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Richard Wright


Crossover Prog

3.90 | 216 ratings

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5 stars 4.5: The first solo album by Richard Wright, the legendary Keyboardist of Pink Floyd. I always thought that he was one of the most underrated members of any legend prog band, however in all of his album his sounds was always crucial. Talking about this album, is one of the best records I have heard of any of the member of PF. All of the lyrics are written by him, except for one that is along with his first wife. Musically, is the best of all solo members albums of PF in terms of quality and composition, it was very good made, it is so varied and complex and includes different kind of sound, most of them proggy and jazzy, and most of the song are instrumentals. The guitar also made a great job and helps to make it better too. The lyrics are not so deep, but they are good in general. Vocally, although i liked him a lot in his previous participations in PF, and liked the way he sings, I dont considered it to have an outstanding voice, but almost all the album is instrumental so it is not a problem. Drop In from Top is the most PF seemingly song that you are going to find in this one, but there are a lot excellent moments. Finally, A excellent addition to any prog collection and the best, most elaborated and prog effort of any of the solo record of any PF member in terms of music.
mariorockprog | 5/5 |


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