Colin Bass - Colin Bass has been the bassist/vocalist in Camel for many years. He's also released a number of solo albums under the name of Sabah Habas in 1994 and 1997. This album features members of Polish bands Quidam and Abraxas as well as earlier Camel drummer Dave Stewart and Camel guitarist/vocalist Andrew Latimer. Bass also released an album called "Live at Polskie Radio 3" in 1999, and we suspect that a second, similar album, came out this year. He is one of twenty artists/bands that are featured on a stunning new compilation CD put out by Pandora's Box Records in Berlin, Germany called "Rare Sounds from the Progressive Rock Jungle". The album features a number of artists on the company's Second Battle and Early Birds labels, some of which appear on our first Dinosaur Days CD which we released a few years back. Bands/artists on the album include Jeffrey Lieberman, Night Sun, Light of Darkness, Zarathustra, Kin Ping Meh, Zone Six, Shades of Dawn, Krokodil and Chicken Bones. We gave away a few copies to a few lucky listeners on a' phone-in competition this week and we hope to do the same in a few week's time. Pandora's Box Records' owner Joachim Borneleitus has worked very hard in ensuring that his company remains one of the best and most reputable suppliers of rare and hard to find progressive rock/blues/hard rock etc. mail order companies in the world. You can find Pandora's Box's website on our front page, but to make your life easier, here it is again: www.progrock-sb.de and the email address is PandorasBox-SecondBattle@t-online.dr. You'll be amazed at the amount of stunning music you'll find in this treasure chest. The three winners of the CD this week are Helen Dawson of Waverley, Denise Block of Orange Grove and Ian Rijsdijk of Rondebosch. 

Colin Bass  
Colin Bass - Macasar, from "An Outcast of the Islands", released in 1998. Colin Bass has been the bassist/vocalist in Camel for many years. He's also released a number of solo albums under the name of Sabah Habas in 1994 and 1997. This album features members of Polish bands Quidam and Abraxas as well as earlier Camel drummer Dave Stewart and Camel guitarist/vocalist Andrew Latimer. Bass also released an album called "Live at Polskie Radio 3" in 1999, and we suspect that a second, similar album, came out this year. He is one of twenty artists/bands that are featured on a stunning new compilation CD put out by Pandora's Box Records in Berlin, Germany called "Rare Sounds from the Progressive Rock Jungle". The album features a number of artists on the company's Second Battle and Early Birds labels, some of which appear on our first Dinosaur Days CD which we released a few years back. Bands/artists on the album include Jeffrey Lieberman, Night Sun, Light of Darkness, Zarathustra, Kin Ping Meh, Zone Six, Shades of Dawn, Krokodil and Chicken Bones. We gave away a few copies to a few lucky listeners on a' phone-in competition this week and we hope to do the same in a few week's time. Pandora's Box Records' owner Joachim Borneleitus has worked very hard in ensuring that his company remains one of the best and most reputable suppliers of rare and hard to find progressive rock/blues/hard rock etc. mail order companies in the world. You can find Pandora's Box's website on our front page, but to make your life easier, here it is again: www.progrock-sb.de and the email address is PandorasBox-SecondBattle@t-online.dr. You'll be amazed at the amount of stunning music you'll find in this treasure chest. The three winners of the CD this week are Helen Dawson of Waverley, Denise Block of Orange Grove and Ian Rijsdijk of Rondebosch. 

 

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Colin Bass - 2002 - Live at Polski Radio 3 - 2.5/5

Colin Bass - 2003 - Outcast of the Islands (Kartini) - 3.5/5

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