8 thoughts on “ Orfeus - Focus (2) - Focus II (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. This is a re-issue of the album which has Cat# 5C A later BIEM/STEMRA edition with 5N cat# on labels can be found here: Focus (2) - Focus II. Outside the Netherlands 'Focus II' was released with the title 'Moving Waves'. Recorded in Sound Techniques and Morgan Studios London between: April 13th and May 14th /5(29).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Focus II on Discogs. Label: Imperial (2) - 5C • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Symphonic Rock, Prog Rock/5(19).
  3. May 08,  · 'Focus II' is the further development of a theme originally written for their first LP and is a fine exposition of the band's talent. Then you flip the record onto its other side (I was still awake, remember), and 'Eruption' is a 22+ minute ride, alternately slow and fast, through a field of various melodies and interpretations/5(64).
  4. Focus II [Aka: Moving Waves] is a music studio album recording by FOCUS (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5.
  5. Focus II (better known by its international title, Moving Waves) is the second studio album by Dutch progressive rock band Focus, released in October on Imperial consfortneslabutsort.inexscapcomdamarsireconcibumbmor.co: Progressive rock, jazz fusion, hard rock, .
  6. The rest of the album is amelting pot of folky rock songs, boasting intricate melodies and harmonies that strike with finesse. Highlights include "Focus II", "Le Clochard" and the title track "Moving Waves", a sensitive piano consfortneslabutsort.inexscapcomdamarsireconcibumbmor.co B-sideconsists ofa 23 minute suite of progressive space rock called "Eruption" whichcanmatch the great.
  7. Jun 29, · Focus II (more known under original title Moving Waves) is the second album by Dutch band Focus. It includes the hit "Hocus Pocus" featuring yodelling and operatic falsetto from Thijs van. Arajind at Reply.
  8. Jan Akkerman was voted world's best guitarist. With a live reputation that proved Focus lived up to these 'Best Musicians' claims, the right thing to do was to release a live album: Focus at The Rainbow. (FACT: on the night of the recording, due to the demand for encores, Focus ran out of pieces to play!).

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