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Wargames - Rick Wakeman - 1984 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Album & Cover is a concept album by British keyboardist Rick Wakeman, based on the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell. Tim Rice wrote the lyrics. From Rick’s Perspective this was “The wrong album at the wrong time, with all the wrong people around at the time. To do an orchestral rock concept album at a musical time when I.
  2. Jan 14,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group · Rick Wakeman ℗ Virgin Records Ltd Released on: Composer: Rick Wakeman Composer: Tim Rice Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. Vinyl, LP, Album Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Symphonic Rock Made in Germany Overture () A1a Overture (Part One) A1b Overture (Part Two) A2 Wargames A3 Julia A4 The Hymn The Room () A5a The Room (Part One) A5b The Room (Part Two) B1 Robot Man B2 Sorry B3 No Name B4 Forgotten Memories B5 The Proles B6
  4. Rick Wakeman “” Original Vinyl Lp. Condition is Used. Dispatched with Royal Mail. Play-Tested. Superb copy of this album. Vinyl is EX+ with a lovely sheen and the iconic. “MAD HATTER” label. Sleeve is also EX+ as is the inner sleeve. An all round great copy. Please see photos as they make up the description. All vinyls are cleaned on my Project VC-S2 vacuum machine and come in.
  5. Of course getting Tim Rice to write the lyrics helps. This was going to be a rock musical but didn't get off the ground. It's a pity because the music and lyrics are both really good, a rare combination in Rick Wakeman's discography. '' is a musical interpretation of George Orwell's which Wakeman released 3 years early, good taste on Rick's part but bad timing as he was about as /5(19).
  6. Since it first came out on vinyl in , Criminal Record has long been my favorite Wakeman album. It's truly a shame that such moving pieces as Birdman of Alcatraz, Chamber of Horrors and Judas Iscariot had to wait so long to be re-released on a limited edition CD basis in the U.S/5(24).
  7. Feb 23,  · Even though the majority of the songs include vocals, Rick Wakeman 's stands as one his most well-rounded albums, combining the dexterity and mastery of the keyboards with the richness and instrumental passion of violins, trombones, and flutes.

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