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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1
1. Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands (12:00)
2. Family Tree (4:25)
3. Paradox (4:56)
4. It's All over Now, Baby Blue (4:34)
5. Voyager (4:42)
6. Solid Ground (5:25)
7. Intersection Blues (2:27)
8. The Little Galliard (1:20)
9. One Too Many Mornings (3:32)
10. Winter (Vivaldi) (2:15)
11. Southern Accent (4:11)
12. Lay Lady Lay (3:43)
CD 2
13. Just Like a Woman (4:36)
14. Walk, Don't Run (3:02)
15. Distant Seas (6:12)
16. San Marco's Journey (6:09)
17. Light Walls (3:43)
18. I Don't Believe You (4:17)
19. In the Course of the Day (3:32)
20. Golden Years (4:34)
21. Curls and Swirls (2:32)
22. Well, Well, Well (4:05)
23. Lost for Words (3:34)
24. Going, Going, Gone (3:52)

Total Time:
This CD is a compilation pf the solo releases "Portraits of Bob Dylan", "Natural Timbre", "Quantum Guitar" and two tracks from the older releases of "Voyagers" and "Seraphim".

Line-up / Musicians

- Steve Howe / guitars, banjo, bass, dobro, mandolin, percussion, autoharp, mandola, mandocello, Hawaiian Lap Steel guitar, pedal Steel, keyboards, vocals
- Jon Anderson / vocals
- Annie Haslam / vocals
- Phoebe Snow / vocals
- Allan Clarke / vocals
- P.P. Arnold / vocals
- Max Bacon / vocals
- Keith West / vocals
- Dean Dyson / vocals
- Dave Richards / drum programming
- Anna Palm / violin
- Dylan Howe / drums
- Andrew Jackman / piano, Glockenspiel

Releases information

Snapper Music CD: SMD CD 480 / CD Recall 14480 (2003)

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STEVE HOWE Light Walls ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(8%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(58%)
Good, but non-essential (25%)
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Poor. Only for completionists (8%)

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Review by lor68
4 stars OK, by erasing an half star at least if you're not too much into his acoustic repertoire, which can become tiring at the end, nevertheless this collection offers a great excursion into his recent works, such as for instance "Seraphim", "Voyagers" and "Quantum Guitar", representing the peek of his long career as a musician and composer too!!You can listen to Max Bacon-ex vocalist by GTR- once again, or to Annie Haslam from Renaissance (in the track "It's All over Now, Baby Blue") , another old friend, without thinking of the collaboration with Geoffrey Downes from Asia (in "Just like a woman"). Well -talking about his music-you might think that he has never become old, despite of his several vicissitudes, also as a member of Yes, Asia, GTR and so on, which could have brought him into the wrong his perfect role is that one of a classic acoustic guitarist, with such a great taste and a good sense of melody as well!! That's enough for me...recommended,not for his fans only!!

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