Studio album by. Rick Wakeman. A Picture of You may refer to: A Picture of You (Joe Brown song), 1962. A Picture of You, a 2013 album by Daniel O'Donnell, or its title track. A Picture of You, a 1981 album by Alvin Stardust, or its title track. A Picture of You", a song performed by country music singer Charlie Rich on the 1969 album The Fabulous Charlie Rich. A Picture of You", a song performed by Rick Wakeman on the 1971 album Piano Vibrations.
Symphonic Prog Rick Wakeman. Band's List Symphonic Prog Rick Wakeman Piano Vibrations. Band Name Rick Wakeman. Album Name Piano Vibrations. Music StyleSymphonic Prog. Members owning this album1. 1. Take Me to the Pilot.
By: John Schroeder (1972, Pop). More albums from John Schroeder: Dylan Vibrations by John Schroeder. Latin Vibrations by John Schroeder. Witchi Tai To by John Schroeder.
Piano Vibrations, though promoted in its re-release as the first studio album by English progressive rock keyboardist Rick Wakeman, is not considered a Wakeman album, even by himself. His contributions were limited to performing as a session musician and he did not compose any of the tracks. The album was released in 1971 on Polydor, after Wakeman had signed on to A&M Records. The album developed from Wakeman's time as a session musician.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Piano Vibrations (1971). Album by John Schroeder.
the piano was released as Piano Vibrations by Polydor Records Wakeman's final album with Strawbs, From the Witchwood, was released in July 1971. In 1993, Wakeman released Heritage Suite, a solo piano album about the Isle of Man, and an album with Adam, Wakeman with Wakeman.