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2.70 | 15 ratings | 2 reviews | 7% 5 stars

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Live, released in 1984

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Heroic Fantasy (6:54)
2. Video Games (How Basic Can You Get?) (4:07)
3. Satellite (6:39)
4. Navigators (7:18)
5. Flippers (4:17)
6. Pilot's Games (6:54)
7. Chess (6:19)
8. After The Year After... (2:30)

Total Time: 44:58

Bonus tracks on 2006 remaster:
9. A Moment In New York (3:48)
10. How Basic Can You Get (3:07)

Line-up / Musicians

- Patrick Moraz / electronic keyboards and percussions, arrangements

Releases information

Recorded "Live" for TV at Aquarius Studios, Geneva, April 13th to April 16th 1982

LP Carrere ‎- 66216 (1984, France)

CD TimeWave Music - IDVP009CD (2006, UK) Remastered with 2 bonus tracks

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PATRICK MORAZ Future Memories II ratings distribution

(15 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(7%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (60%)
Collectors/fans only (27%)
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PATRICK MORAZ Future Memories II reviews

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Review by greenback
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3 stars This album is very original because of the the new keyboards technology approach. It concerns atmospheric polyphonic memories and brief, fast & discrete keyboards notes. Some of the Moraz's keyboards sound very similar to the synclavier; there are not many Latin elements, but there are many dark ambient parts. The often atmospheric sounds and styles remind Tomita, Yanni, Tangerine Dream and Eddie Jobson. Moraz worked hard on the way keyboards sound, giving a wide range of "how can sound discrete & atmospheric keyboards". The album is full of interesting futuristic sounds, but the style is maybe a little too "clinical" for many listeners: it sometimes reminds video games sounds of the 80's. Nevertheless, this album is among his best ones by far!

Rating: 3.5 stars

Latest members reviews

2 stars I've been following Mr.Moraz's music for many years and I have always thought of him as a very brilliant keyboardist. Superb work with MAINHORSE, REFUGEE & MOODY BLUES, but his solo works are not all of them my cup of tea. When you're playing all the instruments on an album it tends to be a bit ... (read more)

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