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  Steven Wilson: Grace for Drowning
  Steven Wilson
Track listing:
  1. Grace for Drowning
2. Sectarian
3. Deform to Form a Star
4. No Part of Me
5. Postcard
6. Raider Prelude
7. Remainder the Black Dog
8. Belle De Jour
9. Index
10. Track One
11. Raider II
12. Like Dust I Have Cleared from My Eye
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Recording info:
  2.0 LPCM 24bit/96kHz
5.1 DTS HD MA 24bit/96kHz
  This BD also contains:
2 bonus audio tracks (Home in Negative, Fluid Tap); 6 work in progress demo versions; Films for 5 of the album tracks; Photo gallery

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Review by wiggy57 February 19, 2015 (3 of 4 found this review helpful)
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I have only just found the music of Steven Wilson. I have, now several of his various DVD-A & Blu-Ray audio discs in the various guise's that he has. My favourite of all his albums is this one " Grace For Drowning", mainly for one track. Track 5 "Postcard", this has to be one of the most beautiful love song ever penned after God Only Knows by The Beach Boys. This track grew and grew on me to the point where I have it on repeat play, which I listen to at least 5 - 10 times, and never get tired of it. The way it starts with a simple piano and grows and grows with each new verse. Genius! How this guy isn't bigger than he is now is one of the mystery of the rock world. The Multi channel delivery of this track is heavenly, in fact the whole album is worth a 10 out of 10.
On another note, I don't think Steve Wilson has had anything to do with the Rick Wakeman multichannel releases. I can't find his name on any of the disc covers. Shame, he undoubtably would have improved the sound even further.
Looking forward to March 2nd, and the release of Steve's next album.

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