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Richard Wright


Crossover Prog

3.90 | 216 ratings

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4 stars Richard Gone now, but what a legacy he left behind, I don't Normally do reviews my typing skills suck and my punctuation not what it should be, but on this sad day seems fitting to give a few Words about this most Wonderful Record , its not Cd its a RECORD an album big and shiny and black with Lovely Yellow Harvest Label in the middle, Never did like the cover much not one of Hipgnosis better efforts but oh the Music, the Music is sublime. It was 1978 Harlequin Records was tinny little shop down a drafty Lane but they always a good stock in, Barry the Hat use to throw open the doors and Blast all the latest Prog down the drafty Lane you could here it in the wind, One day there was this voice drifting down that Lane at first i didnt recognize that voice but as i got closer , Hey That Richard Wright that is , Sweet Must be his new album , Got the Shop and shore enough Barry giving his Neighbors a taste of Our Richard , i fell in Love with this record right then right there and ive loved ever since since , i guess you could say it is Rather understated Record , but i think that what i love about it, Richard Soft Vocals are just beautiful and his Playing is just His No One else sounded quite like Our Richard .

There are good supporting players on this Record to, Snowy White guitar is Rather good and in all right places and not to over bearing , Mell Collins On Sax and Flute again top Musician on the Top of his Game , Not Only did Fall in love with this Lovly Record but i also fell in Love to It , she was Lovly Girl all Red Curly Hair and Hippy cloths , We use Lie on the floor together and Put this On , then One day she was Gone, but not this Record it stayed and has always been there. So this Record has always been Special to me, Because its a Special Record . Always Been my Favorite solo Floyd Album along with Gimour first Solo album to, i don't think Floyd(After Roger Split) ever made a Record themselves as good Those two albums Holiday and Against the Odds Such Wonderful Vocals , So i have Cherished this record now for 28 years.Rather sad Now Sitting here listening to It. RIP Richard and THANK YOU

Hawkwise | 4/5 |


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