Renaissance: Prologue (Digi-Pak)

Renaissance SKU: 15071262
Renaissance: Prologue (Digi-Pak)

Renaissance: Prologue (Digi-Pak)

Renaissance SKU: 15071262

Format: CD

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Title: Prologue (Digi-Pak)
Artist: Renaissance
Label: Repertoire
UPC: 4009910511022
Genre: Rock

Digitally remastered digipak edition of this 1972 album. Prologue has long been hailed as their 'first album', as it showcases a brand new line up of artists who replaced the original founder members, when the group was relaunched in 1972. Annie Haslam takes the lead role alongside keyboard player John Tout and she sings like an angel on a selection of six beautifully performed arrangements. Intriguingly, much of the material was written by founder Jim McCarty of Yardbirds fame together with poet Betty Thatcher and subsequent full time member Michael Dunford. More assistance comes from synthesizer wizard Francis Monkman who plays the VCS3 solo on the album's longest track 'Rajah Khan'. Repertoire.

1.1 Prologue
1.2 Kiev
1.3 Sound of the Sea
1.4 Spare Some Love
1.5 Bound for Infinity
1.6 Rajah Khan
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