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Captain Phil's Planet playlist for 11/08/2018

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Glass HammerIt Alaways Burns SideaysChronomonaut*
Glass Hammerblinding LightChronomonaut*
ChristieYellow River
Flor de LotoEl Condor pasa Locomotive Live at Rosfest (bonus track)Eclipse*
DIrty Pair Main ThemeDirty Pair Mian Theme
Starblazer Main ThemeStarblazers Main Theme
Big Big TrainBrave CaptainGrimspound
StratospheriousMan Behind the CutainGuilty of Innocence*
Flor de LotoEsclavitud de tu serEclipse*
The Preservation SocietySpace:1999T.P.S.
PhideauxHave You Hugged Your Robot313

Captain Phil and his co host The Eyes of Triton will be interviewing Peter Tatara of Anime NYC at 3:30pm on Captain Phil's Planet. Peter is the convention chair of New York's newest Anime convention located at the Jacob Javitts Convention Center held over three days, November 16th - 18th. Anime NYC has donated 4 3 day passes for callers who pledge to WUSB as a thank you gift. To obtain the passes call 631-632-6901 during Captain Phi's Planet and make a pledge of $35 or more with a credit card, You can also message Captain Phil via the Captain Phil's Planet facebook page if you are interested in donating to WUSB.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/CPPWUSB90.1/

At 4:15pm Nick Katona of MRR Records will call in to talk about the MRR Label and the band Flor de Loto and their new album dropping in November!

Finally We'll be talking with Cmdr Roy and Lt Marybeth about Captain Kirk's visit to Ticonderoga NY this Decemeber and noext years Space 1999 convention. I have it on good authority Captain Zantor will also be on hand to ask Cmder Roy some questions!

And of course the best new Prog Rock all on Captain Phil's Planet!

Anime NYC
http://animenyc.com
Anime NYC is New York City’s anime convention! A showcase of the best of Japanese pop culture in the biggest city in America, Anime NYC brings anime fans and publishers together for three days of unique exhibits, exclusive screenings, extensive panels, and appearances by some of the biggest creators in Japan. Join us for a celebration of Japanese animation, manga, cosplay, movies, food, fashion, travel, technology, toys, and games in the heart of NYC! For more, visit animenyc.com.

MRR Records
http://mrrmusic.com

Melodic Revolution Records (MRR) was established in 2004 as an Independent Prog & Rock Music Label by Nick Katona with the and of his wife Jennifer starting its journey as a free standing brick and mortar music store selling Compact Discs, Vinyl and assorted music memorabilia, located in a quaint New England style town at 34 College Street. Clinton, New York. Nick has been in the music business in one form or another for over 30 years and continues his tradition of exploring new avenues of bringing new music to the willing music listener.

October 2005 saw the addition of an Art Gallery to the little shop, simply called “Revolution Gallery” to showcase the art of some wonderful untapped talent. Many of the works were by seasoned artisans while others were by up and coming artists – some still in high school. A few months later a local Christian musician and MRR customer, Kevin Thompson suggested that the gallery would make a lovely evening live music venue while remaining in the art gallery during the day. According to Kevin and others the gallery had very good acoustics, two weeks later, in January 2006, Kevin and his band The Kevin Thompson Trio were the very first live act to play at MRR thus starting a new tradition with other local performers playing the small venue; Rocky Graziano, Ryan Miller, Dave Snediker and The Jellyfish (who brought down the house on their first performance) among others.

In June of 2006 the realization that the small 300 square foot room that had become a favorite local spot for kids and adults alike to listen to music was too small and was once again expanded (by an additional 400 square feet) to accommodate more fans and full bands. Quickly the space known as “Revolution Gallery” by day became known as “Live at The Revolution” at night. Over the next 2 years MRR hosted over 200 shows and more than 600 bands and/or solo artists performed from local acts like; Scott Brown, Honor Bright and Union Riot to national recording artists such as; Between The Trees, A Day To Remember, As Tall As Lions, Alesana, as well as some International artists; Ember Swift, Mindflow, Gustav And The Seasick Sailors and Helena Arlock just to name a few.

2006 was a busy year for activities with the addition of the art gallery, live venue, and the formation of our independent record label Melodic Revolution Records. The idea behind the label and distribution was an easy transition as we were already promoting and selling music by independent musicians in our store.

The first band to sign on was California based Classic Rock Band “Echoes Landing” with the release of their debut CD “Closer To You” soon that was followed by Laurie Larson with her sophomore release Aquila. Change is good for growth and change was happening. Expanding once again to the internet to sell the ever-growing catalog of independent music much of which started out by bands that had performed at the Revolution. This soon grew to encompass independent releases by musicians from around the globe.

