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    Main » 2010 » May » 1 » Pulsar - 1977 - Halloween
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    Pulsar - 1977 - Halloween
    Pulsar - 1977 - Halloweengenre: progressive, space
    country: france
    quality : lossless (wav, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'11" size: 403 mb
    issue: 1991

    ProgressoR:
    ... Doubtless, Pulsar's "Halloween" is one of the major progressive albums of the second half of the 1970s, as well as their previous album, "The Strands of the Future". (They're, in my view, on par with each other.) While not a complete masterpiece, "Halloween" is excellent by all means and from the first to the last note. Nevertheless, I now know that this album is slightly overrated. In that way, I still regard Eloy as the best representative of Symphonic Space Rock. Nevertheless, if you're much into such music that, as an example, was typical for the third phase of Eloy's creation (1976 to 1979) and, like me, haven't heard "Halloween" up to now, this album would be an essential addition to your collection. As for the great Pink Floyd, the band that continuously transformed their originally unique style, that's absolutely another story.

     
    1. Halloween Part I 20:30
    a) Halloween Song (1:20)
    b) Tired Answers (9:30)
    c) Colours of Childhood (6:00)
    d) Sorrow In My Dreams (3:40)
    2. Halloween Part II 18:40
    a) Lone Fantasy (4:50)
    b) Dawn Over Darkness (6:10)
    c) Misty Garden of Passion (2:15)
    d) Fear of Frost (3:35)
    e) Time (1:50)


    All music composed, arranged, performed, and produced by Pulsar.
    Lyrics by Armand Fines.

    Jacques Roman - analog & digital keyboards, & Mellotron
    Gilbert Gandil - electric & acoustic guitars (+ vocals - on 1-c, 1-d, & 2-b)
    Roland Richard - flute & clarinet; piano & string-ensemble
    Victor Bosch - drums & percussion, & vibes
    Michel Mason - bass guitar
    With:
    Jean Ristori - cello (on Halloween-II)
    Guest female vocalizes - on 1-a
    Guest male vocalizes - on 2-e
    Guest male & female back vocalists - on 1-c & 2-b

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