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Trevor Rabin / Jacaranda
Жанр: Progressive Rock, Jazz, Instrumental
Год издания: 2012
Страна: South Africa
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 43:32
Источник (релизер): вата (boscoman)
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
1. "Spider Boogie" 0:52
2. "Market Street" 5:35
3. "Anerley Road" 7:14
4. "Through The Tunnel" 5:55
5. "The Branch Office" 2:06
6. "Rescue" 3:57
7. "Killarney 1 & 2" 3:55
8. "Storks Bill Geranium Waltz" 1:02
9. "Me And My Boy" 3:14
10. "Freethought" 2:15
11. "Zoo Lake" 4:09
12. "Gazania" 3:12
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Об исполнителе (группе)
Trevor Rabin
Биография: Тревор Рабин (Trevor Rabin) родился в Южной Африке. Свою музыкальную карьеру Рабин начал в группе CONGLOMERATION, после чего, в качестве сессионного музыканта он участвовал в проекте FREEDOM’S CHILDREN. Однако вскоре он вновь объединился со своими коллегами по CONGLOMERATION и основал группу RABBITT. Эта группа практически была неизвестна за пределами его родины, однако в Южной Африке считалась из самых известных, и за многие годы завоевала солидную популярность, доказательством чему продажи ее альбомов. Группа не раз выступала на переполненных жаркими африканскими фэнами площадках. Особенно крупный успех к ним пришел в 1976-м году, когда они записали кавер-версию композиции JETHRO TULL «Locomotive Breath». Однако дни RABBIT были сочтены, так как Рабин переехал в Лондон, решив добиться мирового признания. Там он организовал свой собственный лейбл Blue Chip и подписал контракт с Chrysalis Records.
Первый сольный альбом Рабина был выпущен в 1978-м году. Рабин сыграл на всех инструментах, за исключением барабанов. Место же за барабанной установкой занял Кевин Крюгер (Kevin Kruger), который исполнил ту же самую работу и на втором сольнике Рабина «Face To Face», выпущенном в 1980-м году. Помимо сольной деятельности Рабин занимался и студийной продюсерской работой, на его счету разные группы, в числе которых и WILD HORSES. Гитару Рабина можно слышать на альбомах MANFREDD MANN’S EARTH BAND «Chance» и «Somewhere In Africa». В качестве сессионного музыканта участвовал он и в других проектах, например, записался на альбоме группы STREETBAND «Dilemma».
Третий сольный альбом Рабина был назван «Wolf» и выпущен в 1981-м году. Эта запись стала наиболее популярной из всех записей Рабина, что и не удивительно, ведь на этот раз он подобрал звездный состав. Продюсером выступил Рэй Дэйвис (Ray Davies) из THE KINKS. Басистом значился Джек Брюс (Jack Bruce) из CREAM, басист Mo Фостер (Mo Foster) из MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, вокалист Стив Лэндж (Stevie Lange) из NIGHT, и сессионный барабанщик Саймон Филипс (Simon Phillips). Кроме того, помог Манфред Манн и его вокалист Крис Томпсон (Chris Thopmpson).
После этого оказалось, что Рабин востребован очень многими музыкантами. Он репетировал с ASIA, а также помогал Рику Вэйкмэну (Rick Wakeman), Джону Вэттону (John Wetton) и Карлу Палмэру (Carl Palmer). После этого он создал группу CINEMA, куда, помимо него, вошли бывшие участники состава YES. И, когда к ним присоединился первый вокалист YES Джон Андэрсэн (Jon Anderson), группа CINEMA эволюционировала в новую реинкарнацию YES. В 1983-м году YES записывают альбом «90125», для которого Рабин сочинил хитовую композицию «Owner Of A Lonely Heart». Этот диск достиг мультиплатинового статуса, такая же участь постигла и последующий альбом «Big Generator». Однако диск «Union» не оправдал возложенных на него надежд, и Рабин вновь погрузился в сольную деятельность. В 1985-м году он выступил продюсером на альбоме Джона Майлса (John Miles) «Transition» и в качестве композитора появился на альбоме QUIET RIOT 1988-го года.
В 1989-м году выходит очередной сольный альбом Рабина, названный «Can’t Look Away», продюсером которого был Боб Эзрин (Bob Ezrin). Партии барабанов исполнил коллега Рабина по YES Алан Уайт (Alan White). В том же году Рабин помог в записи альбома BONHAM «Disregard Of The Time Keeping». Помимо того Рабин выступил как гитарист на альбомах таких поп-исполнителей как Пол Роджерс (Paul Rodgers) и Тина Тернер (Tina Turner). В 1999-м году он записывался на альбоме Рика Вэйкмэна «Return То The Centre Of The Earth». Автор многих саундтрэков.
