Patrick Moraz : Light Elements [Human Interface, 1987] [reblog]

from Oannes *

🎧 click on the image to see original post and listen…

Μέρα των Φώτων ακούμε μια σειρά κομματιών, οργανικών κυρίως, με θέμα τους το φως και την …φώτιση.
Η απόσταση που χωρίζει το άλμπουμ Human Interface από αυτό που καθιερώθηκε ως “ήχος των ‘80s” δεν είναι το μόνο αξιοθαύμαστο στοιχείο του, όπως ακούμε εδώ.
Πέρα από σόλο καριέρα και λοιπές συνεργασίες, ο Patrick Moraz έχει διατελέσει οργανίστας των YES σε ένα από τα πιο περιπετειώδη άλμπουμ τους [Relayer, 1974] και στη συνέχεια, για μια δεκαετία, των Moody Blues.

On Epiphany day we hear music about light and …enlightenment.
The distance from what has gone down in history as “the ‘80s’ sound” is not the only admirable thing about the Human Interface album, as we can hear from this track.
Apart from his solo projects / other collaborations, Patrick Moraz has been the keyboard player of YES on one of their most adventurous albums [Relayer, 1974], and after that, he became a member of The Moody Blues for a decade.

Enjoy!

and

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As always, I’m happy to hear your thoughts, however I’d highly recommend a direct dialogue with the …’source’ so please visit Oannes’ page where you can also listen to the song !

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* For my friends who didn’t know, or first timers here, Oannes [aka Socratis Papahatzis] is my husband, partner in life and music and the one with my undying admiration. Together we have a band MK-O [the music of Marina Kanavaki & Oannes]. So, it’s my pleasure to share with you his [and sometimes mine] musical selections. Do visit his site. He has my highest recommendation!

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