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Bridge Across Forever Limited Edition, Extra tracks

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  • Audio CD (15 Oct. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition, Extra tracks
  • Label: Inside Out Music
  • ASIN: B00005Q6DW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 195,529 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Duel With The Devil
  2. Suite Charlotte Pike
  3. Bridge Across Forever
  4. Stranger In Your Soul

Disc: 2

  1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond
  2. Studio Chat
  3. And I Love Her
  4. Smoke On The Water
  5. Dance With The Devil
  6. Video Footage

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Format: Audio CD
Being blown away by their first album I bought their second studio album unseen and unheard trusting on their cpacity to make an astonishing follow up. And they did. The music is different from their first album SMPTe and it took me a couple of listning sessions to get the big picture. If you buy the ltd version you have 4 studio tracks on the first record and 2 of them have respectable lenghts of 26 min. without getting boring. More jazz influences though than in the first record. The second record (ltd version) is worth to buy it just of the cover version of Shine on Your Crazy diamond and the last track wich contains a demo track version of Stolt's musical archive. The tracks inbetween are funny but not high classed. I wonder what their next step in their musical adventure will bring to us. I will be there!!
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Transatlantic, the all star ensemble who wowed the Prog world last year with their debut offering 'SMPTe' return with their second album 'Bridge Across Forever'. Several listens later to the album would also confirm that their initial success was no fluke! 'Bridge Across Forever' is rather aptly named as it does build many bridges between a vast array of musical worlds. With its foundations shamelessly rooted firmly in the 70’s indulgences of progressive rock, we are taken on a musical journey via elements of pop and soul with smatterings of jazz in between and a healthy dose of classic hard rock.
For those not in the know, TransAtlantic is made up of Flower Kings guitarist Roine Stolt, Spock’s Beard multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Neal Morse, Marillion bassist Pete Trewavas and Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy. The band also released a double live set entitled 'Live In America' earlier this year as a kind of stop gap between 'SMPTe' and this their next studio release.
TransAtlantic have come up with another absolute gem in the guise of 'Bridge Across Forever'. They seem one of the few modern day progressive bands that are able to draw upon the classic foundations of Yes, Pink Floyd, Rush, Jethro Tull etc and make it palatable for audiences of the 21st century. The fact that they are succeeding where the acts mentioned above are failing nowadays only adds more ticks to bands achievements. 'Bridge Across Forever' is simply a prog masterpiece and anyone who bought SMPTe and liked it should snap this release up....
'Bridge Across Forever' is quite possible the traditional prog album of the year.
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The greatest albums I own are the ones that have taken a few listens to really appreciate the music, and then suddenly I find myself thinking "I've gotta listen to.......". Well, I'm constantly thinking "I've gotta listen to Bridge Across Forever" now! This is excellent stuff!
SMPTe was an absolute stormer of a debut album, and now Transatlantic have delivered another truly superb collection. Two tracks knocking on 30 mins with no hint of filler...just well crafted prog rock. Some jazz influence, which sits comfortably in the scheme of things and hooks you'd die for. The title track is beatiful and like We All Need Some Light on SMPTe, offers a gentle intermission before things crank up again.The limited edition second disc is a nice to have, and it is interesting to be able to hear different perspectives of themes on the album. Roine Stoltz demo a case in point. However I'd be happy with the one. BUY IT NOW - you will not be disappointed. My one gripe...that 2-3min gap at the end of the CD - c'mon boys...Marillion have been there on This Strange Engine. Trewavas...stop it..now!!!!
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An excellent second album by this brilliant prog rock combo!Not as instantaniously catchy as their debut album,you have to give it a few listens but you will be glad you did.If you like your music to have many moods & contrasts this is for you. The musicianship & songwriting is second to none.Buy it, sit back & be prepared to be moved.ENJOY.
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