8 thoughts on “ Earth Opera - The Great American Eagle Tragedy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Lyrically both EARTH OPERA albums are rather similar with their hardcore anti-war stance but musically THE GREAT AMERICAN EAGLE TRAGEDY is by far the more consistent of the two. Despite more instruments and musicians finding their way into the mix, the album is just simply more focused albeit far less experimental/5(2).
  2. The Great American Eagle Tragedy is the second and last album by the psychedelic band Earth Opera, recorded in It is marked by departure of Bill Stevenson and his harpsichord sound, using more guest musicians than on the debut album and use of pedal steel by Bill Keith.
  3. Originally I thought that "The Great American Eagle Tragedy" was clearly the best of the two albums Earth Opera managed to release in After having re-listened to both albums on the 2 on 1 CD re-release, I now probably am more inclined to think that the first album as a whole is the strongest of the two/5(12).
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  5. Oct 08,  · Label: Elektra - EKS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Monarch Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Country Rock Earth Opera - The Great American Eagle Tragedy (, Monarch Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(27).
  6. Oct 12,  · The Great American Eagle Tragedy - Earth Opera - Duration: [Full Album Hd ] - Duration: 39 Earth Opera - Topic 1, views. Pink Floyd ‎– Wish You Were Here (LP Vinyl Sound.
  7. The band Earth Opera with singer songwriter Peter Rowan at the forefront released two remarkable albums in The music is somewhat difficult to frame as it contains elements from many genres. There is a very basic English feel of the album, partly because of Rowan's special and slightly affected vocals/5(12).
  8. Mar 19,  · Remarkable album, almost one seamless whole, with a uniformity of approach and an immaculate, precise, restrained sound. Dominated by Peter Rowan, his songs, his vocals and his lyrics - wistful, sad Edwardian reflections, with a very English feel. Lyrically way above average, with classically trained keyboards, this could have been released as a solo album in /5(8).

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