Nic Potter is probably best known for his work with the
British rock band Van Der Graaf Generator. Initially however
Nic played in a band called The Misunderstood along with
Guy Evans who would also join Van Der Graaf Generator.
Nic joined Van Der Graaf Generator in 1969 and recorded
the album The Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each Other
and recorded part of the next album H To He, Who Am
The Only One before leaving. He was however to return
to the band later in the seventies and played on two more
albums from the band, the studio album The Quiet Zone/
The Pleasure Dome and the live album Vital before the
In between times and of course beyond his final stint with
Van Der Graaf Generator Nic Potter has had an extensive
solo career recording a number of solo albums and for a
short period in the early to mid eighties was a member of
Peter Hammill's band The K Group.
Dreamworld was originally released in 1997 and features
musical contributions from Snowy White on guitar and
former Steve Hackett keyboard player Nick Magnus
Tracks include; Icarus, Summer, Ascension, Realization
and Seventh Wave Morning. Dreamworld forms part of a
campaign of Nic Potter reissues following the release of
the limited edition of the Nic Potter boxed set All Contained.