Музыка / МультимедиаКартинки / ФотоСериалыФильмы / AVI / MKV / MP4Фильмы / HD / Full HD / Blu-Ray / 2K / 4K
Hardsyle Music For Sports Games ( Club / 2017 )
:: Детали раздачи
Раздача является мультитрекерной — учтите, количество раздающих не будет совпадать с количеством участников на сайте (скачивание на клиентской стороне зависит от настроек µTorrent клиент программы, настройки -> Включить DHT, Обмен пирами и Поиск лок-х пиров). Если висит надпись, пиры по нулям - не бойтесь, возможность скачать повторно раздачу - есть. Попробуйте, в случае отказа - прокоментируйте или нажмите на "Позвать скачавших".
Артист: Gordon Giltrap Oliver Wakeman Название: Ravens Lullabies [Limited Edition] Жанр: Progressive Rock Год выхода: 2013 Label: Esoteric Antenna, Cherry Red / EANTCD 21012 Source: Lossless О музыке:
Oliver Wakeman (26 February 1972) is a rock keyboardist and composer, best known as a former member of Yes, where he
replaced his father, Rick Wakeman.
Gordon Giltrap (born 6 April 1948, Brenchley, Kent) is an English acoustic and electric guitarist and composer, whose musical styles
cross multiple genres, including folk, blues, folk rock, pop, classical and rock.
Giltrap started to learn the guitar at the age of twelve. Never receiving any formal tuition on the instrument, he gradually developed his own style
His musical career started to take off in the 1960s, when he played the folk scene in London alongside contemporaries such as Bert Jansch, John
Renbourn and Mike Oldfield. Giltrap cites Jansch as a great influence.
At the age of eighteen Giltrap signed to Transatlantic Records and between 1968-1971 released a folk album (guitar + vocals) every year. While popular
on the folk and university circuit, Giltrap reached a turning point and received much greater recognition during the 1970s. During this time Giltrap
started to concentrate on more purely instrumental pieces, and in 1976 released the album Visionary, based on the art and poetry of William Blake.
The success of this album prompted Giltrap to move on from the singer-songwriter approach and form the Gordon Giltrap Band, which toured extensively
in the UK at that time. A follow-up album, Perilous Journey, consolidated his success, being named at one of the best albums of 1977 by The Sunday
Times. It peaked in the UK Albums Chart at #29. A single taken from the album, "Heartsong" received extensive airplay and reached #21 in the UK
Singles Chart. The track was later used as the signature tune of the BBC TV series Holiday. Giltrap's next album Fear of the Dark was released in
By the end of the 1970s he was commissioned to write a number of notable pieces, such as the classically inspired The Brotherhood, based on the art of
the Pre-Raphaelites, and The Eye of the Wind Rhapsody, an orchestral work celebrating the exploration of the New World by British sailing ships. In
the 1990s, Gordon played a key role in Cliff Richard's Heathcliff musical, playing the musical narrator. He also composed a number of pieces for
In late 2009, Giltrap started "Three Parts Guitar", a four date world tour with classical guitarist Raymond Burley, and jazz guitarist John
For two years Giltrap wrote a regular acoustic column for Total Guitar magazine. An anthology of 26 articles is published in Total Giltrap, a book
with an accompanying CD upon which Gordon plays the studies and pieces.
Нажмите чтобы закрыть спойлер: nFo
01. Moneyfacturing - 4:10
02. Fiona's Smile - 3:01
03. From The Turn Of A Card - 3:47
04. Ljw - 4:08
05. Maybe Tomorrow - 3:26
06. Wherever There Was Beauty - 2:40
07. Is This The Last Song I Write? - 10:02
08. A Mayfair Kiss - 2:55
09. Anyone Can Fly - 4:48
10. A Perfect Day - 2:41
11. Credit Carnival - 5:38
12. One For Billie - 2:11
13. Ravens Will Fly Away - 4:50
01. Nature's Way - 5:42
02. Isabella's Wedding - 4:19
03. Progress of the Soul - 4:44
04. On Camber Sands - 3:59
05. Lutey and the Mermaid - 2:55
06. Praeludium (from the Well Tempered Clavier) - 4:51
07. The Forgotten King - 3:03
08. Roots - 4:30