The Mind's I is the third studio album by the Swedish melodic death metal band Dark Tranquillity, released in 1997. In 2004, The Mind's I was re-released under Osmose Productions and in 2005 by Century Media Records with new layouts, the four-song Enter Suicidal Angels EP, two live videos and the music video for the song "Hedon".
Produced by Eric B. Album Don’t Sweat the Technique. What’s On Your Mind Lyrics
The Mind's Eye is the first studio album by the band Stiltskin. The album was driven by the success of the single "Inside", which reached in the UK. The follow-up single "Footsteps" reached in the UK charts. All tracks written by Peter Lawlor. Peter Lawlor - acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin, bass guitar, Wurlitzer piano, Hammond organ, drums, backing vocals. James Finnigan - bass, Hammond organ, Wurlitzer piano. Ross McFarlane - drums, percussion.
The History of Eric Clapton is a compilation double LP, released in 1972 by Polydor Records in the United Kingdom, and Atco Records in the United States. It features Eric Clapton performing in various bands between 1964 and 1970, including The Yardbirds, Cream, Blind Faith and Derek and the Dominos. The compilation is notable for helping Clapton's career when he was battling heroin addiction and making the song "Layla" famous
He makes brilliant strides through the in-depth study of a particular creature, Aplysia, a large sea snail.
Erik says, I wanted to do it differently this time: longer pieces, open and extended, spreading out the sonic elements and transitions in time. I aimed to combine everything into a continuous and balanced aural flow, together with my ethereal tones and timbres. Last year I worked exclusively on this album. I composed a lot of material; there were over 40 tracks to choose from and to really express the variety, a 2-CD release was clearly what I had in mind. Different Spaces is electronic music with an evocative and symbolic approach. Erik’s background in 70s progressive rock shines through
Album · 1999 · 14 Songs. Pretending, Bad Love and It’s In the Way That You Use It made him relevant to a generation weaned on the Police and Huey Lewis, and his career reached even higher plateaus in the ‘90s. Change the World and My Father’s Eyes, crossover songs that appealed to fans of pop, R&B and rock alike, were his biggest hits. Meanwhile, Tears In Heaven became a modern standard, and remains one of the most emotionally fragile songs to ever become a hit. Even as Clapton entered middle age he refused to rest on his laurels
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