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  • Audio CD (29 Sept. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set, Limited Edition
  • Label: Nova Sales & Distribution (UK) Ltd
  • ASIN: B002IJKLPK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,672 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen11. Pass The Clock (Remastered)12:10Album Only


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MOSTLY AUTUMN Pass The Clock 3CD

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By NewWorldMan on 2 Sept. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Mostly Autumn must be one of the most underrated bands on the planet. I've only been into them proper for about the past 16 months, although I'd heard one album a few years ago. The current release is an attractively packaged, remastered anthology of their first ten years of recorded output containing just over three and a half hours of music. As such it represents excellent value for money. In my case I own most of the later albums but little of the earlier period, so in purchasing this album I expected to have heard most of it before. I was pleasantly surprised to find that almost all of disc 2 was new to me and a few songs of disc 3 (a couple I'd heard live but don't own).

The idea is that each disc is supposed to capture a different mood.

Disc 1 - Something for the Spirit
Disc 2 - Something for the Campfire
Disc 3 - Something for the Candlelight

Mostly Autumn can be described as a progressive rock band with a multitude of influences. Pink Floyd and Genesis are clearly discernible. But there are also celtic and folk elements and in some places they can sound like Fleetwood Mac or Led Zeppelin! However, somehow after a while you can detect a characteristic Mostly Autumn sound through all this even though each album tends to have a different feel from its predecessor.

Lead vocal duties are mostly shared between Bryan Josh and Heather Findlay either separately or jointly.They usually have one or two additional females in the rest of the line-up, which has varied a bit over the years. This makes them a bit different from most prog rock bands in that they are mostly all-male outfits. It also tends to make them less cerebral perhaps, not that this means the songs are all simple love songs though!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Old rocker on 22 May 2009
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As a die hard Mostly Autumn the release of this album back in December 2008 was a real shock as no one was aware that Bryan was working on a solo album.
However the quality of the album was not a suprise and it is excellent through out with not a duff track in sight. The album ranges from jaunty pop songs like The Appian Way, tongue in cheek reflective songs such as Through these eyes and soaring rock epics such as Slow Down where Bryan lets rip with the stratocaster.
To those of you not familiar with Bryans work with Mostly Autumn his playing is reminicent of Dave Gilmour and Ritchie Blackmore full of soaring solos and raw emotion, whilst his singing is effective and full of depth and feeling and he is one of the rock worlds great unsung heroes.
Credit must also go to Olivia Sparneenn who provides some soaring vocals on this album,this young woman is a truly magnificent singer who should be a huge star in a just world.
If you are a Mostly Autumn fan you will have already bought this CD. However , if you are a fan of quality rock music then this is an essential purchase.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By N. Eden on 26 May 2010
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After a friend told me about mostly autumn i can not get enough of bryan josh, first class guitarist,I am in the process of getting his back catalogue.This solo album is first class and i would recommend it. If you like pink floyd this is what you have been looking for.
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As solo albums go, this is a decent effort from Bryan Josh. In a "progressive rock" sort of way, this album has a recurring theme of dreams and fantasy, as mentioned by Josh in the liner notes. The theme starts with "Land of the Gods", and this then leads into the stand-out track "The Appian Way", a dream about Rome in the age of Caesar. The title track is the ultimate dream song, as dead figures from the past are brought back to life around a barbecue!

If there is a minus point, then being the "heart and guitar" of Mostly Autumn provides the tendency to sound too similar to MA in places on this album - this is illustrated in the form of song structures that will sound familiar to MA fans (especially on "Black Stone") and vocals provided by the MA stalwart Olivia Sparnenn. Sparnenn herself takes the lead vocal on the piano ballad "Old Friends" to complement the distinctive baritone and guitars of Josh elsewhere, while "Carry Me" is a pleasant soft album closer.

In spite of the MA connection, however, Josh has put his own identity on the album with his own ideas of themes and production. A good album, all in all - certainly to be enjoyed if you're already familiar with Mostly Autumn.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Old rocker on 2 Sept. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Why this band is still virtually unknown by the general public and playing in small clubs to audiences of a few hundred people rather than filling arenas and stadiums is quite beyond me.
This anthology of their work over the past ten years is an ideal starting point for new fans, whilst for the diehard fans the remastering of the tracks breaths new life into old favourites and the selected running order on each of the three albums helps to create a distinctive feel to each of the CD`s show casing the different aspects to their sound
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bryn Melyn David on 19 Aug. 2011
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Simply stunning. For anyone who ever liked Pink Floyd in their prime this is a must-have album. Not that this is any pale imitation of the Floyd, as in many ways it exceeds the latter, but the guitar work is easily the rival of Mr. Gilmour's and the extended solos are impossible to resist. Melodic, intelligent, musically interesting and varied - there's nothing not to like about this offering.

If you like prog you will love this. Period.
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