The final track, at eleven minutes plus, could not go anywhere else on the record as it is without doubt the grandest and most traditionally anthemic piece of all, happy in its beautifully widescale pomp and circumstance. This is a Big Prog Piece, capitals absolutely intentional. It knows what it is and it revels in..
The first thing fans of RPWL will want to know is just how similar it is to the band's output, I imagine. The answer to that is, pleasingly, close enough without being indistinguishable Looking at the cover of this promo disc, the first solo album from RPWL vocalist / keyboard man Yogi Lang, threw up..
Tight-as-a-drum ensemble playing, even when embarking on lengthy instrumental sojourns This all started, of course, with Pink Floyd. Back in 1997 German proggers RPWL (the initials of the four band members) came together as a Floyd tribute band, and a very, very good one. Within a couple of years, however, they had outgrown the limitations..