A Plague Of The Lighthouse Keepers - Van Der Graaf* - Vital (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Vital, an Album by Van der Graaf. Released in July on PVC (catalog no. PVC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock, Art Rock.
  2. John Anthony " A Plague of Lighthouse Keepers " is a track from the English band Van der Graaf Generator 's fourth album Pawn Hearts (). The song has many changes in time signature and key signature, and even incorporates some musique concrète.
  3. Van Der Graaf Generator - A Plague Of Lighthouse Keepers (Medley) - Digital Remaster Lyrics. a.) Eyewitness Still waiting for my saviour, storms tear me limb from limb; my fingers feel like seaweed I'm so far out I'm too far in.
  4. A Plague of Lighthouse Keepers Van der Graaf Generator. Produced by John Anthony. Album Pawn Hearts. A Plague of Lighthouse Keepers Lyrics. I. Eyewitness [Verse 1] Still waiting for my saviour.
  5. May 06,  · Van der Graaf Generator - Medley: A Plague Of Lighthouse Keepers/Sleepwalkers Track no.5 from the live album Vital released in Line-up / Musicians - Graham Smith / violin - .
  6. This album is deep, both musically & lyrically. The song tells the tale of a lighthouse keeper who wrestles with lonliness, depression and insanity due to his intense isolation. He eventually finds comfort & meaning in suicide.
  7. Jan 14,  · Netherlands A Plague of lighthouse Keepers of Van Der Graaf Generator from the Pawn Heart album is for my one of the strangest, disturbing and demanding pieces of music i have listen to in my life. Not only the music but also lyrically. But a interview with Peter Hammill in Melody Maker(january 29 ) makes it a little bit clearer for my.
  8. Jul 01,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Van Der Graaf Generator - A Plague of Lighthouse Keepers (Live) YouTube Van der Graaf Generator - Time Vaults (Full Album) - .
  9. The album (on vinyl and, later, on CD) was credited under the abbreviated name Van der Graaf, like the previous year's The Quiet Zone/The Pleasure Dome (), and featured the same line-up plus newcomer cellist/keyboardist Charles Dickie, who had officially joined the band in August , and original saxophonist and flautist David Jackson, who re-joined the band for this recording.

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