|Steve Hackett tribute album released|
Mellow Records released the cd "Steppes Beyond The Colossus – Steve Hackett - Tribute To Genesis Solo Careers", featuring various Italian and foreign bands.
Algebra join with a cover of "Sleepers".
|24th February 2010|
|Marillion tribute album released|
Records has just released the 3 cd box "Recital For A Season's End", a tribute
to Marillion featuring of various Italian and international
Algebra contribute with a cover of "this Train Is My Life".
|23rd October 2009|
|JL out now!|
|Algebra's second album JL is out now on the
AMS label (AMS173CD). You can read more news here.
The album can be easily purchaded through the web site www.btf.it
|JL update and more|
|Algebra new album JL is scheduled for an
October / November release this year on the AMS label, catalogue number
AMS173CD. You can read the track listing here.
We are now glad to announce that the English guest stars are Steve Hackett and his brother John! Steve played a stunning guitar solo on the opening track, while John added his fantastic flute to three songs.
In the meantime, Algebra will be involved in more tribute albums. They are currently putting the final touches to their rendition of "This Train Is My Life" for a Marillion tribute which is being released on the Mellow Records label and will record soon also a cover of Ray Wilson's "Goodbye Baby Blue" for a Genesis Solo Projects Tribute Album.
|New album "JL" coming soon!|
|Algebra new album will be in the shops later
The band finished the recordings and is currently mixing the album.
As previously stated, important Italian vocalists such as Aldo Tagliapietra, Graziano Romani, Goran Kuzminac and Lino Vairetti. joined the sessions.
Besides, during the last few weeks, two foreign guest stars recorded their instrumental parts, adding their input to a concept album inspired by Richard Bach's famous novel "Jonathan Livingston Seagull".
The album will be breleased on the AMS label, and distrubuted by BTF.
|So long, Francesco|
|Francesco Giammetti passed away a few days
ago. He wasn't 28 yet.
He was only 13 when he drawed Algebra's logo.
He was also part of the drunk choir in the "Wind Up" section added at the end of "Up To Me", a part which was sadly cut off by Il Popolo del Blues when the label released the Jethro Tull tribute.
He was a great drummer, but above all he was a marvellous guy. We'll never forget him and he'll stay in our hearts forever.
|Luis Miguel tribute album released|
|Ululati dall'Underground label has released
the cd "Màs Che Never", a tribute to Luis Miguel with the inclusion
of various Italian artists.
Algebra contribute with the cover of "Que Hacer".
|Moody Blues tribute album released|
Records has just released the 3 cd box "Higher And Higher", a tribute
to Moody Blues with the participation of various Italian and international
Algebra contribute with the cover of "Dear Diary".
You can read track listing and some more news here