King Friday (Ex: Yes, Druckfarben, Crack The Sky) / Let the Song Begin
Жанр: Progressive Rock Страна: Multinational Год издания: 2012 Аудиокодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 192 kbps Продолжительность: 00:43:19 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет Треклист: 01. Let the Song Begin 02. Down to You 03. Anything Goes 04. Take a Walk 05. Still The World 06. Fly Away 07. Waves of Mercy 08. Mesmerization Eclipse 09. Do Ride
Bonus Track :
10. Black & Blue
This is a project of Crack the Sky’s Joe Macre, with help from Crack's Joey D'Amico, singer Phil Naro of D Drive and a certain Oliver Wakeman. A 12-string intro a la Harper family precedes a soaring mix of Anthony Phillips/Yes, drenched with the aforementioned guitar, a deep, round bass, Wakeman’s keyboard solo, and Anderson/Luttrell vocal melodies (Let the song begin). Next up is a nagging mix of Supertramp/McCartney (Down to YouYou also get a bit of Zep (the verse of Anything Goes and all Mesmerization Eclipse), as well as some funk (Take a walk), Beatles (Fly Away and Black & Blue), and Squire/Sherwood (Do Ride). It’s a full-on production with the kitchen sink thrown in that rarely gives time to breathe, and is an exhausting but worthwhile listen.
King Friday is a Progressive Rock band featuring Phil Naro Lead Vocals (Druckfarben), Joe Macre basses, Joey D'Amico drums, and Vince DePaul from the progressive rock band Crack The Sky, guitarist Corey Marbut and Oliver Wakeman the current keyboardist for Yes & Strawbs and Andy Timmons ( Danger Danger)
Phil Naro - Lead and Backing Vocals (Druckfarben) Joe Macre - Bass guitars, Acoustic and Electric guitars and Backing Vocals Vinnie De Paul - Piano, Hammond B3, Synthesizers, Mellotron, Accordion and Backing Vocals (Crack The Sky) Joey D'Amico - Drums and Backing Vocals (Crack The Sky) Corey Marbut - Electric Guitars Andy Timmons ( Danger Danger) Oliver Wakeman (Yes) Carl Roa, B. E. Taylor, Jim Griffiths, Rick Witkowski, Bobby Hird, Zach Davis, Ashton Hart, Carey Ziegler, Anthony Rankin, David Kowalski, Don Schloss, Dino Giovannone and Robert "Chic" DiCiccio.