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Pass The Clock (1998 - 2008 Remastered)

Mostly Autumn
2 Nov. 2009 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 2 Nov. 2009
  • Release Date: 2 Nov. 2009
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: Mostly Autumn Records
  • Copyright: (c) 2009 Mostly Autumn Records
  • Total Length: 3:32:41
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  • ASIN: B002R8ODGK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 47,878 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By N. Eden on 26 May 2010
Format: Audio CD
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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15 of 18 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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By lerusty on 20 Jan. 2013
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I love Mostly Autumn. Since the mid-eighties, I have been a loyal follower of my bezzy-bands Marillion, Floyd, Queen, etc, and, a few moths ago, I suddenly ran into Mostly Autumn. They have not been off my listening list since. I saw them live a few months ago; their mesmerizing performance, especially that of Bryan and Livvy, held me rapt throughout their 2 hour set.

This compilation sums up their output up to 2008 when Heather Findlay, joint lead-singer with Bryan Josh, left the band. To be honest, I think that Livvy Sparnnen, who replaced Heather, has a better singing voice. The 2 albums which followed this compilation (Go Well, Diamond Heart and The Ghost Moon Orchestra) are excellent.

This is a proper band in the real sense. But it's Bryan Josh's guitar that makes it. His guitar wails, cries, sings, soars, shrieks and screams, especially during his lengthy solos in, for example, 'The Night Sky', 'Goodbye Alone', 'The Gap Is Too Wide', 'Carpe Diem', 'Storms Over Still Water'. These are all exceptional, outstanding pieces of rock. Not hard rock, just classic rock; well-crafted songs, great musicianship, well-sung.

It is a travesty that this band is not massive.

Why only 4 stars for this album and not 5? Just because it does not flow well as a whole. The third CD contains the really big-guns, but all of them thrown together does not really do them justice in my opinion, any more than the celtic-sounding, mainly instrumentals of CD2. Perhaps try some of their albums. I would recommend in particular 'Storms Over Still Water', 'The Ghost Moon Orchestra', 'The Last Bright Light' and 'Spirit of Autumn Past'. But there are amazing pieces of music in all of them.
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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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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Old rocker on 2 Sept. 2009
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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 Ian G. Mcneil on 10 May 2011
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This is definitely on my list of top ten of compilations.
If you fancy a dabble but you're not that sure which Mostly Autumn album to get then get this, it's cheap, there's loads of songs on it and if you don't enjoy it you haven't lost much.
It's conveniantly set in three 'moods' although I just thoroughly enjoyed all three discs.
In fact I think I'll go and listen to it again.
Recommended.
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