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NRG: NO REASONS GIVEN - VOLUME 1

Kevin Gilbert

Crossover Prog


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Studio Album, released in 1987

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Morning Light (3:42)
2. Watching Me (4:13)
3. Goodman Badman (4:32)
4. Wings Of Time (4:14)
5. Mere Image (6:35)
6. Welcome To Surburbia (5:44)
7. Staring Into Nothing (5:59)
8. Frame By Frame (4:23)
9. When Strangers Part (4:03)

Total time 43:25

Line-up / Musicians

- Kevin Gilbert / lead & backing vocals, piano, synths (Prophet 5, Gleeman pentaphonic), Roland vocoder, Hammond, 6- & 12-string guitars, recorders, SCI drum machine, co-arranger & co-producer
- Jason Hubbard / electric (Fender Stratocaster & Ibanez Artist EQ) guitars, 6- & 12-string & classical acoustic guitars, Roland Juno 60 synth, backing vocals, co-arranger & co-producer
- Mickey Sorey / drums, Simmons SDS-5 electric drums, tympani, percussion

With:
- Bob Carroll / lead (8,9) & backing (2,8,9) vocals
- Kelly Mangini / backing vocals (2,8)
- Kenny Mangini / backing vocals (2,8)
- Kevin Coyle / saxes (6)
- Greg Gilbert / bassoon (9)
- Ray Otsuka / violin (9)
- Jacque Harper / bass (5)

Releases information

Artwork: Elizabeth Gilbert

LP Not On Label (N.R.G. Self-Released) ‎(1984, US)

CD The Estate Of Kevin Gilbert ‎- KMG 100 (2012, US) Remastered by John Cuniberti

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3 stars This is the first official release from this great singer/songwriter who sadly died in 1996. His music is to localise somewhere between Rock, Pop and Prog.

Many songs here are influenced by Synthie-Pop. But 'Wings of time' for example is really Prog with heavier guitar work. 'Staring into nothing' also is a great song - but in a better version appearing on 'The shaming of the true'.

And what a surprise: the bonus tracks are also in a good condition: 'If ever rain will fall' reminds me on Genesis. 'Masques' is my favourite.

This release is very interesting to hear because far away from mainstream. But nevertheless: 'Thud' and 'The shaming of the true' are on a higher level. All songs are free to download on the homepage ...

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