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Barratt is the title of the only solo album released by Norman Barratt. Barratt was previously a member of the Alwyn Wall Band and the Barratt Band. In 1984, following the breakup of the Barratt Band he released a worship album Rock for all Ages with Dave Morris, the Barratt Bands keyboard player. The Last Night" (Norman Barratt). I Know Where You Are" (Norman Barratt). I Can See It in Your Eyes" (Norman Barratt). Now I Know" (Norman Barratt). Automatic Life" (Norman Barratt).
The Drop finds Brian Eno replicating the floating, trancy sound of Neroli, creating a shimmering collection of ambient music. Although The Drop illustrates that ambient doesn't all sound the same - it can be soothing and scary, sometimes both at once - the album doesn't particularly hold the listener's interest, as the shifting electronic soundscapes never reveal any substantial compositions. It's intriguing for a while, but by the time the 74 minutes of The Drop have finished, the album has made little lasting impression.
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Barrat scripted many episodes of National Geographic Television’s award-winning Explorer series, and went on to produce one-hour and half-hour films for the NGC’s Treasure Seekers, Out There, Snake Wranglers, and Taboo series. In 2004 Barrat created the pilot for History Channel’s original series Digging for the Truth. Give birth to your own ideas. Live long and prosper. Please enter your name.