echolyn / Ray Weston | This is My Halo

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This is My Halo

by echolyn / Ray Weston

Francis Dunnery Meets Wilco
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Why Now
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2. Idle Hands
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3. The Evil Almighty
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4. When I Fall
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5. Charles Bronson
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6. Lonesome Secrets
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7. The Most Violent, The Beautiful
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8. Little Thing
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9. 81702
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10. A Dead Give Away
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11. This is My Halo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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2003 solo album from Ray Weston - in the style of Francis Dunnery meets Wilco.


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Tracy Shew

Amazing Solo CD
Ray Weston's solo cd is simply amazing. Those familiar with Echolyn will of course be familiar with Ray - his voice, to me, always invokes Moody Blues' Justin Hayward. (An impression underscored on this disc by use of mellotron on a couple of tracks.) Imagine that married not with the usual musical precision of progressive music a'la Echolyn (although there is a touch of that), but with a much more varied, imaginitive flow of lyricism and styles, incorporating pop, alternative, and more classic rock elements into a mix that is sure to please. No two songs are alike, nothing repetitive, and some of them are so beautiful that they can make you ache. Highly recommended.

Mark Hughes

Excellent debut solo album from Echolyn singer
Ray Weston maintains the high quality of the echolyn family output with his excellent debut solo effort. Weston is in fine voice with an eclectic mixture of gret compositions that will appeal to Echolyn fans and beyond.