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Inspirational, ambient, and moving: A soothing and meaningful tapestry

I bought Martin's first studio album, In the House of Stone and Light, a few years back, and I've been a huge fan of his ever since. I loved how rich his work was, both lyrically and musically, and I haven't found many other artists that I connect with on such an intimate level. When I heard that Martin was working on a second studio album I was excited, to say the least, and I'm happy to say that he's delivered the goods in a big way. In the Temple of the Muse is full of texture and emotion, and the messages that he sends are touching, potent and thought-provoking. Every track takes the listener to another world (not unlike a good short story), and having listened to the album many times over already, I can say that their nuances become more apparent and appreciable with each subsequent listen, just like his previous album. I think that this particular quality, where repetition only serves to exponentially increase the quality of a product, is the sign of a truly great piece of art. Thanks for the music Martin. These songs will be with me for a long, long time.

Martin Page..where have you been?

I loved his first album, to me it still sounds fresh and new to this day. This one is a fantastic follow up and he hasn't lost any of his magic. My favorite is Man in the Moon, I must have listened to it 10 times in a row the first time I heard it, a very romantic sounding song with a clever almost hidden view of the world and how we are living in it.

Another fantastic record...

First got into Martin Page's music back in the mid 90s through Phil Collins and his work with Page on 'In The House Of Stone And Light'- which was a beautiful album with fantastic music. This time, Martin Page has proven, after thirteen years, that he has not lost his touch as a songwriter and musician. Like Stone & Light, this album flows with harmony and contains excellent songs which reach out and grab the listener by the heart. Musically this album is kind of a cross between Stone & Light and Phil Collins's last studio album, 'Testify'. Collins's musical influence on Martin is very evident on this album. While not as artsy or spritual as Stone & Light, nevertheless, this album contains excellent music from beginning to end and takes the listener on a fantastic musical journey. Two thumbs up.


Born: September 23, 1959 in Southampton, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Martin Page first gained recognition as a songwriter. With lyricist Bernie Taupin, whose usual partner was Elton John, as well as Dennis Lambert and Peter Wolf, Page wrote "We Built This City," a number one hit for Starship in 1985. Page and Taupin returned to number one the following year with "These Dreams," recorded by Heart. Teaming up with Peter Cox and Richard Drummie of Go West, Page wrote "King of Wishful Thinking," which was featured in the movie Pretty Woman, and became a Top Ten hit for...
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In the Temple of the Muse, Martin Page
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Apr 28, 2003

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