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Gentle Giant - Gentle Giant / Octopus album flac

Tracklist

1 Giant 6:22
2 Funny Ways 4:21
3 Alucard 6:00
4 Isn't It Quiet And Cold 3:51
5 Nothing At All 9:08
6 Why Not 5:31
7 The Queen 1:40
8 The Advent Of Panurge 4:42
9 Raconteur, Troubadour 4:02
10 A Cry For Everyone 4:04
11 Knots 4:10
12 The Boys In The Band 4:33
13 Dog's Life 3:11
14 Think Of Me With Kindness 3:31
15 River 5:52

Notes

Booklet 4 pages. Produced by Tony Visconti (Gentle Giant), Produced by Gentle Giant (Octopus)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: PM 0006

Octopus (Steven Wilson Mix). Octopus (Steven Wilson Mix). Авторы текста и музыки. Philip Shulman, Kerry Minnear, Derek Shulman, Shulman Raymond.

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Octopus is the fourth album by British progressive rock band Gentle Giant, released in 1972. It was the band's last album with founding member Phil Shulman and the first with new drummer John Weathers, who would remain with the band until their dissolution in 1980. Octopus remains a highly regarded example of the progressive rock genre and is generally considered to represent the start of the band's peak period.

Octopus (Steven Wilson Mix). Believe Music (от лица компании "Alucard"); ARESA, BMI - Broadcast Music In. CMRRA, BMG Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (2). Композиция. Raconteur Troubadour (Steven Wilson Mix). Believe Music (от лица компании "Alucard"); BMG Rights Management, CMRRA, ARESA, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music In.

Octopus" is the first album on which GENTLE GIANT really found their sound and style: less hard rock, extremely rhythm changing, very progressive and rather nervous, full of pauses. You also have many pleasant & unbelievably charming melodic & dissonant moods. Everything is perfectly synchronized and VERY structured. There is a perfect balance between the NUMEROUS instruments involved: electric & acoustic guitars, bass, drums, keyboards, vibraphone, cello, saxophones, trumpet, mellophone, bass violin and xylophone among others: no one wants to steal the show

Octopus (Gentle Giant album). Octopus is the fourth album by British progressive rock band Gentle Giant, released in 1972. It marked a change in drummers from Malcolm Mortimore to John Weathers. The new line-up of the band delivered the Octopus album later in 1972, generally considered to represent the start of the band's peak period.

Complétez votre collection Gentle Giant. Gentle Giant's 4th album, released December 1972. The Advent Of Panurge.

Слушайте и скачивайте gentle giant - octopus на Хотплеере в mp. Gentle Giant - The Advent Of Panurge 04:43. Gentle Giant - The Power and the Glory 02:59. Gentle Giant - Way of Life 07:52. Gentle Giant - Black Cat 03:54. Gentle Giant - Free Hand 06:15. Gentle Giant - Funny Ways 04:29. Gentle Giant - Raconteur Troubadour 04:04. Gentle Giant - The Moon Is Down 04:48. Gentle Giant - Knots 04:10. Gentle Giant - Nothing At All 09:09. Gentle Giant - Alucard 06:01.

Returning to Gentle Giant's fourth album after any kind of lengthy absence, it's astonishing just how little Octopus has dated. Octopus, however, marries the two seamlessly, with the cover speaking for itself, of course

Band Name Gentle Giant. Released date 01 December 1972. Labels Columbia Records Vertigo. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Members owning this album19. 1.

About Octopus 1 contributor. The cover of the original British release featured a painting of an octopus by renowned progressive rock album cover artist Roger Dean. Tap and hold to copy URL. About Octopus 1 contributor. In stark contrast to the free and mighty octopus adorning the British Roger Dean cover, the North American release shows an octopus in a jar, courtesy of Charles White