Fingers Pointing At The Moon

Dworniak Bone Lapsa

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Rock, Progressive Rock
Platinum Pursuits
March 9, 2018

Format: Compact Disc



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Dworniak Bone Lapsa (dBL) consists of Chris Lapsa Composer, Vocalist and Guitarist, Joe Dworniak Producer, Multi Instrumentalist & Composer and Greg Bone one of the UK's most treasured and experienced Guitarists.

dBL is a rock band whose musical style is to carve symphonic tracks into focused lyrical concepts. Fingers Pointing At The Moon, the band's debut album is a contemporary concept album. Chris Lapsa, the album's main composer, collaborated with Cornish based visual artist, Roger Thorp (U2, The Clash etc) to create a filmic narrative for the album. This will serve as a backdrop to the live music, using imagery to enhance the listening experience.

The band received the prestigious accolade of Robert Wyatt guesting on Fingers Pointing At The Moon's 11 minute opening track 'Mortalman'. The album has been well received, evoking positive feedback from industry icons.

For fans of 10CC, Pink Floyd and Genesis

Press Quotes

"It's a brilliant album and I'm very pleased to be on it"

Robert Wyatt

"Exceptionally well accomplished"

Mark Fenwick, Manager Roger Walters

"Brilliant, simply brilliant"

Dave Roberts, Meridien FM

"Class, Sheer Bloody Class!"

Mark Hughes, Dutch Progressive Rock Page

"It's the album that night-time driving was made for."

Alex Baker, Kerrang! Radio

"Engrossing and Enjoyable"

Bob Mulvey The Progressive Aspect

More Info

Key Value
Catalogue number PPLFPATM0913
Barcode 5052442012238
Number of items 1
Packaging type Jewel Case
Imported No
Weight 100g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 142mm x 10mm x 125mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1

Song Title Time
1. Mortalman -
2. Home / I See Through You / Conversations In My Head / Justify / Home (slight return) -
3. It Only Takes A Second -
4. Funny Farm -
5. Fingers Pointing At The Moon -