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I am glad that he has found us and Raven I became insane with long intervals of horrible sanity Edgar Allan Poe shirt. He is very happy and a part of our family. You might be a little more original than Greta Van Fleet but I didn’t even know who you were before I saw you trashed them. I listened to your music, not a fan. To me, it just seems like you needed some publicity to ride on the fame of Greta Van Fleet. How about releasing some actual good music to get publicity? Fond memories of listening to that album when it arrived after my husband bought it on line, lights off, candles and fire lit with some wine. No words spoke just a huge mutual appreciation for the music and lyrics just amazing. Better than any date I’ve ever had! Beautiful song, performance live, scenery, background as always Steven.
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The final song of the Raven I became insane with long intervals of horrible sanity Edgar Allan Poe shirt, live, it takes an even deeper dimension, so moving and powerful, that’s what music is all about. A better version of this is on the actual Raven tour with the remarkable Guthrie Govan and the great Drumming of Marco Minnieman. Their replacements are ok but if only they were still in the band, the best line up Wilson’s ever had! The whole beginning of Watchmaker is one of the saddest musical parts I have ever heard. Combination of clarinet and electric guitar was totally original and I have never seen this before. And this song? Just icing on the cake. My very favorite album, I hope one day Steven Wilson will do something like that again! Can I just say it’s your most artistically creative work? Another material is perhaps easier on the ear but it lacks the challenge of this work. It’s the difference between a Francis Bacon and an Andy Warhol.