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Played there many times between 63 and Both great local Nightclub gigs. While certainly no expert on Australian prog I can say that Rainbow Theatre is my favorite prog band from Australia. With two fantastic albums documenting their short career they are a band well worth the attention of many prog fans.
Julian Browning was a self-taught rock guitarist from Melbourne who studied piano and music theory before becoming interested in arrangement. He played in a few bands before forming the Rainbow Theatre in and the line-up solidified over the next couple years. By the pieces came together and Browning began to put together the first album, an effort to use his influences of classical music and guitarists like Fripp and McLaughlin to do something completely different.
The composers who most impressed him were Stavinsky, Wagner, Mahler, and Beethoven. A final influence was jazz fusion but the Rainbow largely checked this at the door for the first album, it is present but not commanding. While they often let rip in their live shows "The Armada" is much more in the classical music camp--a bit of jazz would creep into their second album more.
Not all of their live fans were thrilled with this approach, expecting their album to rock in the same way as the shows with lots of solos. But Browning explains that the album was different and he wanted to challenge the listener by going in a unique direction. They were also one of the few bands in Australia using the mellotron along with Sebastian Hardie, though the two bands sound almost nothing alike.
Diana King born November 8, in Spanish Town, Jamaica is an … Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Remix Kingdim - Diana King on AllMusic - Diana King born 8 November is a Jamaican-American singer-songwriter who performs a mixture and fusion of reggae, reggae fusion and dancehall. She was born to an Indo-Jamaican mother and an Afro Jamaican father. The album contains several ultra catchy songs that have hit written all over them, namely the infectious title track and "Wicked.
Think Like a Girl does tend to wane towards the end, but, overall, this is a surprisingly well-crafted and engaging set, and only hints at what is to come for the talented and extremely photogenic Diana King. And then at some point the core duo of Greg Lyon and L.
Tiburon Pacifico augmented the collection with a battery of overdubs. The finished product being celebrated with a record-release show Saturday is a mysterious, atmospheric mix of the crystalline and the noisy, and is filled with compositions whose aural topography is remarkably disparate. There is a lot of space, and there is a lot of stuff, and all of it is artfully arranged around Mr. Tom Ferres Chris Churchman Jack Ferres Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Glen Fawcett Edit Storyline The Legend of Beggar's Bridge is an independent short period drama based on a year old legend.
Add the first question. Edit Details Official Sites: Official site. Country: UK. Language: English. Runtime: 27 min.The first review for our S/T release is in! Thanks to the fine folks at Built on a Weak Spot for taking the time to write it up.. February 19, “As the story often goes for quite a few bands, The Spanish Armada came together after member Greg Lyon began tinkering around with ideas for songs that couldn’t quite fit into his other projects.. After awhile other members were brought in.