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Patrick Moraz - The Collection From 1971-1976 - Mainhorse / Refugee / Story Of I Album

Patrick Moraz - The Collection From 1971-1976 - Mainhorse / Refugee / Story Of I Album

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Performer: Patrick Moraz
Title: The Collection From 1971-1976 - Mainhorse / Refugee / Story Of I
Country: Australia
Released: 2004
Style: Art Rock, Prog Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.3
Catalog #: FCCD 05077671 / 74
Label: 2000 FruitGum Corp.


2Ritt Mickley
3Cachaça (Baião)
5Dancing Now
6Warmer Hands
7Symphony In The Space
9Such A Beautiful Day
11Best Years Of Our Lives
12More Tea Vicar
13Impressions (The Dream)
16 Disc 1 Mainhorse / Story Of I Vol. 1
19Like A Child In Disguise
20Pale Sky
21 Disc 2 Refugee / Story Of I Vol. 2
22The Storm
23Rise And Fall
24Incantation (Procession)
26Grand Canyon
27Passing Years


Booklet - 16 page


  • Barcode: 9396305077671
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): FCCD 05077671
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): FCCD 05077674


The Story Of I - Patrick Moraz. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Story of I is the first solo album by former Yes keyboard player Patrick Moraz, released in June 1976. After the success of Relayer, Yes next made a decision that each member would make a solo album. The Story of I is the first solo album by Patrick Moraz. By the time the album was released, Moraz was still touring with Yes but he was let go by the band in late 1976 after Rick Wakeman was booked on a session musician basis during the Going for the One recording sessions in Switzerland. Listen free to Patrick Moraz The Story Of I Impact, Warmer Hands and more. 14 tracks 46:16. After the success of Relayer, the band made a decision that next, each member would make a solo album. The Story of I is the first solo album by Patrick Moraz, and by the time it was released he was no longer a member of Yes, but it is considered one of his strongest albums. The title The Story of I did not appear on the original release. Former Yes and Moody Blues keyboardist Patrick Moraz mixes numerous Latin and rock rhythms together via his lively synth work, resulting in a full-flavored, energetic album. Not typical sounding to say the least, there are hints of funk and marimba, Caribbean and South American styles, and even flamenco, all guided by Moraz's whirlwind keyboard playing. Patrick Moraz-Rise and Fall, sound recording administered by: The Orchard Music EMI No Copyright Infringement Intended GO OUT AND BUY THE ALBUM or CD . Вниманию дорогого друга Славы glorych Двумя годами ранее Морац блестяще справился с незавидной задачей замещения в Yes Рика Уэйкмана на Relayer. В последствии Морац всплыл в составе The Moody Blues в их туре Octave и на альбоме Long Distance Voyageг. Но в . The Story Of I is a music studio album recording by PATRICK MORAZ Crossover ProgProgressive Rock released in 1976 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection41. Good, but non-essential 25. Collectorsfans only 11. Released while he was a member of YES, this 1976 solo album from Patrick Moraz is, today, a relatively unknown gem. The Story Of I by Patrick Moraz. Go Unlimited. Try now. Verified Purchase. From my first listen, back in 1976, this album became one of my top ten favorites. Moraz simply- HA, simply. I love Patrick Moraz, this is heavy going if you aren't prepaired though, I was howeve, as I have it on the black stuff, but because of the highly complex stuff going on, sometimes as many as ten or more stereo keyboards on the go at one time, the vinyl copy really struggles holding a stylus down. I recommend this if You have life insurance You are not easily shocked You are into experimental music You get on with your neighbours You can notify next of kin before playing. Moraz released his first album as a solo artist, The Story of I 1976. Since working with the Brazilian ballet, he became interested in percussion and travelled to Colombia, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina for inspiration, and arrived in Brazil where he gathered a very, very strong unit of 16 percussionists to play on his album. Moraz invited synthesizer inventor Bob Moog to contribute sounds on the album, which Moog accepted and worked with Moraz for several. Patrick Moraz - An interview with the keyboardist, formally of Yes and The Moody Blues. Retrieved 23 May 2016. a b c Watts Jr. James D. 10 March 1995