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8 thoughts on “ Gravy Train - Staircase To The Day (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Active from to , Gravy Train blended the English classic rock sound with progressive movements on their final album Staircase to the Day (). Adorned with evocative artwork by designer Roger Dean and full of fantastic detailed songs and excellent vocals, highlights come in the form of dynamic opener "Starbright Starlight" and power ballad "Bring My Life Back To Me" where.
  2. The band first came to public attention when they signed to Vertigo Records in Gravy Train recorded two classic progressive rock albums for the label before signing with Pye Records’ progressive label, Dawn in “Staircase to the Day” was the band’s second album for Dawn Records.
  3. Artist Release Name Label Format Year Country; Gravy Train: Gravy Train: Vertigo: LP, Album,, Germany: Gravy Train: Gravy Train: RR LX.
  4. Second album, by many critics and followers hailed as their best, came later that same year (december ) titled: "(A Ballad of) a Peaceful Man". That also saw the ending of contractaul obligations with Vertigo. However Dawn records signed them for another 2 albums. "Second Birth" were released in and "Staircase to the Day"
  5. Of which this album by Gravy Train is a prime example. From pure rock to mind blowing soundscapes like " Bring my life back to me " and " Never wanted you " with an almost Uriah Heep feel to it. An album full of intrigue, variety and great imagination, just have to listen to " Staircase to the day " hear it/5(30).
  6. Find album release information for Staircase to the Day - Gravy Train on AllMusic. Find album release information for Staircase to the Day - Gravy Train on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases LP: Staircase to the Day: Jvc Victor
  7. A Music On Vinyl label re-release of Gravy Train’s classic album (also celebrated for its memorable Roger Dean cover). g vinyl in gatefold.
  8. Gravy Train was a progressive rock group from Lancashire, England, formed by vocalist and guitarist Norman Barratt in Also featuring J.D. Hughes (keyboards, vocals, wind), Les Williams (bass, vocals) and Barry Davenport (drums), the band would record four studio albums. The first two were released on the Vertigo label, the latter two by Dawn Records.

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