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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Rock bands classified as "progressive" have been pairing off with symphony orchestras for decades, sometimes with positive results, a good example being Procol Harum Live in Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, that group's biggest selling album. According to guitarist/singer Tommy Shaw, who has been fronting Styx since a legal settlement with former singer/keyboardist Dennis DeYoung gave him, guitarist James "JY" Young, and mostly retired bass player Chuck Panozzo the right to perform under the band's name in 2001, the group mostly avoided hooking up with orchestras until an offer came in from the Contemporary Youth Orchestra (CYO) of Cleveland, OH, a massive...
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Rock bands classified as "progressive" have been pairing off with symphony orchestras for decades, sometimes with positive results, a good example being Procol Harum Live in Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, that group's biggest selling album. According to guitarist/singer Tommy Shaw, who has been fronting Styx since a legal settlement with former singer/keyboardist Dennis DeYoung gave him, guitarist James "JY" Young, and mostly retired bass player Chuck Panozzo the right to perform under the band's name in 2001, the group mostly avoided hooking up with orchestras until an offer came in from the Contemporary Youth Orchestra (CYO) of Cleveland, OH, a massive ensemble of 115 musicians along with a 56-member choir, all of them teenagers. Their live encounter with the CYO constitutes their second release on Universal's New Door imprint, formed to revitalize the careers of veteran acts with large catalogs in the company's archives, following the 2005 covers collection Big Bang Theory. Actually, the idea of coming up with orchestral arrangements for Styx songs is not a bad one, or, at least, it wouldn't be if the present group was willing to choose from its entire repertoire, including the more melodic ballads written by the departed DeYoung. But a decision seems to have been made to avoid giving royalties to the band's former leader, so the songs all have to be Shaw compositions, numbers written by the present group, or covers. The result is a record that finds Styx rocking harder than it perhaps should under the circumstances. The CYO may be a worthy outfit, but most of the time it's nearly impossible to tell because they are inaudible as pitted against the amplified rock group. Early on, it sounds as if the mixing desk hasn't quite configured the room correctly, a common enough problem at concerts; the sound improves noticeably as the disc goes on. An early highlight is an arrangement of "I Am the Walrus" that follows the Beatles' original closely. The choir seems to be having a wonderful time singing "Woah" in the chorus. It's good, but it's not what one expects from Styx. The orchestra gets to peek out here and there, notably in the introduction to "Miss America," but it spends a lot of the evening doubling Lawrence Gowan's keyboard parts. At least it can be said that the youngsters are getting a good sense of what an arena rock concert is like, as Shaw treats them to a range of clich├ęd stage remarks such as, "One word: awesome!" He also talks about wanting to play all night, which, as usual, is a signal that the show is about to end. For no apparent reason, there is a new, original, studio-recorded track in the middle of the disc, "Just Be." It suggests that this faux Styx may be trying to turn into the faux Pink Floyd of the late '80s.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/7/2006
  • Label: New Door Records
  • UPC: 602517099654
  • Catalog Number: 000792402

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Blue Collar Man (Long Nights) - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (5:34)
  2. 2 One With Everything - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (6:32)
  3. 3 It Don't Make Sense (You Can't Make Peace) - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (5:07)
  4. 4 I Am the Walrus - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (4:43)
  5. 5 Just Be - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (4:41)
  6. 6 Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man) - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (7:12)
  7. 7 A Criminal Mind - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (5:51)
  8. 8 Everything, All the Time - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (4:37)
  9. 9 Too Much Time on My Hands - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (5:21)
  10. 10 Crystal Ball - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (5:55)
  11. 11 Miss America - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (5:36)
  12. 12 Boat on the River - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (3:37)
  13. 13 Renegade - The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland (10:45)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Styx Primary Artist
Brian White Choir, Chorus
Tommy Shaw Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Group Member
James Young Guitar, Vocals
Larry Gowan Keyboards, Vocals, Group Member
Jack Hall Trombone
Alex Lane Choir, Chorus
Chuck Panozzo Bass Guitar, Group Member
Ricky Phillips Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Background Vocals, Group Member
Todd Sucherman Percussion, Drums, Group Member
Nick Fischer Choir, Chorus
Maria King Choir, Chorus
Rebecca Miller Violin
Curtis "Busta" Brown Violin
Mikella Goldman Cello
The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland Track Performer
Hisham Abad Choir, Chorus
Aubrey Alexander Harp
Gina Ardillo Violin
Kate Atherton Horn
Anastasia Barkett Violin
Elizabeth Barkett Cello
Natasha Barkett Violin
Elise Barrington Choir, Chorus
Lydia Benish Horn
Noah Benson Choir, Chorus
Claire Berkman Choir, Chorus
David Beytas Viola
Erika Boeing Violin
Jessie Borkan Flute
Julia Botev Trumpet
Andrew Brandt Viola
Louisa Catalano Trumpet
Amy Cave Violin
Alena Chewning Choir, Chorus
Gordon Collins Tuba (Bass)
Carrie Coverdale Horn
Tyler Coverdale Percussion
Cyril Creque Sarbinowski Choir, Chorus
Cecie Culp Piccolo
Josh Curry Viola
Ziazan Davidian Violin
Liana Decates Choir, Chorus
Jenna DeC rignis Violin
Sutha De Jarnette Choir, Chorus
Sean De Long Bass Trombone
Maggie Doremus Cello
Colleen Downie Violin
Andra Durham Violin
John Stuart Ely III Percussion
Samantha Englander Horn
Tim Ernsberger Bass
Aaron Fallon Flute
Brent Foster Contrabassoon
Vanessa Foster Flute
Maggie Fox Cello
Stuart Garlock Bassoon
Arielle Gerstenhaber Choir, Chorus
Genevieve Gilbert Violin
Sharmaine Givens Viola
Nick Gormley Choir, Chorus
Eddie Gorsky Choir, Chorus
McKenzie Grenfell Choir, Chorus
Avigial Grossman Choir, Chorus
Shoshanna Grossman Choir, Chorus
Katelynn Gurbach Bass Clarinet
Marci Haarburger Violin
Stephen Haluska Harp
Vicki Hamm Cello
Diana Harbison Violin
Technical Credits
Willie Dixon Composer
John Lennon Composer
Paul McCartney Composer
Dennis DeYoung Composer
Tommy Shaw Liner Notes
Peter Brennan Orchestration
Terry Fryer Orchestration
Terry Gibson Management
Jage Jackson Producer
Paul Leary Orchestration
Gary Loizzo Producer, Engineer
T. Shaw Composer
Dan Stout Mastering
David Spero Management
Justin Scott Dixon Management
Jodi Hersh Cover Art
Charlie Brusco Executive Producer, Management
Anna Loynes Publicity
Uncle J. T. Young Composer
Julie Anderson Management
Sterling Bacon Management
Cindy Brusco Management
Jonny Daly Cover Art
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