Sky is the debut album by the supergroup Sky, released in 1979. In 2014 Esoteric Recordings started a schedule of remasters and expanded releases with this recording. 1992 : Freestyle Records (SKY CD 1), Music Club (MCCD077). 1994 : Nota Blu (9403200), Merlin Records. The 1992 Freestyle Records split "Where Opposites Meet" into its component parts, whereas all the others combined them all into one track
All tracks composed by Graham Nash, except where Noted. Earth & Sky" – 3:35. Love Has Come" – 3:27. Out on the Island" – 4:20. Helicopter Song" – 2:47. Barrel of Pain" – 5:16. TV Guide" (Nash, Joe Vitale) – 1:54. It's All Right" – 3:14. Magical Child" – 3:42.
The fourth Sky album, Sky 4: Forthcoming, was released in March 1982. Sky's first album to feature no original material, it consisted predominantly of arrangements of classical compositions and was marketed under the slogan "Genius Past, Genius Forthcoming". Once again, the band toured the UK and Australia to promote the album (and followed this up with trips to Europe and Japan). The Australian autumn tour featured the debut of plenty of new material, much of which was included on a live double album, Sky Five Live, released in January 1983.
Classic is a music boxset/compilation recording by CRACK THE SKY (Heavy Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1980 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. The cassette version of this album includes two previously unreleased songs, which later appeared as bonus tracks on the CD reissue of the band's eponymous debut. Only for completionists (0%).
Whoyostro LTD presents Djosh - Darkened Sky (Album) Whoyostro is an underground vinyl and digital label of Pavel Pryboretsky (. Vele) launched in October 2013. com/whoyostroltd SEND YOUR DEMOS whoyostroltdl. Distributed by Pressology - ww. ressology. Darkened sky (album).
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This is the debut album from the session musician supergroup Sky. The idea behind this band was to assemble virtuoso instrumentalists and adept composers who possess an appreciation for classical music, allowing it to infiltrate their own playing and writing. The concept was admirable, and was manifested more fully in future albums; however, on this recording the songs never seem to unfold completely. With the exception of Kevin Peek's fiery adaptation of Antonio Ruiz-Pipó's Spanish guitar piece "La Danza," this album plods along with no apparent destination.