Album Name The Alchemist. 版公司 Columbia Records CBS Records. 乐风格Progressive Heavy. 2. The Old Man Dying.
The Alchemist" was Home's third and final album. It was also by far their best and most progressive. While the line up is ostensibly unchanged from their previous offerings, two important changes are made. Firstly, David Skillin, who had co-written one track on the previous album, writes all the lyrics here. Secondly, guest musician Jimmy Anderson is brought in to play a variety of keyboards, including synth and mellotron (or Melotrone as it is referred to on the sleeve). Skillen and Mick Stubbs came up with the concept after Stubbs had read a book which explored the spiritual.
The Alchemist is an album by British rock band Home, released in 1973 on the CBS Records label. It was the last album released by the group before they went their separate ways in 1974. Cliff Williams went on to join Bandit from 1975 to 1977 before he replaced Mark Evans in Australian hard rock band AC/DC. Guitarist Laurie Wisefield went on to achieve success with the British band Wishbone Ash from 1974 to 1985. The record also featured Jimmy Anderson on keyboards . The story was written by Micky Stubbs and David Skillen. Lyrics by David Skillen. The Old Man Dying" – 3:47. The record also featured Jimmy Anderson on keyboards Contents.
Daniel Alan Maman (born October 25, 1977), professionally known as The Alchemist (or simply Alchemist), is an American record producer, disc jockey (DJ) and rapper. He began his music career in 1991 in the hip hop duo The Whooliganz under the moniker Mudfoot, along with now-actor Scott Caan (whose moniker was "Mad Skillz")
This article has been rated as Low-importance on the project's importance scale. php?title Talk:The Alchemist (Home album)&oldid 373719192". Categories: Start-Class Album articles. Low-importance Album articles. Guitarist Laurie Wisefield went on to achieve success with the British band Wishbone Ash. Though the album was loved by the critics, it did not sell well commercially.