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Masques - Brand X (3) - Masques (CD, Album)

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  1. Masques is a very strong album by Brand X mainstays John Goodsall (guitar), Percy Jones (bass) and Robin Lumley (keyboards), Morris Pert (percussion) and session drummer Chuck Burgi. Easily on a par with Moroccan Roll, for instance. There are numerous highlights (Deadly Nightshade, Ghost of Mayfield Lodge, The Poke)/5(38).
  2. Without the drumming of Phil Collins, who does appear on some of Brand X's albums, Masques still maintains a snug, jazzy-prog milieu and comes off clean and tight. Each song has a different beat, speed, and tempo with a satisfying assortment of keyboards and percussion instruments to keep the entire album 6/
  3. Brand X (3) Masques ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RP) Virgin, Charisma: CASCD UK & Europe: Unknown: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection Add to Wantlist Remove from Wantlist. Marketplace /5(3).
  4. Masques is the album by the British jazz fusion group Brand X. This was the band's first studio recording without drummer Phil Collins. The rear of the album cover has a photo of the crowd.
  5. Brand X are a jazz fusion band formed in London in They were active until , followed by a reformation between – Noted members included John Goodsall (guitar), Percy Jones (bass), Robin Lumley (keyboards) and Phil Collins (drums). Goodsall and Jones were the sole constant members throughout the band's existence.
  6. Masques by simsim. Brand X - Black Moon Brand X - Algon (Where an Ordinary Cup of Drinking Chocolate Costs £8,,,) Brand X - April (from the album "Product" ) by.
  7. Listen to your favorite songs from Masques by Brand X Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  8. After a couple of really well-working Brand X releases, the band went on a bit different path than before with "Masques". This album can be seen as a tighter, quirkier and harder release but still with the usual Brand X playfulness and the amazingly solid instrumentation/5(15).

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