Hi Ehsan… You really did it dude! I find “Skylight” an amazing piece of work!! We’ve named it the Best Album of April on Grande Rock…
E: Thanks man. Glad you enjoy it. (i.n.: not only me but everyone that has listened to it...)
First things first. I’d like to ask you what on earth (or out of earth) inspired you so much to write this exceptional music?

Aphrodite’s Child - It’s Five O’Clock

Having reviewed Aphrodite’s Child debut some time ago, I promised I would be back soon to deal with their other two albums.
I said some time ago (when I wrote the review of Aphrodite’s Child’s debut) that I would be back, reviewing also their other two albums. So, it seems that the time to present the second album of the band has come at last. Leaving behind all the historical references about the band and how it was formed (you can read those things in the “The End of the World” review), I will only focus on the music part of this album.

Aphrodite’s Child - End of the World

The story begins sometime before 1968 when three friends Vangelis Papathanasiou, Demis Roussos and Lucas Sideras, decided to leave Hellas because the opportunities a band had to make a breakthrough back then were few. They chose to try their luck in England. Their other buddy Argyris Koulouris couldn’t leave the country ’cause he had to fulfill his army duty. Vangelis was the most experienced guy of all three; he had participated in several albums and his first work was with the band The Forminx for the movie “My Brother, The Traffic Policeman”, back in 1963. After that, he also released an album with The Forminx in the period 65 – 66.