Trevor Charles Rabin (born 13 January 1954) is a South African born musician, best known as a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for the British progressive rock band Yes from 1982–1994, then as a film composer.
Early years
Rabin was born into a family of classical musicians in Johannesburg, South Africa, where his father Godfrey was lead violinist for the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra and also a lawyer. Educated at Parktown Boys' High School in Johannesburg, he took formal piano training before discovering the guitar at age 12. He joined one of his first bands, The Other, when he was 13. His parents encouraged his talents toward rock music, although Rabin would maintain his interest in classical music throughout his career. Rabin also briefly studied orchestration at the University of Johannesburg and trained to be a conductor;[2] he later arranged and conducted for many artists in South Africa.
Rabin's early influences included Arnold Schoenberg, Tchaikovsky, Cliff Richard and the Shadows, The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix. He also dabbled with progressive and heavy rock with his first band, The Conglomeration, as well as joining the prominent anti-apartheid rock band Freedom's Children for a year in 1972. During this same period, Rabin became a highly sought after session guitarist and bassist, playing with many jazz bands in South Africa. When Rabin fulfilled his obligation to the South African Army at age 19, he served with the entertainment division.
Rabin formed his first major recording group, Rabbitt, along with Neil Cloud (drums), Ronnie Robot (bass guitar), and Duncan Faure (keyboards, guitar, vocals). Rabbitt evolved from The Conglomeration prior to Rabin's year of military conscription in 1973. The band started to gain popularity in 1975 after appearing at Johannesburg's "Take It Easy" club. Their first single, released in 1972, was a cover of Jethro Tull's "Locomotive Breath",[4] which later appeared on their debut album, Boys Will Be Boys released on Jo'Burg Records in 1975. The album features original songs mostly penned by Rabin.[5]
Rabbitt's second album, A Croak and a Grunt in the Night, was released in 1977.[6] Rabin went on to win a South African Sarie music award (that country's answer to the Grammy Awards) for his co-production on the album, and the band won a Sarie for Best Contemporary Music Artist in 1976 and 1977.[7] The band then gained with a short-term record distribution deal with Capricorn in the United States, but Rabbitt were unable to tour abroad because of continuing international disapproval of South Africa's apartheid policies. As a result, Trevor Rabin decided to leave South Africa. Rabbitt went on to record the album, Rock Rabbitt without Rabin before disbanding in 1978.
Rabin recorded his first solo album Beginnings in 1977 featuring Trevor on all instruments save drums. After an initial South African release on RPM Records it was re-sequenced with new material and given a different cover for release in England and the US simply as Trevor Rabin (Re-issued on CD in 2003 by Voiceprint Records under the original title). While some songs were reminiscent of Rabbitt, Rabin's guitar playing was more prominent as it would continue to be on his successive solo albums.
Beginning in 1977, Rabin fronted various disco-oriented studio projects, including Disco Rock Machine, which released two albums Time To Love and Disco Rock Machine 2 in South Africa and continental Europe[8] as well as The Tee Cee's and Slang. Rabin acted as producer, arranger, songwriter, guitarist and keyboard player for these projects.
Rabin relocated to London in 1978 after establishing the production company Blue Chip Music and struck an international deal with Chrysalis Records.
In transition: the UK and Los Angeles
Along with a budding solo career, Rabin began working as a producer, having already began his career as a session player at age 16. Some of his prominent work included South African vocalist Margaret Singana ("Where Is The Love?"), fellow South African expatriate Manfred Mann and his Earth Band, and Wild Horses, featuring former members of Thin Lizzy and Rainbow. Rabin still found time to record his second album Face to Face, touring the United Kingdom in support of Steve Hillage in late 1979.
