|2||Keep On! Rattle That Lock , Live 27 March 2016 At The Forum,CA,USA|
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Concert recording ,bootleg.
David Gilmour Live at The Forum in Inglewood,California,USA,27.March 2016.
Limited edition 500 copies worldwide.
Rattle That Lock - David Gilmour. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. David Gilmour's Rattle That Lock album released on September 18, 2015. The audiobook of Polly Samson's A Theatre For Dreamers is now released - produced by me and featuring some music I put together for it, including the premiere of a new song Yes, I Have That Lock is the fourth solo studio album by Pink Floyd singer and guitarist David Gilmour. It was originally released on 18 September 2015 via Columbia Records. Gilmour completed short tours of Europe in September and October 2015 and South America in December 2015 to support the album, with a similar tour of the United States and Canada following in March and April 2016. The artwork for the album was created by Dave Stansbie from The Creative Corporation under the direction of Aubrey Powell. Текст песни: Whatever it takes to break Gotta do it From the burning lake or the eastern gate You'll get through Gilmour - Rattle That Lock 2015. To favorites 106 Download album. Listen album. Rock Progressive Rock. David Gilmour. Songs in album David Gilmour - Rattle That Lock 2015. David Gilmour - 5 A. И не пытайтесь разубеждать Это лучшее, что создал прославленный гитарист за рамками Pink Floyd. Rattle That Lock вобрал в себя легкость и непосредственность первой работы Дэвида, роковость и разнообразие About Face , меланхоличную атмосферу и созерцательность On An Island. На новом альбоме есть это всё в разных сочетаниях и пропорциях. И не только это. David Gilmours first solo studio album since 2006 arrives less than a year after his final Pink Floyd record, The Endless River, a requiem for late keyboard player Rick Wright. You still hear the missing here. By classic-Floyd standards, Rattle That Lock is conceptually modest: a life in a day. With lyrics by his wife Polly Samson, Gilmour reflects on time passing and the urgency to live whats left to the fullest, opening with his creeping-dawn guitar overture 5 A. and the morning-train glide of the title track. David Gilmours latest solo album, Rattle That Lock, feature some beautiful guitar work and quite a lot of new sounds. The studio setup is a departure from the familiar Pete Cornish boards and a return to experimenting with both old and new stompboxes, as well as a range of different amps and guitars. Rattle That Lock was mainly recorded in Davids new recording studio, Medina, located in Hove, Brighton. Parts were also recorded at his farm in Sussex and the houseboat, Astoria. He might have used other guitars as well. Watch the video for Rattle That Lock from David Gilmour's Rattle That Lock Deluxe for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Rattle That Lock. Play track. Love this track. Set as current obsession. Rattle That Lock is more rock-oriented than that record. There are three instrumental cuts, which float somewhere between the ethereal and the concrete, but it's the songs featuring Gilmour's voice that invite, for better or worse, the Pink Floyd comparisons. The title track recalls the band's '80s and '90s work, when they were trying to carve out a new identity following Waters' departure the biting guitar that caps Dancing Right in Front of Me is vintage Gilmour and Today chugs along with Animals -era punch. Still, there's nothing. Rattle That Lock is only his fourth solo studio album though it follows his late band's final album, The Endless River, by only ten months. Gilmour recorded some 35 songs for this set, some dating back 18 years. Trimming them to ten couldn't have been easy. Titled for John Milton's second book in Paradise Lost, Rattle That Lock is structured as an informal song cycle to reflect the sometimes random, sometimes weightier thought processes of a typical person in a single day