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Revelation (Orchestral Version) - Gordon Giltrap - Fear Of The Dark (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Revelation (Orchestral Version) - Gordon Giltrap - Fear Of The Dark (CD, Album)

  1. Visionary was Gordon Giltrap's first album to explore the progressive rock orchestra sound which appears on his late 70's releases. It is full of lush guitar, mostly acoustic, layered with synth, bass, and strings to form complex rhythms and sound. This marked /5(22).
  2. The album "Perilous Journey" has been on varying CD reissues before - most of which have been OK and deleted as quickly as they were released - garnishing a hefty price tag ever since. Well at last - along comes Cherry Red's subsidiary label ESOTERIC with a fabulous new remaster, decent presentation, reasonable price tag and 4 bonus tracks /5(23).
  3. Sell This Version: Instruments & Performance Gordon Giltrap - Fear Of The Dark (CD, Album) London Records: Netherlands: Sell This Version: Rachel Portman: Rachel Portman - Emma - Music From The Miramax Motion Picture (Album) 4 versions: Miramax Records.
  4. The album is inspired by all the music Gordon has loved during his 40 year career. It is a truly heart-warming LP. To celebrate its release, Psychotron Records hosted a Gordon Giltrap / Paul Ward concert at The Guildhall, Lichfield. Previously released on CD (Angel Air) in January , the album has received great reviews already.
  5. Such was the case with Giltrap who released his next album, Fear of the Dark, was released in Iron Maiden, whose future drummer Nicko McBrain played on the album by Giltrap, used the same title for a later album, and the font in their logo is quite similar to the "Gordon Giltrap" logo on the Fear of the Dark album.
  6. Gordon Giltrap's "Fear Of The Dark" is exactly what you'd expect from a self-taught guitar virtuoso with medieval/folkie inclinations who falls in with people who do music for TV, in I've loved this record since I first heard it 19 years ago, and I'm delighted to have a /5(17).
  7. Bonus tracks - Smiler (), Fear Of The Dark (Single Version) (), Catwalk Blues (), Jerusalem (), Revelation (), Theme From The Waltons (), Birds Of A Feather () The 's threw up more than its fair share of guitar legends with a late, leftfield contender being Gordon Giltrap. I say leftfield because although he is a.
  8. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gordon Giltrap - Fear Of The Dark at Discogs. Complete your Gordon Giltrap collection/5(75).

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