Review of Rick Wakeman's Criminal Record submitted on 21st April 2003

For me, this is the best Wakeman album ever. I first made contact with this one after I heard Six Wives, back in 1979. The style portrayed in Criminal Record overpasses what he accomplished before. It's incredible how can a man can display such hability and pureness on keyboards. Rick really becomes keyboards in this album. I've tried to find it again in Mexico, but it's been very difficult. Thank God, I have a good copy that one of my friends (a Wakeman fan also) gave me two years ago. From the beginning with Statue of Liberty to the end with the breath-taking Judas Iscariot, Rick portrays his true feelings and concepts about instrumental music. Long live Mr. Wakeman!!!