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Journey to the Centre of the Earth

Rick Wakeman

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Customer Reviews

Fabulous !!!

My god this takes me back, I first got this LP back in 1976 when someone palmed it off on me in a dodgy swap deal .... little did I know how much I would grow to love it. This is a live version of the album, I'm not sure if there ever was a studio version.
This album has to be inspiration behind Jeff Waynes - War of the Worlds. JTTCOTE is nowhere near as slick as WOTW but that is probably due to the fact that JJTCOTE was recorded live.

I'm not saying that one is better than the other, but I guarantee that if you like one you'll like the other !!!

Entertaining but..

Great if you like imaginative keyboards and a great motif, however uncool, but this album contains one of the worst lyrics of all time sung in a dreadful know the one:

'Crystals of opaque quartz, studded limpid tears, forming magic chandeliers...arrrggggghhh arrrghh no!.......Sorry Rick - you inspired me on the keyboards!

Pure Moog

What would Rick have done if there had been no Bob Moog ! I can remember when the critics said "synthisisers are not real instruments" lol there is nothing like a good lead synth and someone who can play it like Rick on this album! cheers Rick remember the Lord knows those who are His


Born: 18 May 1949 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in Perivale, Middlesex, England, Rick Wakeman's interest in music manifested itself very early, and from the age of seven on he studied classical piano. At the age of 14, he joined a local band, Atlantic Blues, the same year he left school to enroll in the Royal College of Music. He had his eye on a career as a concert pianist, but Wakeman...
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