Symphonic Rock at it's very best.
Rowland started the piano at the age of 4 and the French Horn from about 10. He later attended 'Morley Collage' Westminster, London England, where he took the Kingsway-Princeton music performance course on French Horn and ‘tune percussion’ as 2nd study. From then on Rowlie was able to use all three studies to juggle a career in music and applying the same learning techniques to other musical instruments, gaining a full understanding for what other musicians had to endure to achieve there sound, that has helped when writing his music.
The album NO WORDS NO TITLE is a collection of original instrumental compositions written in a Symphonic Rock style with just a hint of Jazz & Reggae.
The successful combination of rich brass, lush strings, electric / acoustic guitars, drums / percussion and synthesisers, plus some non conventional rhythms pull this album together to take the listener on a breath taking journey.
These emotional & strong tracks were written direct from life experiences of composer Rowland Neill Civil, aka ROWLIE.
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