Keeping with what had become tradition, MRR continued to promote live music and the arts by introducing the Clinton Art and Music Festival (CA&MF) on August 23, 2006. Nick was not only the founder of the CA&MF but was also the Music Director and Organizer with some valuable help from the Clinton Chamber of Commerce. Nick was a Director with the Clinton Chamber of Commerce from 2004 – 2007. According to Nick, he felt the need to bring the Chamber on board to make it more of a community event while giving the festival some credibility. The festival continues to this day.

October 1st marks our 10th year anniversary as an independent record label developed to help release and promote some of the finest up-and-coming bands in the world as well as working with veteran musicians looking for a personal touch.

MRR is becoming known around the world as a progressive label, not only because we have many talented prog bands on our label, but because we are always on the outside looking in, thinking outside of the box. Our goal has always been to bring the world the best new music. No two bands on our label sound alike, and for good reason; music should not be copied but created new and original. We are more than a record label; we are a family of musicians and individuals that work hard at working together as a well-oiled team bringing the music listener music that inspires, and makes us think while cultivating memories – music that will stand the test of time. It is through this family atmosphere that new collaborations have evolved to create rich and dynamic new music.

Bands & Solo Artists We Signed By Year
2018:
Lisa LaRue, Ten Jinn, 86 Bullets, SL Theory, Alan-Michael Taylor, Flor de Loto

2017:
Blå Lotus, BABAL, Odin’s Court, Forever Twelve, Wings of Destiny, Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius, Anton Darusso.

2016:
Joe Mac’s American Garage, Nth Ascension, Grata & Darusso

2015
Darrel Trece-Birch, Gekko Projekt, Kristoffer Gildenlöw, Petri Lindström Project, Port Mahadia, Time Horizon

2014:
Leon Alvarado, Backhand, Ellsworth Hall, KINGs, Marco Ragni, NeverWake, Peter Matuchniak, Progeland, Radio Free Universe, Thoughts Factory, Transport Aerian, Transmission Rails, Voice of the Enslaved

2013:
Amadeus Awad, Andy John Bradford’s Oceans 5, Andres Guazzelli, AzaZello, Insites, Luigi Milanese, Morpheus Rising, Sunshine & Bullets

2012:
Anuryzm, Corvus Stone, Halo, Hellhaven, Kinetic Element, King Friday, Kracked Earth, The Minstrel’s Ghost, Murky Red, Oceans Of Time, Paul D’Adamo, Roads to Damascus, The Room, Scarlet Hollow, Mike Shouse, Transcend.

2011:
Aethellis, Aisles, Capricia, Don Mancuso, Mandalaband, Morre, Solstice Coil, Unified Past, When Friends Come Out To Play.

2010:
Alyshen, Cary Clouser, DDrive, ifsounds, J-Zohar, Vitriol

2006:
Echoes Landing, Laurie Larson

Trekonderoga
https://www.startrektour.com/product-category/captains-christmas/

James Cawley is thrilled to announce Mr. William Shatner will be returning to the Star Trek Set Tour again this December 7th and 8th. Mr. Shatner will be available for autographs, photo ops, and by popular demand, will host several Captain On The Bridge intimate Q&A chats. Fans will not want to miss this chance to spread some Christmas cheer with Captain Kirk himself.

Joining Mr. Shatner is Anson Mount, Star Trek: Discovery’s newly cast Captain Pike. Mr. Mount will also be available for autographs and photo ops and will be doing one Pike On The Bridge event. This is his first visit to the Set Tour. The Set Tour is thrilled to welcome Mr. Mount as he steps into his seminal role.

Breakaway 2019
https://www.breakaway-2019.com/

ATTENTION ALL SECTIONS ALPHA:
As you know, as Alphans, we will be celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Breakaway, next year on September 13th, 2019. This is a landmark date in Space:1999 history, and will be a VERY SPECIAL time for us to celebrate together, not only as fellow Alphans, but as fans of this wonderful series which we love.

With that said, I wish to announce that BREAKAWAY:2019 - 20TH ANNIVERSARY - A SPACE:1999 EVENT CONVENTION will be held in the Northeast, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

The venue will be at the Best Western: Lehigh Valley Convention Center.

The event will begin on the early evening of September 12th, with a welcoming of all attendees, and progress into Friday, September 13th, Saturday, September 14th, and Sunday, September 15th.