Renaissance: Song of Scheherezade - Renaissance Live

Renaissance: Song of Scheherezade - Renaissance Live

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Director: Renaissance, Annie Haslam, John Tout, Michael Dunford

Cast: Renaissance, Annie Haslam, John Tout, Michael Dunford

     
 
This release contains two concert by the prog-rock band Scheherezade, one taken from 1976, and the other from 1979. The setlists include a number of favorites including "Running Hard," "Carpet of the Sun," "The Vultures Fly High," and "A Song for All Seasons."

Overview

This release contains two concert by the prog-rock band Scheherezade, one taken from 1976, and the other from 1979. The setlists include a number of favorites including "Running Hard," "Carpet of the Sun," "The Vultures Fly High," and "A Song for All Seasons."

Product Details

Release Date:
06/16/2009
UPC:
5013929937451
Original Release:
2009
Source:
Cherry Red Uk
Region Code:
0
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
2:05:00
Sales rank:
15,881

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Renaissance: Song Of Scheherezade
1. Running Hard [10:06]
2. Ocean Gypsy [7:27]
3. Carpet Of The Sun [4:32]
4. Mother Russia [9:50]
5. Prologue [10:42]
6. Song Of Scheherazade: Sultan [7:43]
7. The Young Prince And The Young Princess [5:09]
8. The Festival [11:59]
1. Can You Understand [2:48]
2. Vultures Fly High [3:54]
3. Jekyll And Hyde [5:28]
4. Northern Lights [4:55]
5. Forever Changing [6:36]
6. Secret Mission [5:06]
7. Mother Russia [11:11]
8. A Song For All Seasons [12:24]
9. Flood At Lyons [5:06]

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Renaissance: Song of Scheherezade - Renaissance Live 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
redman68 More than 1 year ago
I have seen Renaissance in concert about 7-8 times including last summer. Their mix of classical, folk, jazz, and rock style melodies as delivered by Annie Haslam are as beautiful as they are rich. Regrettably, this CD, taped in the 70's, is black and white without true stereo, separation and 1930's film quality. Be forewarned, and save your money. Mine is heading for the garbage>
Anonymous More than 1 year ago