Roger Hodgson

Roger Hodgson - In The Eye Of The Storm (1984) {Reissue, Remastered}

Roger Hodgson - In The Eye Of The Storm (1984) {Reissue, Remastered}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 296 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 113 Mb
Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 24 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Progressive Rock | A&M Records #395 004-2

In the Eye of the Storm is the first solo album by former Supertramp member Roger Hodgson. The album itself was only moderately successful, stalling at number 46 in the Billboard album charts and only reaching number 70 in the UK Albums Chart. It performed far better in Canada, going platinum within a month of its release. The album received a positive review from Allmusic, who stated that the album's key quality is that Hodgson plays the vast majority of the instruments himself. They also noted that though the music itself lacks any progressive rock elements, "The spirit of traditional progressive rock experimentation is alive on this album; five of the seven songs exceed six minutes."

Roger Hodgson - In The Eye Of The Storm (1984)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Sept. 16, 2016
Roger Hodgson - In The Eye Of The Storm (1984)

Roger Hodgson - In The Eye Of The Storm (1984)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
A&M Rec., CDA 65004 | Japan for USA | ~ 310 or 111 Mb | Scans(png) -> 170 Mb
Progressive Rock

Vocalist/guitarist Roger Hodgson must have really felt stifled toward the end of his tenure in Supertramp in the early '80s – despite co-writing and singing many of the band's biggest hits – because his solo debut, 1984's In the Eye of the Storm, is a remarkable work of explosive creativity…
Roger Hodgson (ex-Supertramp) Discography (1984-2000) Re-up, New Rips

Roger Hodgson (ex-Supertramp) Discography (1984-2000)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
4CD | ~ 1423 or 509 Mb | Scans(Jpg, 600dpi)
Prog-Related Classic Rock

Best known for his stint fronting art pop hitmakers Supertramp, Roger Hodgson was born in Portsmouth, England, on March 21, 1950. While growing up in Oxford, Hodgson started playing guitar before he was a teenager, and was soon writing songs while at boarding school…

Roger Hodgson – Open The Door (2000)  

Posted by janwal46 at Oct. 10, 2009
Roger Hodgson – Open The Door (2000)

Roger Hodgson – Open The Door (2000)
Epic | 2000 | Rock | FLAC+CUE+MQ-Covers (300Dpi) | NO LOG | 368Mb+5Mb

"Open The Door," released in 2000, is ex-Supertramp singer Roger Hodgson's first solo album of studio material since 1987's "Hai Hai" (there was also his 1997 release, "Rites Of Passage," but that was a live album). This record is a brilliant return for Roger, filled with his same magic touch for melody, catchy hooks, and powerful, dramatic rock that made his work with Supertramp so special. Great songs from end to end, like the beautiful "Along Came Mary," the poppish "Hungry," the simple-but-memorable "The Garden," and the awesome extended pieces, "Death And A Zoo" and the title song, the latter of which reminds me of the old Supertramp favorite, "Fool's Overture." Hodgson's classic falsetto voice remains in pristine condition, his playing & songwriting simply wonderful. "Open The Door" is a must for the Roger Hodgson/Supertramp faithful.

Roger Hodgson – In The Eye Of The Storm (1984)  

Posted by janwal46 at Oct. 10, 2009
Roger Hodgson – In The Eye Of The Storm (1984)

Roger Hodgson – In The Eye Of The Storm (1984)
A&M Records | 1984 | Rock | FLAC+CUE+MQ-Covers (300Dpi) | NO LOG | 316Mb+7Mb

Roger Hodgson, singer/songwriter, musician & founding member of the successful group Supertramp, left the band in 1983 after their tour for "Famous Last Words" was completed (creative differences with Supertramp co-founder Rick Davies were said to be the cause of Roger's exit). He made his solo debut in 1984 with "In The Eye Of The Storm," and, if you love Roger's work with the 'Tramp, then you'll most certainly love his solo stuff as well. "In The Eye Of The Storm" features all the musical trademarks that Hodgson brought to Supertramp's table; his classic falsetto voice, his amazing keyboard & guitar work, and his knack for writing fabulous melodies and dramatic musical elements. "Had A Dream (Sleeping With The Enemy)" is a Hodgson classic, with some clever, thinly-veiled lyrics about leaving Supertramp and striking out on his own. "In Jeopardy" is my personal favorite from the album, a brilliantly catchy piano-thumper. Also worth mentioning is the beautiful song "Lovers In The Wind," and the astonishing album-closer, "Only Because Of You," a truly haunting, memorable number. I can only guess that Roger Hodgson named his debut album "In The Eye Of The Storm" because that's precisely the situation he found himself in at the time, leaving a mega-successful band to forge his own path. Some would say that he was crazy to leave Supertramp, but, as Roger sings in "Had A Dream," "But it's time, gotta take a stance/'Cause I won't get a second chance/And I know now I have to make it alone." And he certainly has. Roger Hodgson's "In The Eye Of The Storm" is a most excellent album.
In The Eye Of The Storm (Piano, Vocal, Guitar) by Roger Hodgson

In The Eye Of The Storm (Piano, Vocal, Guitar) by Roger Hodgson
English | 1984 | ISBN: 0896983576 | 44 Pages | PDF | 11,3 MB
Roger Hodgson - Take the Long Way Home (Live in Montreal) (2007) [Repost]

Roger Hodgson - Take the Long Way Home (Live in Montreal)
Genre: Rock | PAL 16:9 (720x576) VBR Auto Pan&Scan
Audio: English (Dolby AC3, 2 ch); English (Dolby AC3, 6 ch); English (DTS, 6 ch) | 7.74 GB (DVD9) | 5% Recovery
Length: 140 min | Uploaded/Bitshare/Freakshare | Links are interchangable

Roger Hodgson - Rites Of Passage - 1997  

Posted by Jansky at Oct. 28, 2008
Roger Hodgson - Rites Of Passage - 1997

Roger Hodgson - Rites Of Passage - 1997
FLAC | ~941 kbps | 62:21 min | 459 mb | covers | rar 3%
MP3 | ~245 kbps | 62:21 min | 115 mb | front cover | rar 3%
Genre: Progressive rock

After a long break, he launched into his first tour since 1984 and released 1997's live "Rites of Passage" to document the tour. He performs with a full band including his son Andrew, and Supertramp sax player John Helliwell. He then embarked on his first world solo tour in 1998.

Roger Hodgson - Hai Hai - 1987  

Posted by Jansky at Oct. 28, 2008
Roger Hodgson - Hai Hai - 1987

Roger Hodgson - Hai Hai - 1987
FLAC | ~907 kbps | 48:54 min | 340 mb | covers | rar 3%
MP3 | ~245 kbps | 48:54 min | 104 mb | front cover | rar 3%
Genre: Progressive rock

His second album, 1987's Hai Hai, had a distinctive synthpop-oriented feel, in the vein of the mid-80s trends, but it also maintains a songwriting style true to Hodgson's standards. However, just prior to the release of Hai Hai, Hodgson fell from a loft in his home and broke both wrists, which disabled him from successfully promoting the album. He also took a long break from both touring and recording. In this time, he also turned towards a more spiritual path.

Roger Hodgson - Open The Door - 2000 (lossless)  

Posted by juanchito at April 15, 2008
Roger Hodgson - Open The Door  - 2000 (lossless)

Roger Hodgson - Open The Door - 2000
APE+CUE | eac log | audiochecker.log | Scan | 337 MB