Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Rick Wakeman - Lighthouse, Poole

Rick Wakeman - Lighthouse, PooleURSINE is a word that could have been invented to describe Rick Wakeman, but this great bear of a man has the fingers of an angel.
Here was the ex-Yes star and session player to virtually anyone alive in the 1970s chuckling through a few lifetime anecdotes and demonstrating his absolute skill on the piano.
And he absolutely dwarfed his grand piano.
From his first-ever performance at the age of five - the 13-note See A Monkey On A Stick - to Merlin the Magician from his King Arthur opus, Wakeman dazzled with his keyboard artistry.
This legendary Grumpy Old Man and Countdown regular was cheerful throughout with his tales of Brian Blessed admiring the female form, Yes singer Jon Anderson being able to paint only flowers and the pensioners who escaped from a care home to see Status Quo at Hammersmith Odeon.
Gole/Almost Live in Europe
2CD - £9.99

Fields of Green/Always With You
2CD - £9.99

1984/Out There
2CD - £9.99

Night Music
CD/DVD - £9.99

Live At The Empire Pool - King Arthur On Ice
DVD/CD - £9.99

1984 - Live At The Hammersmith Odeon 1981
DVD/CD - £9.99

Live in Lincoln Cathedral
2CD - £7.99

Live At The Maltings 1976
DVD/CD - £9.99

Video Vaults
6DVD box - £85.00

The Burning 
CD - £9.99

Cirque Surreal 
CD - £7.99

CD - £9.99

CD - £9.99

Cost Of Living 
CD - £9.99

The Mixture
CD - £7.99

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