Album released in Spain in 1973, as a sequel to the original English in 1969 -, which includes up to 9 of the most famous works by English musician, composer and editor Albert William Ketèlbey (Birmingham, 1875-1959). Although he composed a lot of works for symphony orchestras and chamber groups Ketèlbey is and always will remember especially for small musical pieces such as those included in this LP, which were very popular for their great descriptive strength and the beautiful melodies they contain. Eric Rogers conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, with more than 80 musicians and a 30 male voices choir, recorded at Kingsway Hall in London this repertoire without making the slightest alteration in original scores of Ketèlbey, shown here in all its purity and expressiveness.
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This LP “7 Años” by León Gieco, is a review of seven-year career. Any doubt? The interesting thing is that it is not a compilation of different LPs as one might think and was for that reason that I bought this album.
Responding to the big demand, the joint-venture between Colossus (The Finnish Progressive Music Association) and Musea proudly presents its concept-album: "The 7 Samurai - The Ultimate Epic". Here's a Progressive rock concept-album inspired by the famous film by Akira Kurosawa (1954). The story has been divided in three chapters, and Consorzio Acqua Potabile (Italy), Tempano (Venezuela) and Taprobran (Italy) have been chosen to interpret one track. The total length of each suite is around 25 minutes. The sound remains faithful to the spirit of the Seventies Progressive rock music: original keyboards (Hammond organ, Moog, Mellotron, Fender Rhodes, Grand Piano etc.) are favoured, and the bands avoid loops, drum machines or other Eighties and Nineties digital sounds.