Tim Bowness ‎– Lost In The Ghost Light

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Tim Bowness Lost In The Ghost Light(8xFile, FLAC, Album) Inside Out Music none Europe 2017
IOMSECD 473, 88985405432 Tim Bowness Lost In The Ghost Light(CD, Album + DVD, Multichannel + S/Edition) Inside Out Music, Inside Out Music IOMSECD 473, 88985405432 Europe 2017 Sell This Version
IOMSECD 473, 88985405432 Tim Bowness Lost In The Ghost Light(CD, Album, Unofficial) Inside Out Music (2), Inside Out Music (2) IOMSECD 473, 88985405432 Russia 2017 Sell This Version
none Tim Bowness Lost In The Ghost Light(CDr, Album, Promo) Inside Out Music none Germany 2017 Sell This Version
IOMLP 473, 88985405441 Tim Bowness Lost In The Ghost Light(LP, Album, 180 + CD, Album) Inside Out Music, Inside Out Music IOMLP 473, 88985405441 Europe 2017 Sell This Version
IOMLP 473, 88985405441 Tim Bowness Lost In The Ghost Light(LP, Album, Gol + CD, Album + Ltd, Num) Inside Out Music, Inside Out Music IOMLP 473, 88985405441 UK 2017 Sell This Version
IOMLP 473, 88985405441 Tim Bowness Lost In The Ghost Light(LP, Album, Ora + CD, Album + Ltd) Inside Out Music, Inside Out Music IOMLP 473, 88985405441 Germany 2017 Sell This Version

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hafler3o

hafler3o

May 17, 2018
referencing Lost In The Ghost Light, 8xFile, FLAC, Album, none

Anyone who never quite got enough of the style of prog on an album such as 'And Then There Were Three' should definitely check this out. Tim is a far superior vocalist and the musicians are all on top form. It just remains for you, the listener, to decide if the material here is good enough to stand up and be counted. I think it does.
AloneWithStrangers

AloneWithStrangers

February 18, 2017
referencing Lost In The Ghost Light, CD, Album + DVD, Multichannel + S/Edition, IOMSECD 473, 88985405432
Whilst it's great that in addition to the 5.1 mixes, a hi-res stereo copy of this album and 'Stupid Things That Mean The World" are included on the DVD at "24bit/96khz", the music has actually been limited to 44.1khz. What a flaming pointless thing to do Mr Bowness.