Face to Face had the melodic guitar style of his first solo album, but also took a more hard-edged approach on such songs as "The Ripper" and "Now". Rolling Stone's first edition of their Record Guide criticized Rabin's music for its hook-ridden ballads but still gave his first two albums moderate ratings for their overall technical qualities.
With the growth of the Punk scene in the late '70s, power-pop and hard rock music had fallen out of fashion in England. Neither of Rabin's first two solo albums found any commercial success. He began looking for more fertile ground for what would be characterized in the U.S. as album-oriented rock (AOR).
In 1981, he released the album Wolf, co-produced with Ray Davies of The Kinks. Manfred Mann's Earth Band members Chris Thompson and Manfred Mann made vocal and musical contributions to the album. Wolf marks Rabin's first collaboration with former Cream bassist Jack Bruce and session drummer Simon Phillips. Following the release of the album, Rabin severed ties with Chrysalis Records as he felt they did little to promote the album.
In 1981, Rabin moved to Los Angeles and signed with Geffen Records. He briefly recorded new material with a rhythm section consisting of future Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali and bassist Mark Andes, who would later join Heart. Some of these demo recordings developed into the Yes songs "Hold On" and "Make It Easy".
Although Geffen Records dropped his contract in 1982, Trevor Rabin kept composing material for his projected fourth solo album in Los Angeles. As a keyboardist, he also considered touring as a session player for Foreigner. During this time, Rabin auditioned with the prog-rock supergroup Asia in the run-up to their first album. Prior to that, Rabin was to have been part of a proposed supergroup with future Asia members John Wetton and Carl Palmer and also ex-Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman.
Rabin's career stalled briefly after Wolf. While in London, he met bassist Chris Squire and drummer Alan White, longtime members of Yes, who had experienced their own difficulties following the apparent demise of the band in 1981. Liking one another's ideas, Rabin, Squire and White began collaborating under the name Cinema in early 1982. Later on they enlisted original Yes keyboardist Tony Kaye to complement their live performances.
Produced by yet another former Yes member, Trevor Horn, what was to become the 90125 album came together over eight months in 1982. During his time in Los Angeles, Rabin had written several songs that formed the project's nucleus. "Owner of a Lonely Heart" evolved into a riff-oriented song that Horn seized upon as a potential single. Atco Records liked the group's demo, but raised the question of whether they needed a separate vocalist. Horn was invited to join Cinema for this reason, but the producer refused Squire's offer.
With the question of a vocalist still up in the air, Squire encountered longtime Yes vocalist Jon Anderson at a Los Angeles party and Anderson expressed interest in hearing what Cinema were working on. Squire acquiesced, and Anderson was so impressed by the songs he heard, especially "Leave It", that he joined the group very late in the recording of 90125, contributing vocals and lyrics to the mostly already-written songs. Now featuring four former members of Yes (not even counting the producer), the band and record company (over Rabin's objections) chose to revive the Yes name rather than call the project Cinema, a name which in any case was already in use.[10] The new Yes would meet with critical and commercial success, though not without some harsh criticism from fans of earlier incarnations of the band.
Both "Owner of a Lonely Heart" and "Leave It" became major hits, with "Owner" being the band's only #1 single in most major markets including the US. Along with heavy airplay of several other tracks, this helped propel 90125 to six million sales between 1983 and 1985, making it the most commercially successful of all Yes albums. Yes also received a Grammy award in 1984 for the instrumental "Cinema". The band toured behind the album, in a series of well-received concerts across Europe and the Americas. In England and North America, many younger fans were introduced to the earlier Yes catalogue because of the success of the 90125 album and its popular singles.
