Beyond The Bridge is a German progressive metal and progressive rock band, formed as Fall Out in Frankfurt, in 1999. In 2012 the band released its first album 'The Old Man and the Spirit' with producer Simon Oberender and Frontiers Records Band members. Dilenya Mar - vocals.
Visit us: The Old Man and the Spirit, released 12 August 2011 1. This bandcamp-site is offline and will not be updated any more. Debut Album by German Progressive Rock Band Beyond the Bridge. The album 'The Old Man and the Spirit' deals with the polarity of human sensousness and superhuman awareness. The latter is embodied by the character of the Spirit. She is the personification of all wisdom and awareness that is unachievable to mankind, however, lacks of the ability to feel. Her opponent, the character of the Old Man, is presented as a bon vivant who has lived through all highs and lows of human sensation
The Old Man and the Spirit is an ambitious concept album dealing with the polarity of human sensuousness and superhuman awareness. Two main characters interpret the music on this theatrical and challenging record: the Spirit, who is the personification of all wisdom and awareness that is unachievable to mankind but that lacks of the ability to feel, and her opponent the Old Man : a bon vivant who has lived through all highs and lows of human sensations. These two characters are interpreted by the two band singers: a female Dilenya Mar and a male Herbie Langhans. Beyond The Bridge line-up is rounded up by bass player Dominik Stotzem, Fabian Maier on drums and Simon Oberender on keyboards and guitar. Simon also took care of the album production at the famed Gate Studios (owned by the famed producer Sascha Paeth, who mastered the album).
An old man with steel rimmed spectacles and very dusty clothes sat by the side of the road. There was a pontoon bridge across the river and carts, trucks, and men, women and children were crossing it. The mule-drawn carts staggered up the steep bank from the bridge with soldiers helping push against the spokes of the wheels. The trucks ground up and away heading out of it all and the peasants plodded along in the ankle deep dust. But the old man sat there without moving. He was too tired to go any farther
The narrator in The Old Man at the Bridge by Ernest Hemingway is going to a bridge across a river to check if there is any sign of the enemy army advancing. The bridge is very crowded at first with trucks, carts, men, and women crossing it. On the bridge, there is also an old man who does not seem to be moving anywhere. After his exploration on the other side of the bridge, the narrator returns to see the old man in the same position. He finds out that the old man is coming from a town called San Carlos, 12 kilometers away.
The Old Man and the Sea is a short novel written by the American author Ernest Hemingway in 1951 in Cuba, and published in 1952. It was the last major work of fiction by Hemingway that was published during his lifetime. One of his most famous works, it tells the story of Santiago, an aging Cuban fisherman who struggles with a giant marlin far out in the Gulf Stream off the coast of Cuba.
The Man Beyond the Bridge was created in 2009. The keeper of the bridge of death is the same old man from scene 24 that tells King Arthur that the instructions to find the grail can be found in the cave across the bridge of death.
An old man has stopped to rest next to the bridge. The old man explains that he has left his home village, where he was retired and was looking after animals. Old Man at the Bridge" Analysis. The Narrator's consciousness of the approaching enemy "contact" is used to create the dramatic tension between the immobility of the old man and the coming destruction as he constantly observes the movement of carts across the bridge while talking. The narrator's conversation allows the old man to have a voice. As he speaks to the scout, we along with the scout, gradually understand his plight and what the war has done to him. The voiceless victims speak through the old man.
|3||Triumph of Irreality|
|4||The Spring of It All|
|5||World of Wonders|
|6||The Primal Demand|
|7||Doorway to Salvation|
|9||The Difference Is Human|
|10||Where the Earth and Sky Meet|
|11||All a Man Can Do|
|FR CD 541||Beyond The Bridge||The Old Man And The Spirit (CD, Album)||Frontiers Records||FR CD 541||Italy||2012|
|SPIN-032||Beyond The Bridge||The Old Man And The Spirit (CD, Album)||Spinning, Reveltas||SPIN-032||Japan||2012|