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Patrick Moraz Future Memories (Live on TV - Keyboards' Metamorphoses) album cover
3.05 | 15 ratings | 3 reviews | 7% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Metamorphoses (18:27)
1) 1st Movt. - 6:21
2) 2nd Movt. - 4:42
3) 3rd Movt. - 7:27
2. Eastern Sundays (8:48)
1) Part I - 4:58
2) Part II - 3:50
3. Black Silk (10:13)
1) Part I - 4:08
2) Part II - 6:05

Total Time: 37:28

Line-up / Musicians

- Patrick Moraz / keyboards, percussion

Releases information

1979 JVC PVC/PVCC-8922 / LP Carrere 67.435 (1979)

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PATRICK MORAZ Future Memories (Live on TV - Keyboards' Metamorphoses) ratings distribution

(15 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(7%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(20%)
Good, but non-essential (60%)
Collectors/fans only (13%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

PATRICK MORAZ Future Memories (Live on TV - Keyboards' Metamorphoses) reviews

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Review by greenback
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3 stars The first side is very modern keyboards oriented, almost being a slow techno music without beat, and it sounds a bit like Tangerine Dream (Tangram & Encore) and Jean Michel Jarre, but in a more bizarre and experimental manner. On the other side, the first track contains piano through Asiatic influences. Again, it is rather experimental. Moraz likes to produce from the beginning to the end futuristic sci-fi sounds. The best track is "Black silk", an OUTSTANDING piano solo very well played.: as reveals this track, Patrick Moraz is an outstanding piano composer and player.
Review by Eetu Pellonpaa
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3 stars The music on this album is improvised, so I would recommend it to those who have an appeal for that kind of stuff. When I listened this record first time I wasn't yet familiar with modern jazz of the seventies, which probably have been one of Patrick's inspiration for this project. In my opinion (too) the best track on this record is "The Black Silk", which is played only on a piano. I think it resembles much the improvised solo piano concerts of KEITH JARRETT from early 70's, which have been recorded and released by ECM records. I would recommend those records for those who liked "The Black Silk" track!

Latest members reviews

3 stars Former Yes keyboardist Patrick Moraz has an interesting solo career. This album made at the late 70's it's a very experimental piece full of space athmospheres mixed with almost ethnic percussions. At this time, the album sounds like a piece of museum but if you put it on the year when was mad ... (read more)

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