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Jon Lord - Beyond the Notes (2004)

26-01-2016, 16:53
Music | Classical Music | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Beyond the Notes
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: EMI Music #7243 8 74180 2 8
Genre: Rock, Neo-Classical
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps/FLAC (Image)
Total Time: 01 h 09 m 11 s
Total Size: 163/383 Mb | Scans


[07:41] 01. Miles Away
[07:22] 02. De Profundis
[08:16] 03. One From The Meadow (Vocals by Sam Brown)
[06:46] 04. Cologne Again
[06:56] 05. I'll Send You A Postcard (Pavane For Tony)
[04:24] 06. The Sun Will Shine Again (Vocals by Frida)
[07:31] 07. A Smile When I Shook His Hand (In Memoriam George Harrison)
[05:03] 08. November Calls (Vocals by Miller Anderson)
[07:07] 09. The Telemann Experiment
[08:02] 10. Music For Miriam

Line-up / Musicians:

Jon Lord - piano, organ
Mario Argandona - percussion, guitar, vocals
Urs Fuchs - bass
Paul Shigihara - guitars
Matthias Kraus - keyboards
Bert Smaak - drums
Susanne Heitmann - flute, clarinet
Sabine Van Baaren - vocals, percussion
Emilia Amper - keyed fiddle
Miller Anderson - vocals
Sam Brown - vocals
Frida - vocals

Organist Jon Lord supposedly left Deep Purple to retire and take it easy, after he'd spent much of his life recording and touring the world with Purple and other artists. But upon his exit from the band, Lord has played gigs and issued albums on his own, such as 2004's Beyond the Notes. The split has provided Lord with the opportunity to pursue some unexpected musical avenues, as the album sees a detour into soothing classical music. Gone is the blaring guitar through Marshall stacks and Lord's overdriven organ rocking back and forth -- in its place is the jazzy sound of "Cologne Again" a lovely piano ballad, and the string-heavy album closer, "Music for Miriam." While it's not unheard of for a rock musician to take the orchestral plunge, Beyond the Notes is one of the few instances where it works surprisingly well and doesn't come off as a mere detour. ~ Greg Prato

'Jon Lord is addicted to harmony. Leaving Deep Purple meant leaving his best friends & a life that's 'a bubble, a support system', as he himself puts it. But putting an end to compromises did a world of good to keyboarder & composer Jon Lord. His album 'Beyond The Notes' is the best proof of this. A free spirit blows through the ten tracks of the album. Pavanes & pop songs are peopled by musicians from drummer to violinist, from a rock band to members of a string orchestra. Oriental rhythms pushing classical melodies forward. ~ EMI


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