Rabin almost did not make the 90125 tour, because of a swimming accident in Florida just before the 1984 tour kicked off. According to interviews from the period, Rabin was injured severely when a large woman hit his midsection while jumping into a hotel swimming pool. He endured an emergency splenectomy and returned to Yes in time to begin the tour.
9012Live debuted as a live album and video package, taken from the group's 1984 shows in Edmonton, Canada and Dortmund, Germany. On the former recording, Trevor Rabin contributed his acoustic guitar solo, "Solly's Beard". During this time he also appeared as a session guitarist on Frankie Goes to Hollywood's debut album Welcome to the Pleasuredome, also produced by Horn.
In late 1985, Yes began recording its next album with Trevor Horn, but the production became bogged down due largely to personal differences among Anderson, Squire and Horn. Eventually, Rabin assumed control of the project, with Horn resigning as producer well before recording was complete. Rough tape demos have emerged with Trevor Rabin singing lead vocals on "Final Eyes" and "Rhythm of Love."
Big Generator emerged in late 1987, with singles "Love Will Find a Way" and "Rhythm of Love." Both were modest chart hits compared to the singles from 90125, though the album sold very well. The song "Shoot High, Aim Low" featured a dual lead vocal between Rabin and Jon Anderson. The 1988 Big Generator tour of the U.S. missed several dates after Rabin collapsed from influenza.
After the tour, Anderson left Yes for the second time, though his departure would prove short-lived. Trevor Rabin expressed a guarded neutrality over the split between Jon Anderson and Chris Squire, who briefly led rival groups consisting of Yes members. Squire held the Yes name, which now encompassed himself, Rabin, White and Kaye; Anderson formed Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe – a line-up he felt better represented Yes. A lawsuit between Arista and Atlantic Records ensued.
While this legal wrangling was in progress, Rabin completed his fourth solo album (which was to be his last for over 20 years), Can't Look Away, released in 1989. The album's lead single, "Something to Hold On To", earned a Grammy nomination for Best Short Form Music Video and topped the AOR charts for two weeks. But despite some positive reviews, and extensive marketing from Elektra Records neither "Something to Hold on To," nor Rabin's anti-apartheid ballad "Sorrow (Your Heart)" managed to crack the American Top-40 charts. Trevor Rabin toured between 1989 and 1990 with drummer Lou Molino III (one of Rabin's best friends and a featured player on his soundtracks), fretless bassist Jim Simmons and keyboardist-composer Mark Mancina.
The nationwide Can't Look Away tour attracted a modest number of Yes fans, and has since been documented with 2003's Live in LA, featuring interpretations of '80s Yes material, as well as highlights from his Wolf album. Rabin's solo band also performed an instrumental version of a 90125 outtake, "You Know Something I Don't Know". On this tour, Rabin also unveiled part of "Lift Me Up", which would become the lead single for Union. If this indicated any plans for a fifth Rabin solo album, these would be overtaken by further Yes-related events.
Also In 1989, Trevor was a session musician for Bonham's album The Disregard of Timekeeping and Mr. Mister's previously unreleased album Pull.
In late 1990, Chris Squire's Yes line-up (still including Rabin) had been jettisoned by Atlantic Records after creative differences. During an interview with Mike Tiano in 2003, Trevor Rabin expressed considerable disdain for Atlantic Records executive Derek Shulman (one-time frontman of progressive rock band Gentle Giant) who damned Rabin with faint praise as "the one who writes the hits."
Rabin would find himself once again in precisely that position when he received a call from Jon Anderson in 1991. After a gold album and lucrative tour, Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe's second album for Arista had encountered a creative block. Anderson asked Rabin for creative input, but after Can't Look Away, Rabin did not have much new material on-hand. Even so, he submitted a demo of three songs, thinking the record company would select one. Instead, all three were accepted: "Lift Me Up", "Saving My Heart" and "Miracle of Life".
