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Even in the Quietest Moment. s the fifth album by the English rock band Supertramp, released in April 1977. It was recorded mainly at Caribou Ranch Studios in Colorado with overdubs, vocals, and mixing completed at The Record Plant in Los Angeles. This was Supertramp's first album to use engineer Peter Henderson, who would work with the band for their next three albums as well.

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The title of Even in the Quietest Moments. isn't much of an exaggeration - this 1977 album finds Supertramp indulging in some of their quietest moments, spending almost the album in a subdued mood. Actually, the cover photo picture of a snow-covered piano sitting on a mountain gives a good indication of what the album sounds like: it's elegant yet mildly absurd, witty but kind of obscure.

This page includes Even In The Quietest Moments. 1. Give A Little Bit (4:07) 2. Lover Boy (6:49) 3. Even In The Quietest Moment (6:39) 4. Downstream (4:00) 5. Babaji (4:49) 6. From Now On (6:10) 7. Fool's Overture (10:51). Supertramp-Even in Quietest Moments SP-4634 USA 1977 LP Vinyl Record Album Mint-.

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And even when the song is over Where have I been Was it just a dream? Although your door is always open Where do I begin May I please come in, dear? More on Genius. Even In The Quietest Moments" Track Info. Written By Roger Hodgson.

The album itself is not Davies’ finest hour as Roger Hodgson takes most of the glory with his three and a half pieces. Lover Boy leads in to Even in the Quietest Moments, the title track. Composed by both songwriters, it begins with birds chirping and sounds of nature, creating a serene atmosphere. Roger’s lyrics are vague and easily misinterpreted. They seem to be speaking of love for nature, a higher being or another person. The album closes with one of the most ambitious pieces in the Supertramp catalogue. Roger’s 10 minute long epic, Fool’s Overture. The many overlapping melodies, sound effects, and clear vocals show a very dark and grim Supertramp that would later be echoed in the Davies lead Brother Where You Bound. The song is dark at times, yet completely free and joyful at others. It is a strange and enigmatic song without a true meaning.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Give a Little Bit Rick Davies / Roger Hodgson Supertramp 4:08
2 Lover Boy Rick Davies / Roger Hodgson Supertramp 6:49
3 Even in the Quietest Moments Rick Davies / Roger Hodgson Supertramp 6:28
4 Downstream Rick Davies / Roger Hodgson Supertramp 4:01
5 Babaji Rick Davies / Roger Hodgson Supertramp 4:51
6 From Now On Rick Davies / Roger Hodgson Supertramp 6:21
7 Fool's Overture Rick Davies / Roger Hodgson Supertramp 10:52

Supertramp - Even in the Quietest Moments... album download

Performer: Supertramp

Title: Even in the Quietest Moments...

Duration: 43:24

Style: Album Rock,Art Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Prog-Rock,Soft Rock

Recording location: Caribou Ranch, CO

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1879 mb

Size FLAC: 1585 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

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Viashal
One of Supertramp's finest albums, "Even in The Quietest Moments" manages to combine the pop grandeur of the title track, "Fool's Overture" and the more romantic musing of "Downstream" and "From Now On" which capture Rick at his most melodic. There's not a bad track on the album and it holds up remarkably well presaging the successful melding of Rick and Roger's musical styles for their biggest album "Breakfast in America". Unfortunately, "Famous Last Words" found the duo providing lesser material and even more distant than on previous albums.
Viashal
One of Supertramp's finest albums, "Even in The Quietest Moments" manages to combine the pop grandeur of the title track, "Fool's Overture" and the more romantic musing of "Downstream" and "From Now On" which capture Rick at his most melodic. There's not a bad track on the album and it holds up remarkably well presaging the successful melding of Rick and Roger's musical styles for their biggest album "Breakfast in America". Unfortunately, "Famous Last Words" found the duo providing lesser material and even more distant than on previous albums.
Tiv
I feel the Grand Piano and Alpine setting is a clue as to the contents patiently waiting inside to be released. While Supertramp is keen on Prog Rock, EITQM feels like their most "classical" music work, the piano parts are concerto-esque - and the horns are more like post-modern syncopation (think Stravinski) yet still Jazzy - the entire program floats like a Philharmonic performance complete with orchestral drama, quiet interludes and poignant phrasing. The sonics are wide and deep with a resonance echoing - well - echoes. I bought my first 'big-boy' speakers based on a listening of "Give a Little Bit" and I just upgraded my current phone stage and replayed this gem - and rediscovered its beauty and power all over again. Deserves a much more positive review than AllMusic afforded...for whatever reason, Supertramp studio efforts have not kept market value - and you can get a great vinyl pressing for very reasonable rates...do so, you will not be disappointed.
Tiv
I feel the Grand Piano and Alpine setting is a clue as to the contents patiently waiting inside to be released. While Supertramp is keen on Prog Rock, EITQM feels like their most "classical" music work, the piano parts are concerto-esque - and the horns are more like post-modern syncopation (think Stravinski) yet still Jazzy - the entire program floats like a Philharmonic performance complete with orchestral drama, quiet interludes and poignant phrasing. The sonics are wide and deep with a resonance echoing - well - echoes. I bought my first 'big-boy' speakers based on a listening of "Give a Little Bit" and I just upgraded my current phone stage and replayed this gem - and rediscovered its beauty and power all over again. Deserves a much more positive review than AllMusic afforded...for whatever reason, Supertramp studio efforts have not kept market value - and you can get a great vinyl pressing for very reasonable rates...do so, you will not be disappointed.
crazy mashine
Another great release from Supertramp. great musical arrangements.
crazy mashine
Another great release from Supertramp. great musical arrangements.