ROGER HODGSON rites of passage-framed original press release promo poster. Roger Hodgson - Rites of Passage. Roger Hodgson is a pretty melancholy guy, so it is not surprising that this is kind of a sad album. As opposed to some of his more memorable work though, I don't believe he intended these songs to be depressing. The sadness comes from listeners like me who fondly recall the emotional power of his more prolific days penning both giant pop hits and uncomfortably personal introspective tunes as the driving force behind Supertramp
Band Name Roger Hodgson. Album Name Rites of Passage. Labels Unichord Productions. Members owning this album3. 1. Every Trick in the Book.
By: Roger Hodgson (1997, Rock). More albums from Roger Hodgson: Classics Live Advance Release by Roger Hodgson. Open The Door by Roger Hodgson. In The Eye Of The Storm by Roger Hodgson. Hai Hai by Roger Hodgson. View all albums . Rites Of Passage. By: Roger Hodgson (1997, Rock).
Open the Door is the fourth album by Roger Hodgson, released in May 2000 by Epic Records and his third and most recent studio one (and his first studio release since 1987). Open the Door was recorded mostly in France and features mostly French musicians, many who have played on Excalibur (La Légende Des Celtes) also produced by Simon featuring contributions from Hodgson, as his backup band. This is Hodgson's only solo album to be partially recorded outside the United States.
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