Melody Hill

Melody Hill was Circle Sky Records fan’zine while we were open. Articles are presented here pretty much (text-wise) as they appeared originally. I have enhanced the format, with additional photos and appropriate videos that did not appear in the original article.

Last Updated Jun 28, 2022 @ 12:12 pm

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TitleAuthorIssue
Abba’s Dark Song CycleDonnie Thompson1
Ask ValleriCircle Sky3
The Children Of “Houses Of The Holy”Doyle Tatum14
Circle Sky Survey, TheCircle Sky4
Digging for Treasure – In the Beginning -GenesisDoyle Tatum5
Falling Through the Cracks:
Classic Hits That Weren’t
Donnie Thompson2
Fanzine ReviewsGlynis Ward3
From The Beginning
[The Origins of Emerson, Lake & Palmer]
Doyle Tatum4
Hard Day’s Night in Dixie, ADonnie Thompson6
Krauss & Union Station, AlisonDoyle Tatum3
Making the Melody Hill Issue 2 Cover PhotoCircle Sky2
Reviews: The Green Pajamas – Northern GothicRichard Golden3
Reviews: The Shazam – Tomorrow The WorldRichard Golden1
“Shocking You” With The Shocking BlueDoyle Tatum1
Vogue Picture Record?, What’s aDoyle Tatum2
What was the first album you became infatuated with and changed the way you listened to music?Various14
Windy’s Desert Island DiscsWindy1

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What was the first album you became infatuated with and changed the way you listened to music?
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The Children Of “Houses Of The Holy”
By Doyle Tatum Melody Hill was the Circle Sky Records official magazine while we were open between 2002 and 2010. Melody Hill #14 was our next to the last regular issue of the Melody Hill fanzine. The cover for this issue was drawn by the Circle Sky store manager, and …
A Hard Day’s Night in Dixie
A 38th anniversary look at The Beatles concert at Atlanta Stadium
Digging for Treasure – In the Beginning -Genesis
Not that Genesis!
Making the Melody Hill Issue 2 Cover Photo
Behind the scenes with our Circle Sky artwork
Reviews: The Shazam – Tomorrow The World
Go out and buy this four-piece powerhouse of rock’n’roll from Nashville, Tennessee.
Reviews: The Green Pajamas – Northern Gothic
The Green Pajamas formed in the spring of 1984 when Jeff Kelly and Joe Ross recorded and released their first album, Summer Of Lust, pioneering Seattle’s answer to the Los Angeles Paisley Underground scene.
Ask Valleri
Valleri, one of Circle Sky’s mannequin helpers, answers your questions.
From The Beginning [The Origins of Emerson, Lake & Palmer]
The show that never ends …
The Circle Sky Survey
and the survey says …
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