Nektar Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Nektar Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Terminus Oh My
2 I Can't Help You
3 The Drinking Man's Wine
4 The Prodigal Son
5 For the Love of Money
6 2000 Light Years From Home Featuring Simon House (Hawkwind)
7 Juggernaut
8 Can't Find My Way Home
9 Riders On The Storm Featuring Billy Sheehan (Mr. Big) & Rod Argent (The Zombies / Argent)
10 Diamond Eyes
11 Remember The Future
12 2000 Light Years from Home
13 Blinded By The Light Featuring Joakim Svalberg (Opeth) & Ginger Baker (Cream)
14 Riders On the Storm
15 Out Of The Blue Featuring Simon House (Hawkwind)
16 Now
17 Blinded By the Light
18 Old Man Featuring David Cross (King Crimson)
19 Out of the Blue
20 Dream Weaver Featuring Jerry Goodman (Mahavishnu Orchestra)
21 Old Man
22 I'm Not In Love Featuring Rick Wakeman (Yes)
23 Shangri-La
24 Dream Weaver
25 Africa Featuring Bobby Kimball (Toto) & Patrick Moraz (The Moody Blues)
26 Salt And Vinegar And Rhythm And Blues
27 I'm Not in Love
28 Better Way
29 Africa
30 Set Me Free, Amigo
31 Be Tonight
32 Sirius Featuring Michael Pinnella (Symphony X)
33 Destiny
34 Day 9
35 The Spirit Of Radio Featuring Mark Kelly (Marillion)
36 If Only I Could
37 Sirius
38 Fly Like An Eagle Featuring Geoff Downes (Asia / Yes) & Joel Vandroogenbroeck (Brainticket)
39 Time Machine
40 Spirit of the Radio
41 Wish You Were Here Featuring Edgar Froese (Tangerine Dream)
42 Tranquility
43 Fly Like an Eagle
44 For The Love Of Money Featuring Ian Paice (Deep Purple) & Nik Turner (Hawkwind)
45 Mocking the Moon
46 Wish You Were Here
47 Can't Find My Way Home Featuring Steve Howe (Yes) & Derek Sherinian (Dream Theater/Black Country Communion) & Mel Collins (King Crimson)
48 Talk to Me

Nektar Bio

Nektar is a 1970s English progressive rock band originally based in Germany.

The band formed in Hamburg, Germany in 1969, members included Englishmen Roye Albrighton on guitars and vocals, Allan "Taff" Freeman on keyboards, Derek "Mo" Moore on bass, Ron Howden on drums, and Mick Brockett on lights, special effects and other miscellanea. Songwriting was always considered a group effort.

The band's early albums such as Journey to the Centre of the Eye, ...Sounds Like This and A Tab in the Ocean were obscure psychedelic rock albums that won the band a small but growing cult following, based largely on word of mouth. The last of those albums was the first Nektar album to be released in the U.S., on the small Passport Records label.