Arista subsequently made what Rabin later described as a "42nd floor boardroom decision," and brought both Yes line-ups together—although at no point did the recording of Union simultaneously feature all eight members of the touring group, and its sessions were augmented by a small army of session musicians. Rabin only appeared on one-third of the album, although two of his songs were released as singles – "Lift Me Up" and "Saving My Heart" – which were also performed live on the tour, on alternating dates. Trevor Rabin expressed dislike of the Union project, but still took part in the supporting tour, where he developed a lasting friendship with Rick Wakeman, often accompanying his keyboard performances onstage.
To no-one's great surprise, the eight-person lineup did not survive the end of the tour. Howe and Bruford were the first to leave, the former at least partly due to unwillingness to share the spotlight with Rabin; and while Wakeman was very interested in working with the band and especially Rabin, he could not commit to dates. This effectively left Yes with the same lineup that had recorded "90125" and "Big Generator". 1992 and 1993 featured a series of negotiations between the short-lived Victory Music (not to be confused with a Chicago-based indie alt-rock outfit called Victory Records) and this so-called Yes West line-up. Phil Carson, responsible for Emerson, Lake & Palmer's comeback in 1992, invited the Yes 90125 lineup to record a third album. Rabin had also hoped the next Yes project would have involved Wakeman, but owing to managerial problems, the plan fell through in 1993.
As Victory Records' budget could not include an outside producer, Trevor Rabin undertook the mission. During sessions, he used a then-innovative digital hard-disk recording method now in common use in many studios. Although some Yes fans, and even Rabin himself, have criticised the limitations of digital sound, Talk made music recording history with its technical achievements.
Talk featured the final collaboration between Rabin and Jon Anderson, who had hitherto completed the last few albums after the principal writing. While "Endless Dream" would become something of a fan favourite, the album and tour did not fare particularly well commercially. Only reaching #33 in Billboard, Talk achieved the weakest sales of any album Yes had released in over 20 years. Despite live exposure on Late Night with David Letterman, both "The Calling" and "Walls" failed to catch as singles during the height of the popularity of alternative music. The 1994 tour in support of Talk, though generally well received by those who attended, fared only a little better than the album, with some venues full and others at less than half capacity. While some fans—and Steve Howe—employed the press and Internet to blame Trevor Rabin's influence, certain tour dates were simply given low promotion by radio stations. Despite this mixed performance, numerous bootleg recordings exist, because the Talk concerts were simultaneously broadcast on FM radio frequency—allowing Yes fans to make high-quality tapes. Trevor Rabin went on record as being supportive of this particular form of music-sharing.
Ultimately, the Talk tour ended on 11 October 1994 amid recriminations. By the end of the following year, Rabin had left Yes and, except for a small number of special events such as a tribute to Horn, has not played with the band since. He did, however, finally get to work with Wakeman, contributing lead vocals and guitar solos to "Never is a Long, Long Time," from Wakeman's Return to the Centre of the Earth in 1999.
In 2008, Trevor was contacted by Yes members and their new management inviting him to tour with the band in the later part of the year. "I appreciate the invite and miss the excitement of playing live. Unfortunately, my schedule just does not allow for it this year," Trevor was quoted as saying.
As of mid-2011, Rabin is collaborating with Anderson and Wakeman on a new Anderson-Wakeman-Rabin album, and likely some concerts in 2012. They're writing music, and Wakeman said he hopes the album is completed by the end of 2011. The trio unsuccessfully attempted to recruit Bill Bruford to drum on the album.
