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A Tab In The Ocean Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, Original recording reissued, Deluxe Edition


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June 23 – New York City – B.B. King's
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  • Audio CD (4 April 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, Original recording reissued, Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Itsaboutmusic.Com
  • ASIN: B004J0Q6F0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 171,060 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. A Tab In The Ocean
2. Desolation Valley/Waves
3. Crying In The Dark
4. King Of Twilight
Disc: 2
1. New Day Dawning
2. Do You Believe In Magic
3. Candlelight
4. Gooday
5. The Life I've Been Leading
6. Where Did You Go
7. Sealed With A Kiss
8. Our Love Will Last Forever

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mark Richards on 24 Jun 2005
Format: Audio CD
Arguably this is Nektar's best album and if you are unaware of the band or the album, and are interested in superior progressive rock from the early seventies, this is a must purchase. There is a glorious and expansive title track (side one of the original album) replete with excellent guitar solos, keyboard experiments, and superb percussion. The four tracks that follow are the brilliant Desolation Valley, the interesting 'Waves', 'Cryin In the Dark' and 'King Of Twilight'.
For those who already have a copy of the original, unremastered 'Tab' is it worth buying the new version? I reckon yes. You may not notice a great deal of difference between the original and the remastered version of the album, but the rereleased 'Tab' contains the USA mixing of the album which is quite different from that released in Europe. Firstly it is not as good, being quite crude at times, but it does offer an alternative to an album that fans may have heard hundreds of times. In addition, the packaging - in line with recent reissues - is interesting, contains lyrics and other bits and pieces. On balance, and if you can afford it, get the remaster.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dr. D. B. Sillars VINE VOICE on 9 Aug 2004
Format: Audio CD
Those not familiar with Nektars psychedelic/space-rock blend of progressive rock should take the opportunity to pick up this current batch of remasters as overseen by the inimitable Mark Powell. His reputation for excellence in making 70's recordings available to the highest standard, sound wise and in the detailed notes of the accompanying booklets is thoroughly justified. This album by Nektar is quite excellent and clearly showed how the band had progressed since their stunning debut. The musicianship is assured, particularly the guitars of Roye Albrighton and the band are on a creative role here. The opening title track never lets up over its 16 minutes and shows how the band were aspiring to the epic suites that groups like "Yes" were producing at the time. It's testament to their abilities that this piece is as good as anything their contemporaries were producing. My particular favourite track is "Desolation Valley" which has some fantastic guitar chordings from Albrighton. The other two tracks on the original album are no slouches either.
Nektar were never held in the same esteem as others of the progressive rock genre in the 70's, but these re-issues clearly show that they were producing music of equal originality and ability and hopefully now will be seen as an important contributor to the music of that period.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By The Baron on 8 Jun 2008
Format: Audio CD
I first heard this album in the mid 70`s and while nostalgia definitely plays a part in my re-collections,I don`t think they ever bettered it.I also think `Remember The Future` and `Down To Earth` are fine albums too,but they still don`t hit the high`s of `A Tab In The Ocean`,`Desolation Valley` and `Cryin` In The Dark`.
Engineered by the legendary Dieter Dierks,this album has a great and powerful sound which,if you have any interest in 70`s prog,will not fail to impress. Atmospheric,dreamy and dynamic are other terms which fit too.
I was lucky enough to see Nektar[or at least Roye Allbrighton and Ron Howden from the original line-up]in Wolverhampton,some two and a half years ago.They played this album in it`s entirety and it was a great night and good to see the band in fine form.In fact,on the night i`m pretty sure that Roye mentioned this album was their biggest seller in Britain.
Summing up,buy this album if you like early 70`s prog played by great musicians[all of them highly underrated] and with a great sound.In short,one of my all-time faves.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 28 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
A seriously underrated gem from 1972.This album was a neglected 'prog' classic easily comparable to the best of it's contemporaries.From the title track to the rock out 'King of Twilight',there's not a single superfluous moment.I loved this album 30 years ago and it is still relevant now.This remaster(not to be confused with the earlier less than perfect cd release from a few years back) is lovingly put together,everything is crystal clear and the original artwork has been restored.Also included is the US remix from 1976,an interesting addition although not as good as the original German mix.Ten out of ten for quality, content and presentation.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Glen1975 on 8 July 2008
Format: Audio CD
Yes' "Close to the Edge" was the prog rock album of 1972, for that matter the seventies, but this takes the edge of that album's status. I am very surprised that it does not get much of a mention by all the pundits - it's as if it "lays deep in the bottom of the ocean, buried".

The title track is a swirling and undulating offering of soundscapes. The production is clean. It sounds as if its recorded live in a cathedral - just listen to headphones, it's fantastic escapism. The theme is strong with very strong performances by all musicians, I would love to have seen them live.

Desolation Valley is a great track, it rocks and this helped by the bass line which sometimes takes the lead. Nice atmospheric stuff, much like the rest of the album.

A must to have in anyone's prog rock collection
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