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Justin Hayward - The View From The Hill (1996)

4-01-2015, 10:22
Rock



Justin Hayward - The View From The Hill (1996)

Artist: Justin Hayward
Title Of Album: The View From The Hill
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: CMC International Records
Genre: Art-Rock, Progressive Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:58:59
Total Size: 159 Mb
WebSite: discogs.com

Tracklist:

01. I Heard It (5:38)
02. Broken Dream (5:52)
03. The Promised Land (7:26)
04. It's Not Too Late (5:02)
05. Something to Believe In (4:22)
06. The Way of the World (5:08)
07. Sometimes Less Is More (4:08)
08. Troubadour (6:34)
09. Shame (4:35)
10. Billy (7:00)
11. Children of Paradise (3:15)

Line-up:
Justin Hayward: Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Elio Rivagli: Drums, Percussion
Mickey Feat: Bass, Vocals
Paul Bliss: Keyboards, Pre-Production
Phil Palmer: Guitar, Vocals
Geoffrey Richardson: Voila, Mandolin, Various Pipes
Helen Leieimann: Cello
Tessa Niles: Background Vocals
Lynda Taylor: Background Vocals
Billy Nichols: Background Vocals

Though its few best tracks may alone be worth the price of admission to serious fans, The View From the Hill mostly showcases some of Moody Blues vocalist/guitarist Hayward's worst excesses. The album opens with the engaging "I Heard It," and a catchy number whose electronic flourishes recall the Moodys' "Your Wildest Dreams." Up next is the album's clear highlight -- the ethereal, hypnotic "Broken Dream," which boasts a flamenco-spiced guitar and a prominently mixed vocal that ranks with Hayward's finest. But The View From the Hill is mostly downhill from there. Blame overproduction and clichГ©-ridden lyrics about "pockets full of dreams," "the dark of the mystic night," and "sadness in your eyes."





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