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Tim Bowness
Lost In The Ghost Light
Company: InsideOut
Release: 2017
Genre: Progressive
Reviewer: David Loveless
Published: 3/6/2017

Mellow, Pink Floyd-esque prog rock from No-Man vocalist
Comments:
Tim Bowness is back with his fourth solo effort, Lost In The Ghost Light. The No-Man, Memories of Machines & former Centrozoon vocalists croons over mellow Pink Floyd style music in these 8 marvelous tracks that will easily appeal to fans of Steven Wilson and the smoother side of progressive rock. Although there are a few upbeat tracks like "Kill The Pain That's Killing You", the majority of the album is perfect for kicking back and drinking a cold one on a lazy Sunday afternoon. If you like one of his most popular songs, "Beautiful Songs You should Know", then you will absolutely love Lost In The Ghost Light. Mixed & mastered by Steven Wilson!
Recommended for fans of:
No-Man, Steven Wilson, Centrozoon

Personal Breakdown:

ENJOYMENT
4
MUSIC
4
VOCALS
5
PRODUCTION
3.5
ARTWORK
4
LYRICS
4

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