Lovers - Gavin OLoghlen - The Poet And The Priest (CD, Album)


Download Lovers  - Gavin OLoghlen - The Poet And The Priest  (CD, Album)
2007
Label: Locrian Records - BFSCD0703 • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk, Folk Rock, Prog Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Lovers - Gavin OLoghlen - The Poet And The Priest (CD, Album) ”

  1. Mikar says:
    The Poet and the Priest is a music studio album recording by GAVIN O'LOGHLEN & COTTERS BEQUEST (Prog Folk/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette.4/5.
  2. Muk says:
    The Poet and the Priest ~ Gavin O'Loghlen The long awaited solo album from the composer of Australian Progressive Celtic ensemble "Cotters Bequest". The album sits very comfortably in the genre of Symphonic Progressive music and features swirling Mellotrons, Minimoogs, Hammond organs and Prophet synthesizers in a soundscape of moody introverted lyrics, soaring solos and haunting .
  3. Mezitilar says:
    These releases display two very distinct sides to Gavin O'Loghlen. Even allowing for the seventeen year gap that separates the recordings the range and diversity is impressive. Whilst The Poet And The Priest is undoubtedly a product of its time the marriage of OMD and Ultravox with early Marillion, Twelfth Night and Pendragon works on every level. Musically it abounds with strong hooks whilst the soul searching lyrics .
  4. Faezshura says:
    On the CD The Poet And The Priest the concept story is about two young friends and the development of their friendship and life. The music sounds like melodic symphonic prog featuring lush vintage keyboards, sensitive electric guitar work and pleasant vocals that reminds me of fellow Australian Les Dougan (from legendary Australian neo- progrock band Aragon) and Fish because of the tonation.
  5. Zulkizshura says:
    The Poet and the Priest Gavin O'Loghlen Gavin O'Loghlen: Piano, Rhodes, Prophet 5, ARP Axxe, Little Brother and Odyssey synths, Minimoog, Mellotron, Roland VP Vocoder, Roland strings, Hammond organ, Crumar organ, acoustic and electric guitars, fretless bass, bass pedals, drums, & drum machines, percussion, flute, vocals.
  6. Kilkis says:
    Chronologically speaking, this GAVIN O'LOGHLEN "solo" album predates his first COTTERS request recordings by a decade, even if it sat in the vaults until So this is a s album that has little musically to do with the bombastic Celtic Rock in which COTTERS BEQUEST traded.
  7. Arashilrajas says:
    Jul 01,  · The shorter pieces The Pit, The Poet And The Priest all make good use of rich synth orchestrations. As ‘the poet’ reflects upon life’s disappointments the aptly titled The Key provides the albums turning point. Starting in melancholic mood with church organ, the song gains in confidence with synth providing a rousing military march.
  8. Shahn says:
    Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotters Bequest biography Cotters Bequest is an Australian six piece progressive Celtic band formed in playing 28 instruments and characterised by Highland, Uilleann, Northumbrian and Scottish smallpipes, Irish whistles, violin, cello and accordion wrapped in layers of acoustic and electric guitars, vintage keyboards, samplers and rich vocal harmonies.
  9. Nell says:
    GAVIN O'LOGHLEN Gavin O'Loghlen is an actor, author, composer, musician, director and recording artist having written and composed for over thirty music theatre productions and plays for stage and film. He plays a wide variety of instruments and has worked as a session musician on many recordings.

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