Father and son Tim & Myles Thompson do amazing things with string instruments. “Cherkassy” shows a wonderful blending of talents achieved after years of hard work. The title is the name of a school in Ukraine they helped with benefit concerts overseas. Catch them live when they tour near you. In the mean time, enjoy seeing their music through the artistry of Laser Show Dynamic!
From Cambridge, members of Morphine and Face to Face join forces to create the alternative marvel that is Twinemen. Unconventional instrumentation and musical storytelling weave visions of places unique and characters truly compelling. Laser Show Dynamic agrees with Twinemen: If you want to live this life – Learn to Fly.
Camel has been making wonderful music for decades, raising the bar for progressive rock with fusions of many influences. Lead guitarist and prolific composer Andrew Latimer’s distinctive style shines through in driving rock, haunting ballads, and works on an orchestral scale. Camel earned a very devoted following, yet still fly under most people’s radar. If you haven’t had the privilege, please allow me to make the formal introduction. Enjoy “Three Wishes” from their 2000 album “Rajaz,” through the wonder of Laser Show Dynamic!
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“Genesis Ch.1 V.32” – The Alan Parsons Project – screener
Alan Parsons engineered “Abbey Road” and “Dark Side of the Moon” – so it’s no surprise his collaboration with Eric Woolfson as The Alan Parsons Project created incredible music. “I Robot” still resonates with the feel of the not-too-distant future decades after its release. Here is my favorite instrumental from it – “Genesis Ch.1 V.32” – a creation about creation. Which makes the Laser Show Dynamic take on it… a creation about a creation about creation. So… Let there be light!