Lifting Shadows

The Authorized Biography of Dream Theater. Now in paperback.

Interviews

  • Current Band Members

    • James LaBrie
    • John Petrucci
    • Jordan Rudess
    • John Myung
    • Mike Mangini
  • Former Band Members

    • Mike Portnoy
    • Charlie Dominici
    • Chris Collins
    • Stephan Erickson (AKA Steve Stone)
    • John Arch
    • Derek Sherinian
    • Chris Cintron
    • John Hendricks
  • Album Producers / Engineers

    • David Prater
    • Kevin Shirley
    • Terry Date
    • Doug Oberkircher
    • Paul Northfield
  • Cover Artists

    • Larry Freemantle
    • Amy Guip
    • Dung Hoang
    • Hugh Syme
    • Storm Thorgerson
    • Peter Curzon
    • Dave McKean
  • Band Managers / Record Label Personnel

    • Derek Oliver
    • Dante Bonutto
    • Jim Pitulski
    • Derek Simon
    • Rob Shore
    • Rikk Feulner
    • Bill Barclay
    • Frank Soloman
    • Janna Glasser
    • David 5-1 Norman
    • Derek Shulman
    • Andrew Ross
    • Steve Sinclair
  • Various

    • Bruce Dickinson
    • Pete Trewavas
    • Ben Huggins
    • Jamshied Sharifi
    • Jens Johansson
    • Chris Jericho
    • Sebastian Bach
    • Erik Neldner
    • Robert Mason
    • Eric Gandras
    • Gail Flug
    • Jim Matheos
    • Tony Levin
    • Neal Morse
    • Roine Stolt

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“It’s the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love,” say Barry Miles and James Birch, curators of new exhibition, The British Underground Press of the Sixties. “We wanted to show that dissent was possible and to encourage young people to fight back against Brexit and Trump, for example – to show that you can do it outside the system.”

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Rocket 88 is with Barry Miles.

Tune in, turn on and drop out? How the word spread among the radical youth of the 1960s, at britishundergroundpress.com – a book and exhibition. 'Hopefully it will turn on a while new generation of people', says curator James Birch to author Barry Miles. — Products shown: British Underground Press (Classic Edition) and British Underground Press (Signature Edition).

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It was fifty one years ago today that International Times held the launch (and fund raising) party for the first issue at London's Roundhouse. Read all about it in founding editor Miles' In The Sixties at inthesixties.com — Products shown: In the Sixties (Classic Edition).

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