Following the 1994 tour, Trevor Rabin resigned from Yes to become a soundtrack composer.
Trevor Rabin has been a naturalised U.S. citizen since 1991. In 1996, he visited his native South Africa and performed Yes and Rabbitt songs during the Prince's Trust Concert. In 2003 Trevor Rabin released demo versions of pre-90125 Yes compositions and solo work, entitled 90124, as well as Live in LA, recorded at the Roxy in Los Angeles in late 1989. In 2004 Rabin performed in aid of the Prince's Trust with Yes at the Wembley Arena in London, where he served as lead guitarist and lead singer. The show was a tribute to producer Trevor Horn. The concert DVD is called Slaves to the Rhythm.
Trevor Rabin has scored over three dozen films which include: Bad Company, Con Air, Homegrown, Armageddon, Jack Frost (in which Rabin appeared onscreen in two scenes), Deep Blue Sea, Gone in 60 Seconds, Remember the Titans, The 6th Day, The Banger Sisters, Kangaroo Jack, Bad Boys 2, The Great Raid, Exorcist: The Beginning, National Treasure, Coach Carter, Glory Road, Snakes on a Plane, The Glimmer Man, Flyboys, Gridiron Gang, Hot Rod, The Guardian, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, Get Smart, Race to Witch Mountain, 12 Rounds, G-Force, and The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Along with several Grammy nominations and one Grammy win, Trevor Rabin also has received eleven BMI film score awards, and has received a lifetime achievement award from the Temecula Film Festival. His composition "Titans Spirit" from Remember the Titans has been frequently featured in NBC's closing montage and credits for their Olympics coverage. It was also played following United States President-Elect Barack Obama's speech upon winning the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election, and served as the backdrop for the ensuing celebration. Rabin also composed the theme for TNT's coverage of the National Basketball Association in 2009 and the theme for NCAA's March Madness in 2011 (the latter being a remix of the longtime CBS college basketball theme).
Rabin composed the score for Disney's Mission: Space attraction at Epcot.
Trevor Rabin appeared in an instructional guitar video titled Instructional DVD for Guitar • Trevor Rabin, for Star Licks Productions.
On 9 July 2010 Rabin accompanied Yes for the first time in 6 years at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and played the encore, "Owner of a Lonely Heart".
On 23 June 2011 Rabin was awarded at the 26th Annual ASCAP Film & Television Music Awards in the Top Box Office Films category for The Sorcerer's Apprentice.
Rabin's all-instrumental solo album Jacaranda was released on 8 May 2012 through Varèse Sarabande. Rabin plays all of the instruments himself, with the exception of drums, for which he brought in noted jazz/rock drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, longtime Rabin drummer and collaborator Lou Molino III, and his son Ryan. Tal Wilkenfeld plays bass on track 3 and Liz Constintine is the vocalist on track 6.
On 28 June 2012 Rabin was presented with the Henry Mancini Award at the 27th Annual ASCAP Film & Television Music Awards. Rabin also performed Owner of a Lonely Heart with his son's band Grouplove.
Rabin names Bernard Herrmann as his favourite score composer.[2] He has named Arnold Schoenberg as one of his favourite classical composers, and him and other classical composers – Beethoven, Sibelius, Elgar and Tchaikovsky – as influences. He names Jimi Hendrix, Steve Morse, Jeff Beck, and John McLaughlin as his favourite guitarists.
Personal life
Rabin has been married for nearly three decades to Shelley May. They reside in Los Angeles and have one son, Ryan Rabin, who was a drummer for The Anthem and The Outline, and is currently in the band Grouplove.
Rabin's father was Jewish and his mother converted to Judaism. He was raised Jewish and in a 2004 interview explained the profound influence Judaism has had on his life.
With Rabbitt
Boys Will Be Boys (1975)
A Croak and A Grunt in the Night (1977)
Morning Light (maxi-single) (1977)
1972-1978: Limited Souvenir Edition (EP) (1978)
With Yes
90125 (1983)
Big Generator (1987)
Union (1991)
Talk (1994)
Solo albums
