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A New Vinyl Edition Of The Classic 1978 Album by Renaissance. Cut At Abbey Road Studios. With Reproduction Poster And Inner Bag. Restoring The Original Artwork Of The 1976 LP Release. Originally released in March 1978, the album featured the song 'Northern Lights', a Top Ten hit single in the UK and Europe, and was a successful hit album in the UK, USA and Canada. By the late 1970s the line-up of highly gifted vocalist Annie Haslam, Michael Dunford (acoustic and electric guitars), John Tout (keyboards, vocals), Jon Camp (bass, acoustic & electric guitars, vocals) and Terry Sullivan (drums, percussion) had recorded a series of acclaimed albums that fused classical music influences with progressive rock and had earned a loyal following in Europe and had enjoyed wider success in the United States and Japan. Working with producer David Hentschel (who had also produced the albums 'A Trick of the Tail' and 'Wind and Wuthering' for Genesis), the material on 'A Song for All Seasons' was some of the most carefully crafted work of the band's career. Flying in the face of the prevailing musical fashions of the time, 'A Song for All Seasons' would be the band's most successful album in Europe and is one of their best-loved works.
A New Vinyl Edition Of The Classic 1978 Album by Renaissance. Cut At Abbey Road Studios. With Reproduction Poster And Inner Bag. Restoring The Original Artwork Of The 1976 LP Release. Originally released in March 1978, the album featured the song 'Northern Lights', a Top Ten hit single in the UK and Europe, and was a successful hit album in the UK, USA and Canada. By the late 1970s the line-up of highly gifted vocalist Annie Haslam, Michael Dunford (acoustic and electric guitars), John Tout (keyboards, vocals), Jon Camp (bass, acoustic & electric guitars, vocals) and Terry Sullivan (drums, percussion) had recorded a series of acclaimed albums that fused classical music influences with progressive rock and had earned a loyal following in Europe and had enjoyed wider success in the United States and Japan. Working with producer David Hentschel (who had also produced the albums 'A Trick of the Tail' and 'Wind and Wuthering' for Genesis), the material on 'A Song for All Seasons' was some of the most carefully crafted work of the band's career. Flying in the face of the prevailing musical fashions of the time, 'A Song for All Seasons' would be the band's most successful album in Europe and is one of their best-loved works.
5013929476714

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ESOTERIC
Rel. Date: 04/28/2023
UPC: 5013929476714

Song For All Seasons (Uk)
Artist: Renaissance
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Opening Out
2. Day of the Dreamer
3. Closer Than Yesterday
4. Kindness (At the End)
5. Back Home Once Again
6. She Is Love
7. Northern Lights
8. A Song for All Seasons

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A New Vinyl Edition Of The Classic 1978 Album by Renaissance. Cut At Abbey Road Studios. With Reproduction Poster And Inner Bag. Restoring The Original Artwork Of The 1976 LP Release. Originally released in March 1978, the album featured the song 'Northern Lights', a Top Ten hit single in the UK and Europe, and was a successful hit album in the UK, USA and Canada. By the late 1970s the line-up of highly gifted vocalist Annie Haslam, Michael Dunford (acoustic and electric guitars), John Tout (keyboards, vocals), Jon Camp (bass, acoustic & electric guitars, vocals) and Terry Sullivan (drums, percussion) had recorded a series of acclaimed albums that fused classical music influences with progressive rock and had earned a loyal following in Europe and had enjoyed wider success in the United States and Japan. Working with producer David Hentschel (who had also produced the albums 'A Trick of the Tail' and 'Wind and Wuthering' for Genesis), the material on 'A Song for All Seasons' was some of the most carefully crafted work of the band's career. Flying in the face of the prevailing musical fashions of the time, 'A Song for All Seasons' would be the band's most successful album in Europe and is one of their best-loved works.
        
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