Out of the Blue (2001)
Album Artwork
Track List
Title Length
1 Journey to the Centre of the Earth 16' 43"
2 Buried Alive 6' 45"
3 Jane Seymour 4' 42"
4 No Earthly Connection/The Prisoner 11' 49"
5 Catherine Parr 9' 45"
6 The Visit 5' 40"
7 Return of the Phantom 2' 20"
8 Starship Trooper 7' 21"
9 Wurm 9' 2"
Artist List
Name Instrument
Rick Wakeman Keyboards
Adam Wakeman Keyboards & Backing Vocals
Tony Fernandez Drums & Percussion
Damian Wilson Vocals
Ant Glynne Guitars & Backing Vocals
Lee Pomeroy Bass
Catalogue
Type Cat No. Label Country
CD MFCD005 Music Fusion Worldwide
Miscellaneous Information
Equipment Studio Engineering
•Recorded April 21st 2001 at the Teatro Coliseo in Buenos Aires, Argentina •Live - Ian Barfoot
•Remix - Stuart Sawney
•Mastering - John Burns
Rick's Perspective
Notes
Wakey's Verdict
Little Known Trivia
Reviews

David Momberg on 27/10/2003 [Other reviews by David Momberg ]

I puchased this at Rick's concert in Atlanta and recommend it to everyone, but esp. to those who will be catching the remaining concerts on this tour since it is one of only 3 available at the shows! For those of you who haven't heard the current lineup of the ERE-it is definetely a "heavier" sound esp. due to Damien Wilson's vocals and Ant Glynne's guitar-which are both excellent and spotlighted on this live recording from 2001. The updated versions of "Journey", "Jane Seymour", and "No Earthly connection/the prisoner" are better than ever, the version of "Buried Alive" really rocks hard, and "Starship trooper" features great playing by Rick, his son Adam, and Ant. The only thing I really missed was a audio version of 'Merlin" with the dueling keyboards of Rick and son like that featured on the DVD-I realize it is a different show apparantely. Overall, great production and mixing-all of the musicans are very tight. Great addition to your RW collection!


Colin Boyle on 16/06/2003 [Other reviews by Colin Boyle ]

After not listening to any of Ricks work for over a decade I saw a selection of newish CD's in my local store. I can only say that I am glad I bought it. Since then I have seen him live (Out There Tour) and two weeks ago YES. This is Rick doing what he does best, play superb rock-keyboards - the vocals are great, and this album should be a must for any listeners new or old to Mr Wakeman. 10/10