Category Archives: Mel Collins

Various Artists ~ Still Wish You Were Here – A Tribute To Pink Floyd

rik For those who love Pink Floyd, specifically, the album “Wish You Were Here”, this just may be the album for you. This album has a ton of great artists doing covers from the album “Wish You Were Here.” Who’s … Continue reading

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King Crimson ~ Heroes EP

  This EP from KING CRIMSON, titled “Heroes”, is a live release with only 4 songs. It starts off with David Bowie’s “Heroes” in which Robert Fripp performed on the hit from David Bowie. Also included are live versions of … Continue reading

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