Magna Carta - Lord Of The Ages album flac
|A1||Wish It Was|
|A2||Two Old Friends|
|A3||Lord Of The Ages|
|B1||Isn't It Funny (And Not A Little Bit Strange)|
|B2||Song Of Evening|
|B4||That Was Yesterday|
- Recorded At – Sound Techniques, London
- Bass [String Bass] – Danny Thompson
- Composed By – C. Simpson*
- Design, Photography By [Sky] – Roger Dean
- Drums – Alan Eden, Gerry Conway
- Electric Bass – Dave 'The Wag' Peacock*
- Engineer – Victor 'The Gnome' Gamm*
- Guitar, Vocals – Chris Simpson, Stan Gordon
- Jew's Harp [Mouth Harp] – Graham Smith
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Gordon Huntley
- Percussion – Tony Carr
- Piano – Jean-Alain Roucel*
- Producer, Arranged By – Tony Cox
- Vocals, Voice [Spoken Word] – Glen Stuart
- Voice – Jon Curle
NotesRecorded at Sound Techniques, Chelsea, London.
"That Was Yesterday" (From Scottish B.B.C. TV Series 'Castle In The Air')
Comes with lyric sheet.
|846 448-2||Magna Carta||Lord Of The Ages (CD, Album, RE, RP)||Vertigo||846 448-2||Germany||Unknown|
|63 60 093||Magna Carta||Lord Of The Ages (LP, Album)||Vertigo||63 60 093||Spain||1975|
|MAGCD 73150902||Magna Carta||Lord Of The Ages (CDr, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Magna Carta)||MAGCD 73150902||Russia||2001|
|6360 093||Magna Carta||Lord Of The Ages (LP, Album)||Vertigo||6360 093||UK||1973|
|6360 093||Magna Carta||Lord Of The Ages (LP, Album)||Vertigo||6360 093||Canada||1973|
Опубликовано: 21 сент. 2007 г. Magna Carta - Lord of the Ages. Lord Of The Ages (Remastered). UMG, The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Repertoire Records")" и другие авторские общества (3).
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Lord of the Ages and Martin's Cafe - Студийный альбом от Magna Carta. Вышел 4 ноября 1990г. В альбом вошло 19 треков.
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Lord Of The Ages is a music studio album recording by MAGNA CARTA (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in 1973 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. The signature track of the album, and indeed arguably of the band, is the epic title track. This is Magna Carta's "Stairway to heaven". The comparison with that song is appropriate on a number of levels.
Here is a Gold Disc hit album from 1973, with beautiful songs performed with taste, skill and sophistication – these are the hallmarks of Magna Carta’s musical output that reached a creative peak on this outstanding album. Lord Of The Ages’ was the fifth release by a British group that took folk music into a new dimension during the early 1970s. All the songs are written by founder member Chris Simpson and vary in mood from the gentle lilting introspection of ‘Wish It Was’ and ‘Two Old Friends’, to the dynamic title track that evolves into an aggressive blues-style workout
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Lord Of The Ages' was the fifth release by a British group that took folk music into a new dimension during the early 1970s. The whole band blends rock and folk styles with consummate ease on a superb folk-rock album, presented in a dramatic Roger Dean designed sleeve. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample) The addition of Gordon Huntley (steel-guitar), previously member of the excellent Matthews Southern Comfort sure does'nt hurt. Each track is beautifully written, polished, played ans sung.
The album was combined with the subsequent Martin's Cafe on the 1999 single-disc CD reissue Lord of the Ages & Martin's Cafe. 1 Falkland Greene Magna Carta 2:49. 2 I Wish It Was Magna Carta 3:36. 3 Two Old Friends Magna Carta 3:34. 4 Lord of the Ages Magna Carta 9:55. 5 Isn't It Funny (And Not a Little Bit Strange) Magna Carta 2:33. 6 Song of Evening Magna Carta 3:45. 7 Father John Magna Carta 6:43. 8 That Was Yesterday Magna Carta 3:24.