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Lucifer Rising - Main Title 2. Incubus 3. Damask 4. Unharmonics 5. Damask - Ambient 6. Who's To Blame 2. The Chase 3. City Sirens 4. Jam Sandwich 5. Carole's Theme 6. The Release 7. Hotel Rats and Photostats 8. A Shadow In The City 9. Jill's Theme Prelude Hypnotizing Ways Lucifer Rising Early Mix 2. Sonic Textures 1 - Earth 3. Sonic Textures 2 - Air 4. Sonic Textures 3 - Fire 5. Sonic Textures 4 - Water 6. And forgot to include it.
He writes the liner notes and the booklet is a very nice inclusion. In short and since there is no place to review one of the most progressive of Progressive Rock albums of all time! Led Zeppelin fans do please pay attention to this release. It's what we Zepheads could want from Page that does not have his usual crew in attendance for whatever reasons.
Those musicians who do appear on DW do a superb job and this remaster really puts the master tapes in a context that may very well have you sobbing with gratitude. The rifferola of Jam Sandwich briefly on USA '75 a Zep feature with Communication Breakdown ; that exquisite fretless bass f'r instance just hits the money. The guitar synth and the harmony guitars on Who's to Blame are now distinct but the number that really gets me anyway is The Chase.
Strings, drums, bowed guitar and all the shocks starts, stops, power and mystery It's like Zep and Floyd and Bernard in one hit. What a trip. Got it from his web site. Nah, he just hasn't produced much solo work outside of collaborations. And technically he is here as the leader of Zeppelin, but this thread should still be in General Music, certainly not Prog Albums.
Good to know the set is worth it for Page fans. I actually dig the Deathwish soundtracks. General albums? Well I'll leave the bureaucracy to others; not my strongest suit. You mean like Lucifer Rising? Now that would be subverting the norm. Good idea.