This version of "Rattle that lock" is released on black vinyl (180g), mastered by James Guthrie and Joel Plante in the “Das Boot” studios, coming in a gatefold (photo inner sleeves, coloured labelling) plus a download code, 16-page photo/yrics booklet featuring photos of David Gilmour by Kevin Westenberg, and photos of Polly Samson taken during the album recordings in the studio.
Finally! The album „Rattle that lock” marks the end of David Gilmour's 9-year solo release break. November 2014, the voice & guitar of Pink Floyd already released one of the most successful albums of the year with Pink Floyd again, and on September 18, 2015 „Rattle that lock“ is released, the fourth solo album by singer, song writer and guitarist David Gilmour. The opus was produced by David Gilmour himself and Phil Manzanera.
Tracklist - Rattle that lock
- 1.5 A.M.
- 2.Rattle That Lock
- 3.Faces of Stone
- 4.A Boat Lies Waiting
- 5.Dancing Right In Front of Me
- 6.In Any Tongue - Vinyl Master
- 7.Beauty - Vinyl Master
- 8.The Girl In The Yellow Dress - Vinyl Master
- 9.Today - Vinyl Master
- 10.And Then...
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David Gilmour, what more is there to say about this guitar virtuoso from timeless guitar solos on Floyd numbers like Time and Comfortably Numb to his dexterity on his solo numbers. Rattle that Lock is a song in a different tempo than we have been accustomed to in the past. A song about Good vs. Evil. The solo is typical Gimouresque with the vocals a little higher. On the song Today, Gilmour shows that he can be as joyous and uptempo as the next guy. Catchy tune. However my favorites are the ones where the orchestra and the guitar mesh as one as the 5 AM. Another nice piece is the piano number which moves you as it moves the intented subject... a boat on the song entitled A Boat lies waiting is a beautiful ode to the sea and is a tribute to the fallen Floyd member and friend, Rick Wright. A nice tribute and nice sentiment. However the epic of the entire set is 'In Any Tongue.' This is where Samson and Gilmour put their money where their mouths are. They speak of the atrocities of war and what it does to the human spirit and to those that remain. Intense and powerful. All in all Gilmour delivers a well balanced meal between rockers, ballads and joyous ditties while keeping the nutritious value for our brain and ears well balanced. Hats off to you, David and band for a fine effort as well as to you Polly Samson for writing great lyrics to the great music.
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