OK, the title of this album is rather plain and cover most 'cheap', but damn that its content is good! Castle Canyon is a American group, totally unknown, but has yet cracked shortly in the early 70s. A long tunnel over 30 years and a resurrection later….. Gods Of 1973 Thus, a progressive instrumental 'seventies' of very high bill, dominated by the full panoply of keyboards 'vintage' supported by an impeccable rhythm section and guitar more discreet but no less perfect. To clarify further, there may well sure to add that Castle Canyon sometimes evokes ELP, Trace and other Quill, but his personality is such that the Gods of 1973 made very quickly forget sake of rapprochement on the part of the listener. A treat!
Itaipu (1989) is something of a cantata-cum-symphony-cum-oratorio with no clear text. Its topic is the world's largest hydroelectric dam, built on the Rarana River between Paraguay and Brazil, and the piece–in Glass's trademark punctuating minimalism–is filled with distinct South American instrumentation, particularly in the percussion. The music itself is noble, conjuring the human endeavor to build the five-mile-wide dam near the town of Itaipu. The Canyon (1988) is about no canyon in particular but tonally suggests the mystery of canyons in general. Both these compositions are among Glass's better works.
The third in our reissue series, a re-release from 1968 and de Shannon's favorite album of her 1960s output. Includes the hits "The Weight" and "Come Stay with Me" (the latter originally written by Jackie for Marianne Faithful) and her outstanding originals "L.A." and "Laurel Canyon", plus a great cover on "Sunshine of Your Love". Barry White is among the players on the set.
By foot, shuttle, and horseback, this program gives you access to the scenic and geological wonders of Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks. In Zion, embark on a breathtaking ascent of Angel s Landing. In Bryce Canyon, climb sheer cliff walls, tube down the Virgin River, and gaze upon thousands of beautiful and bizarre rock spires known as hoodoos.
The Genesis is a 2002 album released by Yngwie J. Malmsteen. It consists of very early recordings (around the time when Yngwie J. Malmsteen was 17 years old), and many of these tracks were reworked for compositions on albums throughout Yngwie's career.