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John Wetton - Amorata (2003)

Ha sido músico profesional desde finales de los años sesenta del pasado siglo, habiendo sido miembro de los siguientes grupos: Mogul Thrash, Family, King Crimson, el grupo de Roxy Music/Bryan Ferry, Uriah Heep, UK, Asia y Wishbone Ash. Ha grabado varias de las que se consideran "grandes obras maestras" del rock progresivo, como el "Lark's Tongues in Aspic" (1973) de King Crimson, el disco homónimo de UK o el disco homónimo de Asia.

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Genre: Rock | Label: Metal Mind | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 17 Nov 2003 | Runtime: 78 min. | 4,33 GB (DVD5)

John Wetton has had one of the most varied careers in progressive rock. He has played
in the majority of the big names in prog, in many cases in their classic
lineups. His first major band experience came when he joined Family in
1971. He was featured on two of their albums: 1971's Fearless and
Bandstand (released the following year). He performed various functions
in the group, but his primary role was as bassist. Previous to this
group he had recorded with Edward's Hand and Mogul Thrash. He left
Family to join Robert Fripp and company in King Crimson, taking a place
that had been previously filled by Greg Lake. This would not be the last
time the two of them would replace one another. His tenure with that
group was not exceptionally long, however, as Fripp disbanded Crimson in
1975. Wetton did, however, contribute to several classic Crimson discs
(Larks' Tongues in Aspic [1973], Red [1974], Starless and Bible Black,
and USA [1975]). Many Crimson fans consider this to be the ultimate era
of the group.
Wetton's next move was to Roxy Music, a venture that he actually began
while still with King Crimson. In fact, during his KC time he managed to
work on several side projects. These projects included two albums with
former Yes guitarist Peter Banks; an album with Gordon Haskell; and one
each with Eno, Phil Manzanera, Peter Sinfield, and Bryan Ferry. It was
Ferry, the founder of Roxy Music, who invited him to join that group.
Wetton toured with them in 1975 and that tour resulted in a live album
that was released the following year.
Seemingly not one to stay in one place for very long, Wetton hooked up
with Uriah Heep in 1975, recording Return to Fantasy with them that year
and High and Mighty the following year. When he left that group, he
hooked up with Bill Bruford and Rick Wakeman to form a new group. That
one never got off the ground, but Bruford and Wetton kept working
together, creating UK. During this formative period, though, he worked
on three Bryan Ferry albums and one by Duncan Mackay. The first UK disc
was released in 1978. In total he was featured on three albums with the
group: that self-titled release, Danger Money, and the live album Night
After Night. Both of the latter albums were released in 1979. Even while
working with that band, he managed to find the time to record with Jack
Knife and Phil Manzanera on the side.
1980 saw, among other things, the beginning of Wetton's solo career. His
first solo disc, Caught in the Crossfire, was released that year.
During the period of 1980 to 1981 he played on two albums by Roger
Chapman, one by Philip Rambow, and a Wishbone Ash disc. In 1982 he
hooked up with Carl Palmer, Geoff Downes, and Steve Howe to form Asia.
Their self-titled debut was released that year. He also put in a
performance on another Phil Manzanera album that year. The following
year saw the release of the second Asia disc, Alpha. After that album,
Wetton left the group for a short time, replaced by Greg Lake. Lake did a
tour with the group, but then Wetton came back into the fold. He stayed
with the group through their next release, 1985's Astra.
In 1987 he hooked up with Phil Manzanera again to record
Wetton/Manzanera. The next few years were quiet for Wetton, with his
next projects not coming until 1990. That year he was featured on
another Manzanera disc and two releases by Asia. The following year he
released his next solo album, Jacknife. The next few years saw little
activity by the bassist/vocalist, until 1994. That year saw his next
solo release, Voice Mail, and Aria by Asia. 1995, however, gave birth to
no less than three new Wetton albums: two live ones (Chasing: Live in
Japan and Live: Chasing the Dragon) and one studio (Battle Lines). The
following year Wetton put out another live album, Akustika: Live in
Amerika. 1997 came around and saw Wetton working with David Cross and
Steve Hackett on two albums. He also put out two albums with Phil
Manzanera. Two more live discs came out in 1999 (Live in New York and
Live at the Sun Plaza Tokyo). He also worked with Steve Hackett on
Darktown and Ian McDonald on Driver's Eyes. Even with all of those
projects he still found time to record another studio release of his
own, Arkangel.
The year 2000 saw Wetton again working with Carl Palmer, forming a new
group called Qango. They released their first album, Live in the Hood,
that same year, and Wetton still found time to play on the album Martin
Darvill and Friends Greatest Show on Earth.

- John Wetton: vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
- John Mitchell: guitar, harmonies
- Martin Orford: keyboards, harmonies, flute
- Steve Christey: drums

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02. Sole Survivor
03. Nothing's Gonna Stand In Our Way
04. Book Of Saturday
05. Emma
06. The Smile Has Left Your Eyes
07. In The Dead Of Night
08. Easy Money
09. After All
10. Rendez Vous 6.02
11. Starless
12. Battle Lines
13. Heat Of The Moment

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