On An Island - David Gilmour Reviews
Description:Genre: Blues / Artist: David Gilmour / Audio CD released 2006-03-06 at EMI / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Ca ... more
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by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 78 readings)
**Introduction** Following on from my brief detour due to an unforeseen fart related incident I will now carry on with my planned music reviews and here is the one Which I was due to review. David Gilmour's On An Island. Let me start by saying that I am a massive Pink Floyd fan so I could either write a review giving this album high praise for being as good as the best Pink Floyd material or I could say what is David Gilmour doing?? this will tarnish his legacy. So which one is it I hear you type. well read on and you will find out just what I think of this album. **On An Island** Remarkably only his third solo album, On An Island was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/09 (Useful, 3 readings)
It was a wonderful experience to listen to this album for the first time. A complete soundscape of unmistakeable Gilmour. Although it could be construed as 'over the top' Gilmour! But if you like Pink Floyd, and specially Gilmour, you will love this. Nothing too upbeat, but still a wide rang. The mood of On An Island is set by David Gilmour with the first song, entitled Castellorizon. This instrumental uses short musical loops from other songs on the album. They fade in and then dissipate as if they were brought in by the wind or tide. The whole song then dissolves into a symphonic piece, which David Gilmour plays a moody guitar solo over. The last note of his ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/08 (Very useful, 44 readings)
David Gilmour's first solo release since the eighties was even more eagerly anticipated as his first album since Pink Floyd's well-received (if rather bland) 'Division Bell' in 1994, and still bears the distinctive signs of its author while displaying an obvious and welcome evolution. This certainly doesn't sound like a Pink Floyd album, exempting Gilmour's distinctive playing and singing styles that often mimic his past works in the more famous band, and its main focus seems to be on soothing the listener with gentle, part-acoustic lullabies, perfectly encapsulated by the tranquil and solitary album artwork. Featuring guest musicians such as Pink Floyd's ... Read the complete review
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