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Gordon Giltrap - Fear of the Dark album download
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Gordon Giltrap - Fear of the Dark album download

Performer:
Gordon Giltrap
Album:
Fear of the Dark
Style:
Contemporary Folk
Released:
May, 1978 - August, 1978
Genre:
Duration:
53:59
Recording location:
REdan Recorder, London, England
MP3 archive size:
1971 mb
FLAC archive size:
1587 mb
Other formats:
AC3 AUD MP2 APE MIDI WMA
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
863

Fear of the Dark is a 1978 studio album by guitarist Gordon Giltrap. It is the last of the album trilogy that started with 1976's Visionary and continued with 1977's Perilous Journey. The album was remixed and re-released in 1998. All music by Gordon Giltrap. Roots (Part One and Two)" – 6:11. Fast Approaching" – 5:04. Melancholy Lullaby" – 2:28. Fear Of The Dark" – 7:56. Gordon Giltrap - Guitars.

Fear Of The Dark is a music studio album recording by GORDON GILTRAP (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in 1978 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. 1. Roots (Parts 1 & 2) 2. Nightrider 3. Inner Dream 4. Weary Eyes 5. Fast Approaching 6. Melancholy Lullaby 7. Fear Of The Dark 8. Visitation.

Fear of the Dark is a 1978 studio album by guitarist Gordon Giltrap. Written by Steve Harris, the band's bass player and primary songwriter, it serves as the title track to Iron Maiden's 1992 album Fear of the Dark. The single "Fear of the Dark (live)" is the 26th single released by the band. to the Slaughter", "Be Quick or Be Dead", and "Tailgunner") are taken from the live album A Real Live One. The single reached number 8 in the UK charts. Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Fear of the Dark (Gordon Giltrap album) are also acceptable encyclopedic sources. Additional terms may apply. Studio album by. Gordon Giltrap. Fear of the Dark, a 1988 novel by Gar Anthony Haywood which won the Shamus Award.

Although Fear Of The Dark isn’t, unlike its predecessors, a concept album. Its title track unfolds artfully solemn and builds riffs and a flurry of notes up into an unexpectedly playful edifice as does, on lesser pop scale, the liquid Inner Dream where wordless vocals and violin roll alongside guitar peppered with bursts of percussion. Angelic presence means there’s nothing to fear where is nothing at all, save for amazing grace, the point borne to the fore in one of the bonus tracks here, Giltrap’s majestically amplified, multi-layered take on Jerusalem – the anthem based on Blake, in a Visionary way – that would have fitted the album’s context as well. Which can’t be said of its out-take called Smiler and equally jubilant single Theme From The Waltons that catches Gordon in a much lighter mood. Darkness lifted, this album remains his masterpiece.

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Gordon Giltrap – Gordon Giltrap is an English acoustic and electric guitarist and composer. His musical styles cross several genres, including folk, blues, folk rock, pop, classical, Giltrap started to learn the guitar at the age of twelve. Never receiving any formal tuition on the instrument, he developed his own style. His musical career started to take off in the 1960s, when he played on the scene in London alongside contemporaries such as Bert Jansch, John Renbourn. Another of Giltraps tracks, The Carnival, was used as the theme to Wish You Were Here, Giltraps next album, Fear of the Dark, was released in 1978. In the 1990s Giltrap played a key role in Cliff Richards Heathcliff musical and he also composed a number of pieces for the show. In late 2009 Giltrap started Three Parts Guitar, a world tour with the classical guitarist Raymond Burley.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Roots, Pt. 1-2 Frankie Beverly / Gordon Giltrap Gordon Giltrap 6:11
2 Nightrider Rod Edwards / Gordon Giltrap / Roger Hand Gordon Giltrap 5:44
3 Inner Dream Gordon Giltrap Gordon Giltrap 5:03
4 Weary Eyes Rod Edwards / Gordon Giltrap / Roger Hand Gordon Giltrap 4:46
5 Fast Approaching Gordon Giltrap Gordon Giltrap 5:04
6 Melancholy Lullaby Gordon Giltrap Gordon Giltrap 2:28
7 Fear of the Dark Rod Edwards / Gordon Giltrap / Roger Hand / Steve Harris Gordon Giltrap 7:56
8 Visitation Gordon Giltrap Gordon Giltrap 4:26
9 Catwalk Blues Gordon Giltrap Gordon Giltrap 2:42
10 Smiler Gordon Giltrap Gordon Giltrap 2:51
11 Fear of the Dark Rod Edwards / Gordon Giltrap / Roger Hand Gordon Giltrap 3:33
12 Oh Well Gordon Giltrap 3:15