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David Cross - Crossing the Tracks (2018)

Progressive Rock | Author: SELMER | 22-06-2018, 06:44
David Cross - Crossing the Tracks (2018)
Artist: David Cross
Title Of Album: Crossing the Tracks
Year Of Release: 2018
Label: Cleopatra / Purple Pyramid Records
Country: UK
Genre: Progressive Rock
Quality: FLAC (*tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 53:30 min
Full Size: 342 MB


01. White Bird [4:41]
02. Kalahari Fantasy [5:28]
03. For What It's Worth [3:04]
04. Prince of Darkness [4:09]
05. Love Me [5:47]
06. Into the Oblique [4:33]
07. The Light Inside Me [4:00]
08. Shifting Sands [3:56]
09. Hero of Kingdom [4:00]
10. Hallelujah [5:17]
11. The Key [4:20]
12. Shadows Do Know [4:17]

The violinist for King Crimson from 1972 to 1974, David Cross later launched a solo career with the David Cross Band, which featured an interesting sound comprised of violin, bass, keyboards, drums, and saxophones.

David Cross was born in Turnchapel, England, near Plymouth. After leaving King Crimson, Cross formed the improvisational rock group Ascend, and spent the better part of the 1970s and 1980s composing for and working with theater groups in a variety of capacities. His first solo release was Memos from Purgatory (1989), which was later staged by Cross. With the David Cross Band, Cross moved between improvisational pieces and more composed ones. While the music bears some similarity to 1970s King Crimson, it is slower-paced with musical phrases and ideas that appear out of nowhere and disappear as quickly, leading some to call his music underdeveloped. 1998's Exiles was more song-oriented and featured guest appearances by Crimson alumni Robert Fripp, Peter Hammill, John Wetton, and Peter Sinfield. In 1999, Cross formed Noisy Records. ~ Geoff Orens

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