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Singer/songwriter Tim Bowness follows up 2015’s “Stupid Things That Mean The World” - Top 10 in the UK ‘Rock’, ‘Vinyl’ and ‘Prog’ charts - with a release unlike any in his back catalogue. “Lost In The Ghost Light” is a concept album revolving around the onstage and backstage reflections of a fictional ‘classic’ rock musician in the twilight of his career. It is a grand statement about a grand era of music making and an undoubted highlight of Bowness’s career. Though firmly focused on Bowness’s distinctive voice and musical approach, the album also draws inspiration from the period the concept covers and contains a notable 1970s symphonic/progressive rock influence. Mixed and mastered by Bowness’s No-Man partner Steven Wilson, “Lost In The Ghost Light” uses a core band comprising Stephen Bennett, Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree), Bruce Soord (The Pineapple Thief), Hux Nettermalm (Paatos) and Andrew Booker (Sanguine Hum), as well as guests including Kit Watkins (Happy The Man/Camel), Steve Bingham (No-Man) and the legendary Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull). Andrew Keeling (Robert Fripp/Hilliard Ensemble/Evelyn Glennie) arranged for string quartet and flute on three of the album’s songs. The album includes a stunning 5.1 mix by Bruce Soord on the Special Edition CD+DVD mediabook and is also available as 180 gram vinyl in a gatefold sleeve plus the regular album on CD as bonus.
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