Trevor Rabin (1978) original title for ZA release Beginnings (1977) (re-released 2003)
Face to Face (1979)
Wolf (1981)
Can't Look Away (1989)
Live in LA (2003)
90124 (2003)
Jacaranda (2012)
Film scores
Death of a Snowman (released in South Africa in 1976, released worldwide in 1978)
The Glimmer Man (1996)
Con Air (1997) (With Mark Mancina)
Homegrown (1998)
Armageddon (1998) (With Harry Gregson-Williams)
Enemy Of The State (1998) (With Harry Gregson-Williams)
Jack Frost (1998)
Deep Blue Sea (1999)
Whispers: An Elephant's Tale (2000)
Gone In 60 Seconds (2000)
Remember The Titans (2000)
The 6th Day (2000)
Texas Rangers (2001)
American Outlaws (2001)
Rock Star (2001)
The One (2001)
Bad Company (2002)
The Banger Sisters (2003)
Kangaroo Jack (2003)
Bad Boys II (2003)
Torque (2004)
Exorcist: The Beginning (2004)
National Treasure (2004)
Coach Carter (2005)
The Great Raid (2005)
Glory Road (2006)
Flyboys (2006)
Snakes on a Plane (2006)
Gridiron Gang (2006)
The Guardian (2006)
Hot Rod (2007)
National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)
Get Smart (2008)
Race to Witch Mountain (2009)
12 Rounds (2009)
G-Force (2009)
The Last Shot (2010)
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010)
I Am Number Four (2011)
5 Days of War (2011)
The Movement: One Man Joins an Uprising (2011)
Guest appearances/collaborations
Margaret Singana – Where Is the Love (1976) – Producer, Arranger
Manfred Mann's Earth Band – Chance (1980) – Producer
Wild Horses – Wild Horses (1980) – Co-Producer
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Somewhere in Afrika (1982) - Guitar
Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Welcome to the Pleasuredome (1984) – Guitar
Jon Anderson – 3 Ships (1985) – Guitar
Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Liverpool (1986) – Guitar
Lisa Hartman – 'Til My Heart Stops (1987) – Guitar
Marc Jordan – Talking Through Pictures (1987) – Guitar
Bonham – The Disregard of Timekeeping (1989) – Bass, Background Vocals
Seal – Seal (1991) – Guitar
Paul Rodgers – Muddy Water Blues: A Tribute to Muddy Waters (1993) – Guitar
Michael Jackson – HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I (1995) – Guitar
Various Artists – Crossfire: A Salute To Stevie Ray Vaughan (1996) – Guitar
Tina Turner – Wildest Dreams (1996) – Guitar, Background Vocals
Mark Mancina – Twister (1996) – Guitar (Track 7: The Hunt: Going Green)
Various Artists – Merry Axemas Vol. 2 (1998) – Guitar, Keyboards
Rick Wakeman – Return to the Centre of the Earth (1999) – Vocals, Guitar (song 12: "Never Is A Long, Long Time", with the London Symphony Orchestra)
Roger Hodgson – Open The Door (2000) – Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals
Don Harper's Oceana Orchestra – Dream and Variations (2009) – Guitar on "Where Do We Go From Here"
Mr. Mister – Pull (2010) – Guitar, Bass *material recorded in 1989
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Jacaranda (album)
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Studio album by Trevor Rabin
Released May 8, 2012
Label Varèse Sarabande
Producer Trevor Rabin
Jacaranda is the fifth studio album by former Yes guitarist Trevor Rabin that was released on May 8, 2012. The album contains Rabin's first new solo material since his 1989 Can't Look Away record. Rabin plays all of the instruments himself, with the exception of drums, for which he brought in noted jazz/rock drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, longtime Rabin drummer and collaborator Lou Molino III, and his son Ryan. Tal Wilkenfeld plays bass on track 3 and Liz Constintine is the vocalist on track 6. The cover portrait is by Hannah Hooper, Ryan Rabin's bandmate in Grouplove.
Jacaranda пятый студийный альбом бывшего гитариста Yes Trevor(а) Rabin(а), релиз которого состоялся 8 мая 2012 года. В альбом вошел новый сольный материал, первый после 1989 года. Rabin играет на всех инструментах сам, за исключением ударных, за которые он пригласил Vinnie Colaiuta, а также давнего своего соратника Lou Molino III и его сына Ryan(а). Таl Wilkenfeld играет бас на треке 3 и Liz Constintine является вокалистом на треке 6. На обложке портрет Hannah Hooper(а), коллеги Rabin(а) по группе Grouplove.
Trevor Rabin - Guitars, Bass, Keyboards
Liz Constintine - Vocals
Tal Wilkenfeld - Bass
Lou Molino III - Drums
Vinnie Colaiuta - Drums
Ryan Rabin - Drums

