Data aparitiei: 08.03.2008
Gen: progressive rock
Casa de discuri: Repertoire
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The extremely rare second album by the original version of Renaissance
was made before founder members Jim McCarty and Keith Relf abruptly quit
the band in 1971. Their aim was to abandon the classical and folk style
they had once embraced and return to hard rock mode. However, this
six-track set retains the melodic mood of their early work with
Renaissance. It boasts many attractive songs with lyrics by the Cornish
poet Betty Thatcher, notably on such pieces as ‘Love Is All’ and ‘Past
Orbits Of Dust’. In the CD liner notes Jim McCarty explains how the
association with Betty Thatcher worked and what
happened to the band in the aftermath of ‘Illusion’’s difficult birth
pangs. It wasn’t long before Renaissance was reborn with new singer
Annie Haslam, but meanwhile, here is a fascinating glimpse into the
origins of a creative musical dynasty.