Raindance - Raindance Late Valentines Ball 1999 download album
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The group's fourth album is more electronic than folk, and, indeed, the electronics are dominated by Richard Harvey's electronic keyboards. The sound is surprisingly new age-ish, especially the title track, which, like most of this album, seems rather cold and mechanical.
Raindance is the fourth progressive rock album by Gryphon, originally released in 1975 by Transatlantic, catalogue number TRA 302. It is the penultimate Gryphon album, and the last to include contributions from guitarist Graeme Taylor. The album was produced by Gryphon, and was co-produced and engineered by Richard Elen. Down The Dog" was co-produced by Ritchie Gold.
Raindance is an eclectic excursion in many different (only slightly more commercial) directions for Gryphon. Far from ignoble, this album suffers mainly due to comparisons with its masterpiece predecessor "Red Queen to Gryphon Three". Down the Dog" is funky, fusion-y, powerful, catchy and "to the point". Even before their first album was released, Gryphon was known for performing style adaptations of Beatles songs. This "style-sampler"' album afforded them the opportunity to cover "Mother Nature's Son" as only Gryphon could do! "Raindances" closes on a high note with "(Ein Klein) Heldenleben", a 16+ minute piece that takes the band's medieval sound even deeper into Progressive Rock territory than much of the material on Red Queen to Gryphon Three.