The Prodigal Sons - In The Eye Of A Stranger download album
Artist Album Song Title. The Prodigal Stranger Album Cover Art. Procol Harum.
The Prodigal Sons (2) - You Still Think (CD, Comp). Munich Records America. MRCD 181. Netherlands. The Prodigal Sons (2) - In The Eye Of A Stranger (Album).
The Prodigal Stranger is the tenth studio album by Procol Harum, released in 1991. The album is dedicated to the memory of Barrie James (B. Wilson, who had been the drummer on all of the group's previous albums
The Prodigal Sons are a warband of Chaos Space Marines dedicated to the service of Tzeentch, the Changer of Ways. The members of this warband are composed of a cabal of powerful Chaos Sorcerers who have chosen to follow the potent Chaos Sorcerer Ahriman in exile from the larger Thousand Sons Traitor Legion out of their desire to seek out knowledge from Tzeentch and to gain some of his power for themselves
The Prodigal Stranger. Miembros poseen este álbum1. 1. The Truth Won't Fade Away. 2. Holding On. 3. Man With a Mission. 4. (You Can't) Turn Back the Page. 6. A Dream In Ev'ry Home. 7. The Hand That Rocks the Cradle. 8. The King Of Hearts. 9. All Our Dreams Are Sold. 10. Perpetual Motion. 11. Learn To Fly. 12. The Poursuit Of Happiness.
After a 14-year break, Procol's principals reconvened for an album of new material. The disappointments presented by this album, though, are apparent with a glance at the personnel and the lyric sheet. Wilson, an important architect of the Procol sound, died before this reunion was realized. And a glance at song titles like "Holding On" and "One More Time" indicates that lyricist Keith Reid was writing in a mundane, conventional mode; one listen bears this out. No whaling stories or whiter shades of pale here. Brooker simply isn't given much to sing,.
Prodigal Stranger is a music studio album recording by PROCOL HARUM (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1991 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Released in 1991, "The prodigal stranger" is presumably a reference to the return of Robin Trower on guitar. He joins Procol Harum stalwarts Gary Brooker and Matthew Fisher for what promised to be a triumphant return to the exciting, early days of the band. Unfortunately, they all forgot to bring along any songs worthy of this classic line up. The album therefore consist entirely of what amounts to pretty good AOR.
Missing lyrics by Procol Harum?
The Stranger (album). By 1976, Joel had a reliable touring band consisting of Doug Stegmeyer on bass, Liberty DeVitto on drums and Richie Cannata on saxophone, flute, clarinet and organ, but never had a constant guitarist in the day because according to Joel, it was hard to find the right guitarist, hence the initial revolving door of guitarists, including Russell Javors, Howie Emerson and jazz guitarist. Joel had written a batch of new songs and wanted to use his touring band in the studio on future releases, just as he had done on Turnstiles.
|Don't Know Why||4:16|
|She's All Mine||2:54|
|People Making Money Out Of Sand||6:34|
|Jenny's New Morning||5:42|
|In The Hope Of Shangri-La||5:58|
|MRCD 177||The Prodigal Sons||In The Eye Of A Stranger (CD, Album)||Munich Records||MRCD 177||Netherlands||1995|
|MRCD 336||Erwin Nyhoff* & The Prodigal Sons||Erwin Nyhoff* & The Prodigal Sons - In The Eye Of A Stranger (CD, Album, RE)||Munich Records||MRCD 336||Netherlands||2012|