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Curved Air are a pioneering English group formed in 1970 by musicians from mixed artistic backgrounds, including , , and sound. The resulting sound of the band was a mixture of , , and with classical elements. Along with and , Curved Air were one of the first rock bands after , and to feature a violin. Sisyphus was hired to provide accompaniment for Galt McDermott's new play, Who the Murderer Was, at the in , serving as the pit band. Mark Hanau, an aspiring band manager at the time, saw the show and decided he wanted to manage Sisyphus. He felt that , an aspiring folk musician who he had seen in the London stage production of , was the missing ingredient in the group. On 1 January 1970, Hanau contacted her through the singer and impresario. She listened to a cassette of the band's music and was impressed. With Kristina's joining and Nick Simon's departure, Sisyphus metamorphosed into Curved Air, named after the album by contemporary. The name was suggested by Monkman who, having played in the first London performance of , was a great fan of Riley. The band's new sound immediately came together, and the five-piece Curved Air was born, Sonja Kristina being both the band's voice and its sex symbol. We played the Roundhouse in Chalk Farm several times, and each time we were further up the bill, until we were headlining. Sonja Kristina After a series of intensive rehearsals in Martin's family home in , the five-piece launched a well-received U. The band toured with their own sound engineer, Sean Davies later the producer for Way's post-Curved Air band, Wolf , which allowed them to achieve a better on-stage sound mix than other groups with unusual combinations of instruments. Curved Air publicist fanned the stirring hype, a bidding war for the band ensued, and in summer 1970 Curved Air signed with , becoming the first British band on the company's roster. The band received a much-publicized advance of £100,000 and their debut album was released in November to enormous hype surrounding its being issued as the first commercially available LP picture disc. Following Air Conditioning Martin was asked to leave the group, and was replaced by Ian Eyre. The peaked at number 11. The band played three U. In the course of constant touring drummer Pilkington-Miksa actually became ill in late 1971 and for several months Barry DeSouza , , , who band members knew from studio work, sat in for him. It was DeSouza who played with Curved Air at the 1971 Beat Club German T. In late 1971 the band joined , , and to do a Christmas radio show for the BBC. One highlighted performance was on 7 May 1971 when Curved Air was the opening act for and at the Warehouse in. By the time of the third album release serious musical differences within the band emerged. And that is not Darryl at all... He's a very disciplined perfectionist, he likes things to be as precise and exquisite as possible. As Monkman explained, Basically Darryl and I respect each others' work, but we don't really see eye-to-eye on most things. And we never really got the co-writing thing together. In fact, the centre was never really solid after Rob left. This division was reflected in the arrangement of tracks on Second Album and Phantasmagoria; side A of both albums was occupied by music composed by Darryl Way, while side B was devoted solely to Monkman's compositions, with no true collaboration between the two writers. While working in the studio the band was in a dire condition. He had to wear earplugs to go on the and went to a three times a week. The album's title was drawn from the poem of the same title. The album came out in April 1972 and reached number 20 in the U. Curved Air split up, Way formed , Pilkington-Miksa joined 's band, and Monkman moved into session work and was later to play in, among others, the supergroup. The new Curved Air I don't think Florian thought it would really be Curved Air any more. Do you know that the new band was to be called the Sonja Kristina Band or Kristina — Wedgwood or something, but we were informed by management that it would be called Curved Air! Mike Wedgwood Having retained a good working relationship, Sonja Kristina and Mike Wedgwood formed a new band with electric guitar , keyboards, violin , and Jim Russell drums. Jobson had come from a band called Fat Grapple, who had been one of Curved Air's support acts on tour. This new band played a much more conventional brand of rock than the former Curved Air, with almost none of the classical influences of that group. However, on the suggestion of manager Clifford