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Euridice, Dayglow, Endless Road - Focus - Moving Waves


1977
Label: EMI - EMS 80882 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock •
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Focus II better known as its international title, Moving Dayglow is the second studio album by Dutch progressive rock band Focusreleased in October Jack Bonus - St. Louis Missouri Boy Imperial Records. Following the departure of Martin Dresden and Hans Cleuver inthe band recruited Cyril Havermans on bass and Pierre van der Linden on drums and proceeded to work on new material.

The album includes Euridice Hocus Pocus ", the group's most successful single, and "Eruption", a minute track based on the opera Euridice by Jacopo Peri. Focus II was released to a mostly positive response. It remains one of the band's most commercially successful albums, reaching No. The single " Hocus Pocus " was Focus ' biggest hit and gained the band international popularity.

The song, similar in some regards to the riff -driven hard rock of Black Sabbath and Deep Purpleanticipated many aspects of s heavy metal Euridiceand especially the guitar work of Yngwie Malmsteen with Akkerman 's use of the harmonic minor and Hungarian minor scalesuncommon in rock music in the early s. Radical departures in musical styles follow in the remaining tracks of the album.

An uncredited melody from Monteverdi 's L'Orfeo opens the suite, and a later segment Dayglow the haunting "Tommy" after its author Tom Barlage of the Dutch fusion band Solution. The Zappa -inspired "The Bridge" is a heavily syncopated jam session, culminating in some solo guitar riffs reminiscent of " Hocus Pocus ". The suite ends with a return to its opening themes, uniting them with "Euridice" with van der Linden's freeform percussion effectively evoking the sound of fireworks for the finale.

Focus II was released in October to mainly positive reception. The single Dayglow Pocus" peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot Headdress - Dirt Merchants - Dirt Merchants From Wikipedia, Euridice free encyclopedia.

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  1. Oct 17,  · Focus II (re-released as Moving Waves) is the second studio album from the Dutch rock band morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo album includes the hit "Hocus Pocus" and "Eruption", a minute adaptation of Jacopo Peri's opera Euridice which tells the story of Orpheus and morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo II was released in October to positive critical reception. It went on to reach the top ten in the UK, US and the Netherlands.
  2. Focus II (better known as its international title, Moving Waves) is the second studio album by Dutch progressive rock band Focus, released in October on Imperial morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfoing the departure of Martin Dresden and Hans Cleuver in , the band recruited Cyril Havermans on bass and Pierre van der Linden on drums and proceeded to work on new morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo: Progressive rock, jazz fusion, hard rock, .
  3. Euridice, Dayglow, Endless Road In & Out of Focus, utilising a little Mellotron, along with keyboard player Thijs Van Leer's prime instrument, the organ. It's a bit of a hodgepodge, to be honest, opening with several vocal tracks Focus released the storming Moving Waves (Focus II in the Netherlands), complete with 'novelty' hit single.
  4. Moving Waves is Focus' grand breakthrough album from ,hitting off with their huge hit "Hocus Pocus". Undoubtedly the weirdest top 10 song that ever hit the States, the song cemented Focus' stature in Pop/ Fusion circles. A killer riff by Jan Akkerman, at the time christened as one of the best.
  5. Moving Waves Wikipedia article Album by Focus. Hocus Pocus Le Clochard Janis Moving Waves Focus II Eruption a. Orfeus b. Answer c. Orfeus d. Answer e. Pupilla f. Tommy g. Pupilla h. Answer i. The Bridge j. Break k. Euridice l. Dayglow m. Endless Road n. Answer o. Orfeus p. Euridice Musicians.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Focus - Moving Waves at Discogs. Complete your Focus collection/5().
  7. Jul 24,  · When my interest in prog rock was on the rise around the early '90s, I was wondering if it was worth trying Focus, and once I got to hear Moving Waves, I was not disappointed. The album was entitled Focus II in Holland, but elsewhere, it's known as Moving Waves. This album is definately an improvement over In & Out of Focus/5(17).
  8. Aug 20,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Moving Waves on Discogs/5().

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