The Mind's Eye is the first studio album by the band Stiltskin. The album was driven by the success of the single "Inside", which reached in the UK. The follow-up single "Footsteps" reached in the UK charts. All tracks written by Peter Lawlor. Peter Lawlor - acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin, bass guitar, Wurlitzer piano, Hammond organ, drums, backing vocals. James Finnigan - bass, Hammond organ, Wurlitzer piano. Ross McFarlane - drums, percussion.
The Mind's Eye. Лицензиар. TuneCore (от лица компании "Miramar"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. TuneCore Publishing" и другие авторские общества (4). Композиция. Mind's Eye. Исполнитель. The Mind's Eye. Авторы текста и музыки.
The Mind's Eye is not just a soundtrack to the video of the same name, but an album that takes listeners on a musical odyssey all its own. This release features instrumentation by James Reynolds on keyboard, electronic percussion and guitar, David Lanz on keyboard, Richard Warner on alto and soprano sax, Nancy Rumbel on oboe and other great musicians.
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07 - Leaving the Bonds of Earth. 03 - Heart of the Machine. 02 - Civilization Rising.
MIND'S EYE is a Progressive Metal, Progressive Rock artist from Sweden. Each Mind's Eye album has a mind of its own. From the cozy clearness of 2002's Work of Art to the full blown metal of 2007's Gentleman's Hurricane. Walking on H20 is in between in heaviness, speed and density.
Reynolds, a classically trained percussionist, created his own series of projects including Mind's Eye. This award-winning composition really must be experienced in video form, as it allowed the composer to work with images created by hundreds of computer animators. Despite the popularity of this genre, Miramar went under prior to the new millennium
|Heart Of The Machine||4:05|
|Leaving The Bonds Of Earth||5:21|
|MPCD 2901||James Reynolds||The Mind's Eye (CD, Album)||Miramar||MPCD 2901||US||1991|
|ID8530MM||James Reynolds||The Mind's Eye (A Computer Animation Odyssey) (Laserdisc, NTSC)||Image Entertainment||ID8530MM||US||1991|