Davis, they continued using the name Curved Air so as to give them a commercial leg up. Kristina later commented: What I wanted to do with the band at the time was get more of a rock edge to it, and Kirby's guitar playing really excited me — he was just really wild. And Jim was the same way, a very solid rock drummer. Mike and I really wanted to continue, and it was our manager Clifford Davis who said we would do a better business continuing to call the band Curved Air. So we kept the name and followed along the same pattern as before, as a writer's band. Everybody in the new band contributed material except for Jim Russell, who really wasn't a writer. Before it had mainly been Darryl and Francis, but I had managed to get some of my compositions in. The use of the Curved Air name was not enough, however. Whereas all three of the original Curved Air's albums had broken the UK top 20, the new band's sole album, , failed to even chart. Due to artistic differences with Jobson, Kirby Gregory and Jim Russell both left the group to form. Warner Brothers realized that the current Curved Air was in essence not the same band they had signed, and so the remaining trio recorded a demo tape for the label. The demos failed to convince Warner Brothers, and they discontinued the contract. These demos were later issued as part of the record. With no contract and only half a lineup, in summer 1973 Curved Air broke up. Jobson replaced Eno in , while Wedgwood joined. Reunion In 1974 Chrysalis sued the band. In order to discharge an enormous unpaid bill, in September 1974 the band's mainstays Kristina, Way, Monkman, and Pilkington-Miksa reunited for a three-week tour of the UK, put together by Darryl Way's manager,. The reunion interrupted Way's new band, Stark Naked and the Car Thieves, and since the bass slot for Curved Air needed filling, Way brought along the new band's bassist, Phil Kohn. The reunion tour saw Sonja Kristina playing up her role as Curved Air's sex symbol far more dramatically than she had before. A and single were recorded during the reunion tour, and though they failed to chart, they succeeded in paying off the tax bill. With their debts paid, Monkman and Pilkington-Miksa had no more reason to remain in the band. And so, Curved Air broke up for the third time in as many years. With Darryl Way at the helm, this new band often employed the same classical and folk influences as the original band and even played some of the original band's songs at their shows , but their core sound was rooted in pop, rhythm and blues, and hard rock. Miles Copeland III, still serving as Curved Air's manager, put the group on his own label, BTM. The band kicked off with a European tour, which started poorly. Way, a notorious perfectionist, grew impatient with the struggling of his bandmates, especially novice drummer Copeland. Their studio efforts were another story, however. Phil Kohn left and the band, unable to replace him in time for the sessions for , relied on guest musicians to play both bass John G Perry and keyboards Peter Wood. Kohn was later replaced by , formerly of and , but the recording sessions for both Midnight Wire and 1976's were expensive and highly stressful for everyone involved. Finally we just played England too many times. So we just decided to round off our schedule and leave it at that. Sort of 'Call me if you can think of anything. Though Alex Richman from the stepped in on keyboards, the loss of the band's leader was a blow. Copeland formed , Reeves returned to work as a producer and played in semi-pro band Big Chief along with Jacques, and Kristina and Way both pursued solo careers. Kristina and Copeland maintained the close personal relationship they'd formed while bandmates and were married in 1982. Interim Curved Air as a group were largely inactive for the next three decades, though a handful of retrospective releases and compilations were released during this time. Way and Kristina followed these recordings with a short tour in 1988, again under the Curved Air name. In 1990 the original Kristina, Way, Monkman and Pilkington-Miksa quartet gave a one-off reunion concert at the London's , supported by Noden's Ictus. The performance, recorded by Francis Monkman, was captured on the album, released in 2000. Following the one-off reunion, guitarist Mike Gore instigated a series of jam sessions which involved three fifths of Curved Air's original lineup: Monkman, Pilkington-Miksa, and Martin. In 1991 several of these jams were recorded, ultimately being released as a Monkman solo album called Jam in 2002. On 4 May 2008, in a