Getting To Know You Better - Trevor Rabin - Beginnings (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. Changes [Import] (Boxed Set, United Kingdom – Import) Artist: Trevor Rabin Format: CD Release Date: 7/3/ LABEL: Gonzo Import NUMBER OF DISCS: 10 UPC: GENRE: Rock RELEASE DATE: 7/3/ PRODUCT ID: GIMP LAST RETURN DATE: 7/3/ DESCRIPTION Limited 10CD box set includes signed and numbered certificate, 24 page A4 photo .
  3. Trevor Rabin discography and songs: Music profile for Trevor Rabin, born 13 January Genres: Film Score, AOR, Hard Rock. Albums include Muddy Water Blues: A Tribute to Muddy Waters, Armageddon: The Album, and Return to the Centre of the Earth.
  4. May 03,  · Film composer and former Yes guitarist Trevor Rabin is mixing his first solo album since , a collection of instrumentals that Voiceprint Records will release in September.
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  6. Beginnings was Trevor's first solo album recorded in for Chrysalis and is generally regarded by fans as his best solo work. On it he played all the instruments except drums. Trevor had previously fronted the band Rabbitt who had a number of hit singles and albums and were hugely popular in their native South Africa.4/5(5).
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  8. Jon Anderson is not one to sit idly waiting for others to act. Not when he’s got at least a thousand plates spinning simultaneously. OK, that was a not-so-clever attempt to weave in the reason why we’re meeting in a midtown Manhattan hotel to talk about his studio album, Hands. To call it a solo album would be a disservice to the scores of guest musicians who perform on it.

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