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ced5a5f5e9 I have no idea how else to do it justice. There's also a lot of ISOTLC material that likewise sounds distressingly similar to the studio versions; similarity is one thing, but if you're not expressly labeling your collection as a partial compilation of studio material, you shouldn't make it one. It reminds me greatly of Yes' "Turn of the Century" in the way it is gradually built from a simple acoustic romantic ditty into an overwhelmingly emotional ode of love. Plus, the overall 'atmosphere' of this work completely and totally defies description - it is like nothing I have ever heard or encountered before, nor do I imagine that this will change in the future. The orchestra then picks up again with "The Other Side of Life".
But the songs are timeless and they're all strong, and they far overshadow the orchestral bits. The crux of the album, however, comes from the fifth disc; it is the previously unreleased tracks of Red Rocks, and it makes the whole set worth it. I wish it had done better. In fact I am very glad there better Hayward offerings I still have yet to hear. Plus we don't get any of the tasteful string arrangements like on "Nervous" and "Talking out of Turn." The production is more generic -- the latter dayAlan Parsons Project came to mindthe first time I played it.The lyrics are also getting weaker, either too sketchy ("Blue World," "Meet Me Halfway," "Sitting at the Wheel") or too trite ("Running Water," "It's Cold Outside of Your Heart"). Feel free to get it. He's an underrated contributor to the band and he was sorely under represented on the Time Traveler box. Still, at least it was a start, and I'd like to think that I've come a long ways since then.