message to the Curved Air Yahoo Group, Kristina advised that the new line-up would be herself, Darryl Way violin , Florian Pilkington-Miksa drums , Andy Christie guitar and Chris Harris bass. Francis Monkman, who was originally pictured with Kristina, Way and Pilkington-Miksa for the reunion, left the project. We continued with Darryl at the helm as our musical director and producer. As Way explained, the band had two reasons for this: they were never satisfied with the way those tracks were originally recorded and they wanted to have the product that they owned and were in control of. On Friday, 13 June, Curved Air performed at the to a generally positive response. For the 2009 dates in Japan on 16 and 17 January at Club Citta, , the guitarist was Kit Morgan who replaced Christie. On 9 August 2009, Eddie Jobson stood in for Darryl Way at a one-off gig in. For their dates in October 2009, Way was indisposed, and Robert Norton keyboards and Paul Sax violin stood in for him. Sax had played on Sonja Kristina's 1991 album Songs from The Acid Folk and both Sax and Norton played on her 1995 album Harmonics of Love. All the band are brilliant players and inspiring people. Chris Harris is literally our root on bass and Kit Morgan the fire on guitar. This lineup Kristina, Pilkington-Miksa, Harris, Morgan, Sax and Norton continued to gig as Curved Air until 2013. The band played at the London 2011 23—24 July , alongside , , , and , among others. A live album consisting of recordings from the previous UK tour, Live Atmosphere, was released on 2 April 2012. In October 2013, Kirby Gregory returned to replace Kit Morgan on guitar. The new lineup Kristina, Pilkington-Miksa, Harris, Gregory, Sax and Norton initially played a couple of dates in the UK before recording a new studio album, , released on 17 March 2014, supported by a 10-date tour from 1 March to 19 April with the Acoustic and. On 4 September 2015, Curved Air played a special concert at Under The Bridge, London, to mark the 45th Anniversary of the release of Air Conditioning. The album was played in full for the first time ever. In November 2016 Kit Morgan returned to the band, replacing Kirby Gregory. In August 2018 it was announced that Kit Morgan would no longer be able to play with the band due to problems with his back. On August 4th 2018, former guitarist George Hudson made his live debut with the band on stage at The New Day Festival in Kent. Other albums Year Title Chart-positions Comments 1975 — — — — — 1976 The Best of Curved Air — — — — — compilation 1990 — — — — — collection of demos in 1973, some of which are by Curved Air 1995 — — — — — Sessions from 1970, 1971, and 1976 2000 — — — — — Live recording of 1990 reunion concert 2008 Reborn — — — — — New recordings of songs from the first five studio albums plus two new tracks especially written by Darryl Way for the album — The Fury and Coming Home. Records WB 8023 UK 3-track single Warner Bros. Records K 16164 UK 1974 re-issue It Happened Today re-issue Marie Antoinette Ultra — Vivaldi — — — — — Warner Bros. Archived from on 10 August 2009. Archived from on 23 July 2010. Retrieved 30 September 2009. Masters from the Vaults: Curved Air DVD. Archived from on 25 November 2012. London: Blue Mountain Music. The Encyclopedia of Popular Music. London: Guinness World Records Limited. London and New York: Proteus Books. In Message in a Box: The Complete Recordings pp. Archived from on 1 September 2009. Archived from on 7 January 2011. Retrieved 1 January 2011. Archived from on 18 February 2011. Retrieved 9 March 2011.
From once existing in the numbers of only a bit more thanthere are today approximately 3000 people who share the Rapa Nui lineage, in a small society mainly driven by tourism. It works on any resolution on desktop and mobile devices such as iPad, iPhone, Android, and Blackberry. Both are social for their difficulty, for male hanau singles especially, due to the flexibility required. The record is mixed in that some countries have abolished capital punishment and changed the way they treat sexual minorities hanau singles these are areas where we are seeing significant improvement. He also became the first man to win two social Olympic gold medals since 's back-to-back titles in 1948 and 1952. Following Air Conditioning Martin was asked to leave the group, and was replaced by Ian Eyre. Masters from the Vaults: Curved Air DVD. Archived from on 2015-09-23. In December 2014, Hanyu competed in the. Print out the original lineup were Bill Bryson onJay Dee Maness onand Steve Duncan on.

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