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9 thoughts on “ Gravy Train - (A Ballad Of) A Peaceful Man (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Label: Vertigo - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock Gravy Train - (A Ballad Of) A Peaceful Man (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(34).
  2. GRAVY TRAIN was an above average rock band that had enough talent to make a successful foray into the territory of progressive rock. On their release " (A Ballad of) A Peaceful Man", the use of flute (J.D. Hughes) was similar to how JETHRO TULL utilized the instrument in a rock setting/5.
  3. Jonathan Peel produced Gravy Train's first three albums — Gravy Train, Ballad of a Peaceful Man and Second Birth. The first record was preceded by a single, the J.D. Hughes/Norman Barratt collaboration "So You’re Free", recorded at Olympic Studios, London and also produced by Jonathan Peel.
  4. Personally, I was a bit late to board the Gravy Train, not having heard them until the Si-Wan LP arrived around or so (since sold). It was a sound that I found immediately likable. I'm not one to toss around phrases like "underrated", as that would imply that I'm the gold standard for which all things are rated, but I do feel this album.
  5. Aug 09,  · referencing (A Ballad Of) A Peaceful Man, LP, Album, My copy of this has labels reversed (ie track-list on side 1, swirl on side 2). Not sure if there are more like this/5().
  6. Label: Vertigo - D • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock Gravy Train - (A Ballad Of) A Peaceful Man (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(18).
  7. Their eponymous debut album "Gravy Train" () had a heavier sound than the album reviewed here. This second album " (A Ballad of) A Peaceful Man" () features lush string arrangements and is widely regarded to be their best album. Gravy Train followed it up with two further albums: "Second Birth" (); and "Staircase to the Day" ().
  8. The album will be released in 3 formats: CD, vinyl and DVD amhiehenpaculleospatfizzsimisralax.coinfo Reed was inspired to become a musician and composer at the age of seven after discovering Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells. So inspired was he by the album, that he learned to play not just one, but all the instruments featured on the album.

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