Gone Forever - CPR - Just Like Gravity
Label: Gold Circle Records - GC 20002-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Soft Rock, Folk Rock
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CPR - Just Like Gravity music CD album at CD Universe, Legendary singer-songwriter David Crosby, veteran guitarist Jeff Pevar and David's son, songwriter-keyboardist.4/5(1).
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CPR () Morrison That House One for Every Moment At the Edge Somebody Else's Town Rusty and Blue Somehow She Knew Little Blind Fish Yesterday's Child It's All Coming Back to Me Now Time Is the Final Currency Just Like Gravity () Map to Buried .
Jun 19, · "Gone Forever" is CPR's appealing stab at social commentary, while the harmonica-enhanced "Jerusalem" tackles spirituality. Along those lines, the gorgeous, methodical "Angel Dream" comes across as a gentle prayer. The title track is the most sparsely produced, just Crosby's sweet voice and a swampy acoustic guitar.8/
Climber Lyrics: The heat of the stone against your face / The incredible presence of mass / The clink of the metal the hiss of the rope / The sky like a piece of blue glass / He clings to the rock.
Actually, CPR is the more viable band. On "Just Like Gravity", a den of "hippies" could find mind-altering release. While the album starts off with the pleasing pairing of "Map to Buried Treasure" and "Breathless", it's not until "Darkness" that we are reminded of how powerful David Crosby can be. "Gone Forever" holds this stunning pattern, too/5.