album in itself, but the music that soundtracked the Millennium Dome Show in London, performed 999 times during the 365 days in 2000 that the Dome was open. Available to stream for the first time on all digital services.
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Video Memories: Peter Gabriel “Games Without Frontiers” Released 9/2/1980 – VIDEOS

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"Games Without FrontiersReleased: February 9, 1980 - VIDEOS & COLLECTING:

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Video Memories: Peter Gabriel al Festival di Sanremo 4-5/2/1983 – VIDEO

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Il 4 e 5 febbraio Peter Gabriel è stato protagonista di due memorabili - ma anche scandalose, per l'epoca - esibizioni sul palco dell'Ariston al 33° Festival di Sanremo.

Peter è un super-ospite, introdotto da Carlo Massarini con la sua trasmissione Mister Fantasy:

Poi Peter è protagonista in diretta delle due serate in cui si lancia sul pubblico con l'aiuto di una lunga fune, camminando sulle spalliere delle poltrone, alla fine di Shock The Monkey (acquistala qui su Amazon e aiuti Horizons Radio - leggi come e perché). 

Il problema è stato il rientro sul palco dell'improbabile Tarzan. La prima serata è andata quasi bene e ha solo travolto una cassa-spia:

Nella serata successiva, Gabriel ha invece battuto una solenne schienata contro la base del palcoscenico:

Lui e i suoi fan si ricorderanno a lungo di questa evitabile prova italiana. 

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Video Memories: Peter Gabriel, Steam Released 11th January, 1993

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Peter Gabriel, Steam Released 11th January, 1993 - VIDEO MEMORIES: 

Steam was the second single from Peter Gabriel’s sixth solo album US, and was released on 11 January 1993.... MORE

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Peter Gabriel on Changed My Mind podcast – AUDIO

Peter Gabriel is the guest on the current Changed My Mind podcast. AUDIO.


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Recording at Real World Studios: Richard Spaven – VIDEO

Watch Richard Spaven discuss the recording of his new album at Real World Studios - VIDEO.


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"Richard Spaven is proud to present brand new studio album 'Real Time'.

Richard's unique subtle take on drumming and the way “he plays like a wild flower grows” (Mary Anne Hobbs /6 Music Recommends), has made him a sought-after performer with successful global artists and at Drum events and festivals around the world.

Following on from his critically acclaimed 2017 release ‘The Self’, Richard is back with a special studio album.
Recorded live during a week at Real World Studios in the Bath countryside, ‘Real Time’ captures the artfulness of a band of musicians creating something truly unique. Richard’s long history with his band was an inspiration during the writing of this record.
His collaboration with vocalist Jordan Rakei is continued - exceeding expectations after a week-long residential recording session. In addition is co-writer and long standing band member Stuart McCallum (Cinematic Orchestra, The Breath) on guitars.
The recordings also feature Robin Mullarkey (Jacob Collier) on bass, and Oli Rockberger (Laura Mvula) on keys.
Notable for their diverse production skills, Frederic Robinson (Medschool) and Jameszoo (Brainfeeder) join Richard on Real Time. The inclusion of their intricate sound design and warped distorted abstract sees that the music on Real Time is elevated to new levels.

Throughout the 9 tracks of the album, Richard on drums plays artfully with the beats, subtlety abounds yet grooving hard in constantly shifting, unexpected turns of rhythmic layers.

The result is modern sounding electronica from a group of exquisitely talented forward-thinking musicians who are not bound by any genres but thrive in the simple idea of creating and playing together."

 

Recorded at Realworld Studios
Mixed by Patrick Phillips
Assistant Engineers Fraser Latimer and Oli Middleton
Mastered by Matt Lord Music
Artwork by Mitchy Bwoy
Label Manager - Eric Karsenty
Real World - Amanda Jones
Chef - Jerome Boulve
Realworld staff - Lisa Murton
Bookings - Sinan@atc-live.com

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Peter Gabriel: “Support for the ‘Stansted 15’”

Peter Gabriel has added his name to this letter of support for the ‘Stansted 15. READ the LETTER.


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Stansted 15 Solidarity Letter: 

 

We the undersigned express our deep concern and disagreement with the recent prosecutions at Chelmsford Crown Court against the fifteen human rights activists who acted to stop a brutal, secretive and barely legal deportation flight last year.

 

The ‘Stansted 15’ have been convicted of ‘endangering an aerodrome’ under the Aviation and Maritime Security Act 1990 - a terrorism related law. The use of this draconian legislation is grossly disproportionate and a clear abuse of power.

 

Helen, Joe, Lyndsay, Ben, Mel, Nathan, Laura, Jo, Nick, Ali, Eddie, Emma, May, Ruth and Melanie chained themselves around a deportation charter flight bound for Nigeria and Ghana in March 2017 with the sincere belief that they were preventing the sixty people on board from coming to harm.

 

As a result of their ten hour blockade, eleven people - including victims of trafficking recognised under the Modern Slavery Act - are still here in the UK with their loved ones.

 

This group of ordinary people took extraordinary and peaceful action in the knowledge that they were saving lives. But now they face prison sentences.

 

It is the UK government’s brutal and unjust ‘hostile environment’ which should be found guilty of endangering human lives, and not the peaceful efforts of fifteen people to keep them safer.

 

The UK is the only country in Europe to lock up people with uncertain immigration status indefinitely. 3000 people are incarcerated in immigration prisons in the UK at any one time.

 

The UK is also one of the few to fill chartered planes with deportees when legal cases are still unresolved. Nearly half (47%) of all appeals to deportation decisions last year were successful [1] and 75% of Home Office appeals on immigration decisions are rejected. [2]

 

The Windrush scandal has shown us that the UK immigration system violates human rights. The Home Office constantly racially profiles; uses unfair targets; and victimises and expels people who have the right to live here.

 

We call on the UK government to end its inhumane hostile environment policies and to end its barely legal and shameful practice of deportation charter flights. We also call for the Stansted 15 to be spared prison. They did not aim to inconvenience people, and this arduous trial has had such a profound impact on the defendants’ lives that they are unlikely to take such action again.

 

The Stansted 15 are a credit to human rights. They and their intentions should be supported, not punished.

 

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[1] https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201719/cmselect/cmhaff/500/50006.htm

[2] https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/sep/03/inhumane-three-quarters-of-home-office-asylum-appeals-fail

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