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40years · 21-Июл-12 13:31 (спустя 16 часов)

Лично мне альбом не понравился, ожидал большего
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vaginata · 22-Июл-12 09:06 (спустя 19 часов)

Я действительно не знаю его, но музыка хорошая.
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artart2 · 25-Июл-12 09:57 (спустя 3 дня)

а мне наоборот понравился в отличии от предыдущих
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nico ua · 17-Авг-12 21:56 (спустя 23 дня)

artart2 писал(а):
54346310а мне наоборот понравился в отличии от предыдущих
Ага, такой классный прог.
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karlklara · 09-Сен-12 12:00 (спустя 22 дня)

ОБАЛДЕННЫЙ альбом!!!!=))))) Это лучшее, что я слышал у Тревора!!
думаю, лубителей хард-рока он разочаровал.... xDDDD
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Johnik1958 · 10-Сен-12 02:12 (спустя 14 часов, ред. 10-Сен-12 12:05)

ого какие мнения полярные..
щас качнём
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54273754Жанр: Progressive Rock, Jazz, Instrumental
ага вот в чём дело..
А этого слова я и не приметил.
удалил и забыл. не моё
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teaser005 · 12-Сен-12 11:16 (спустя 2 дня 9 часов)

Отличный альбом !!! Рабина не слышал с альбома Волк..и тут на сибе..не что то Yesообразное а мощный музон начиная от джаз рока заканчивая как бы саундтреком к Братству кольца...
Настоятельно рекомендую..
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0antip0 · 24-Окт-12 21:53 (спустя 1 месяц 12 дней)

качественный и сильный инструментал в стиле прог и фьюжен , отличное владение гитарным соло, но до виртуоза не дотяг.
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zohman · 24-Янв-14 12:22 (спустя 1 год 2 месяца)

ОДНО ДОБРО. Гляньте на состав группы.
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Vladimir Chamberlen · 22-Дек-14 21:30 (спустя 10 месяцев)

Крутой Человечище! Состав группы, просто - Монстры!
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ArtDon · 29-Май-15 09:21 (спустя 5 месяцев 6 дней)

качественный и сильный инструментал в стиле прог и фьюжен , отличное владение гитарным соло
Подписываюсь под каждым словом. Сильнейший альбом!
...Это лучшее, что я слышал у Тревора!!.. - Я думаю так же.
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znaharoleg · 30-Май-15 14:24 (спустя 1 день 5 часов)

Не согласен с ранее выступившими товарищами.
Этот альбом - собрание упражнений для тренировки техники игры на гитаре.
Музыки здесь нет.
Сильно повезло этому музыканту попасть в легендарную группу в трудный для нее период.
Иначе бы его никто не узнал и вынужден был он вернуться обратно в Африку и развлекать там местное население.
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ДемирS01 · 06-Июн-17 11:55 (спустя 2 года)

на фига нужны еще 2 барабанщика, когда есть Колаюта?
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Airat81 · 23-Сен-18 09:28 (спустя 1 год 3 месяца)

Невероятно яркая и мастерская работа Тревора. Виртуозище! Во многих пьесах ощущается дух любимейшего "Big Generator".
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sargonk · 07-Ноя-18 20:03 (спустя 1 месяц 14 дней)

Всегда жалел когда талантливый гитарист обладает сильным голосом и разменивается на подпевки , к примеру тот же Стив Луказер
Не тем занимался Рабин! Бесконечные саундтреки, примитивный хард в ранних альбомах и это с его багажом! Работа в Йес подтолкнула музыканта в нужном направлении и здесь он раскрылся на 300% Кто-то там сомневался в его способностях? Вспомним Live At The Apollo -02. Hold On! Немногие смогут вживую переиграть Вэйкмана. Любит запилы, да. Но каким диапазоном стилей он владеет и как! Вполне мог бы встать вровень с самим Маклафлиным, и время у него еще есть: ведь ему всего 64))
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McKinley Morganfield · 08-Ноя-18 20:35 (спустя 1 день)

Добротная работа, уж всяко лучше последнего Yes.
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