Refugee: Refugee: Remastered & Expanded

Refugee SKU: 39269225
Refugee: Refugee: Remastered & Expanded

Refugee: Refugee: Remastered & Expanded

Refugee SKU: 39269225

Format: CD

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Title: Refugee: Remastered & Expanded
Artist: Refugee
Label: Esoteric
UPC: 5013929478503
Genre: Rock

Digitally remastered and expanded three CD edition of the 1974 album by legendary progressive rock trio Refugee. Formed in 1973 by former members of The Nice Lee Jackson (bass, vocals), Brian Davison (drums) and keyboard virtuoso Patrick Moraz, Refugee recorded one classic studio album during their short career, which was issued in 1974. Taking the template established by The Nice (and their keyboard player Keith Emerson who later was part of Emerson, Lake & Palmer), Refugee earned praise upon it's release and saw the band gain a loyal following. In May 1974, they recorded a memorable performance for BBC Radio One's In Concert program which appears as part of this set for the first time. A UK tour saw an appearance at Newcastle's City Hall in June 1974 which was recorded by the band's sound engineer and forms CD Three of the set. Thanks to the profile of Patrick Moraz being raised by his work with Refugee, he soon joined Yes, replacing the recently departed Rick Wakeman.

1.1 Papillon
1.2 Someday
1.3 Grand Canyon:
1.4 1st Movement - the Source
1.5 2nd Movement - Theme
1.6 For the Canyon
1.7 3rd Movement -
1.8 The Journey
1.9 4th Movement - Rapids
1.10 5th Movement - the Mighty Colorado
1.11 Gate Crasher
1.12 Ritt Mickley
1.13 Credo:
1.14 1st Movement - Prelude
1.15 2nd Movement - I Believe
1.16 3rd Movement - Theme
1.17 4th Movement - Lost
1.18 Cause
1.19 5th Movement - Agitato
1.20 6th Movement - I Believe
1.21 (Part II)
1.22 7th Movement - Variation
1.23 8th Movement - Main
1.24 Theme Finale
2.1 Ritt Mickley (BBC in Concert 1974 - Previously Unreleased)
2.2 Someday (BBC in Concert 1974 - Previously Unreleased)
2.3 The Grand Canyon Suite
2.4 1st Movement - the Source
2.5 2nd Movement - Theme for the
2.6 Canyon
2.7 3rd Movement - the Journey
2.8 4th Movement - Rapids
2.9 5th Movement - the Mighty
2.10 Colorado
3.1 Outro - Mitt Rickley (Live 1974)
3.2 One Left Handed Peter Pan (Live 1974)
3.3 The Diamond Hard Blue Apples of the Moon (Live 1974)
3.4 Someday (Live 1974)
3.5 Papillon (Live 1974)
3.6 She Belongs to Me (Live 1974)
3.7 The Grand Canyon Suite
3.8 1st Movement - the Source
3.9 2nd Movement - Theme for
3.10 The Canyon
3.11 3rd Movement - the Journey
3.12 4th Movement - Rapids
3.13 5th Movement - the Mighty
3.14 Colorado (Live 1974)
3.15 Refugee Jam (Live 1974)
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