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WAKEMAN RICK - Art In Music Trilogy (3 CD)

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WAKEMAN RICK - Art In Music Trilogy (3 CD)Sensual, relaxing and a sheer musical pleasure!
Format: CD / Cat No: MFGZ007CD / Released: 30/09/2016

Track Listing: CD 1: 1. White Castles / 2. Glacier Valleys / 3. The Porcelain Doll / 4. The Snowcat / 5. Pillars of Hope / 6. A Fountain of Tears / 7. The Figurine / 8. The Dancing Pierrot / 9. A Castle of Dreams / CD 2: 1. Seeds of Thought / 2. Preface to a Dream / 3. The Mottled Blackbird / 4. The Quill / 5. Lucky Curve / 6. The Evening Fable / 7. Shelly Beach / 8. Birth of Nature / 9. A Tale of Spring / 10. Stories of Bygone Days / CD 3: 1. The Dancing Hedgerow / 2. The Clock Tower / 3. Sunbeams / 4. The Village Green / 5. Portrait of a Dream / 6. Mountain Mist / 7. Waterlillies / 8. Tommy Big Eyes / 9. The Lone Fisherman / 10. Little Lady / 11. View from a Hill / 12. A Hint of Autumn / 13. Boulters Lock / 14. Orcombe Point / 15. The Brooklet / 16. The Fireside

More information: Rick Wakeman is one of the foremost keyboard players of his generation, and therefore needs no introduction to anyone reading this. He is best known for being in the progressive rock band Yes across five tenures between 1971 and 2004 and for his solo albums released in the 1970s. Wakeman's discography includes over 90 solo albums that range from several musical styles.

This release was hailed by his fans. Albert Johnson wrote: "This is perhaps one of the best albums Rick has produced. It's sensual, relaxing and a sheer musical pleasure to the ears of any age group. If you're feeling tired, run down or stressed out then just sit back, close your eyes and relax to this musical extaravaganza and let those worries fade into the distance. A must have album for true Wakeman collectors". And Peter Zajax wrote: "What more can one say about Rick Wakeman - if you like Wakeman you will like this. Apart from the excellent playing, I am always amazed by the quality of the recordings on Wakeman CD's as they seem to have a clean crisp sound.