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  • Performer: Various
  • Album: Canterbury Tales
  • FLAC: 1720 mb | MP3: 1691 mb
  • Released: 2000
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Fusion, Psychedelic Rock, Contemporary Jazz, Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 286
  • Format: MIDI ADX XM MPC AU MP1 MOD
Various - Canterbury Tales album flac

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1-1 National Health Portrait Of A Shrinking Man
Backing Vocals – Amanda Parsons, Barbara GaskinBass – John GreavesDrums – Pip PyleFlute – Jimmy HastingsGuitar – Phil MillerKeyboards – Dave StewartSaxello – Elton DeanTrombone – Annie WhiteheadTrumpet – Ted EmmettVocals – Richard SinclairWritten-By – Gowen*
5:35
1-2 Jakko The Hands Of Che Guevara
Bass – Mick KarnDrums, Rhythm Guitar, Programmed By – Steve JansenGuitar, Vocals – Jakko Jakszyk*Keyboards, Synthesizer – Richard BarbieriWritten-By – Jakszyk*, Barbieri*
4:23
1-3 Dave Sinclair* The Piano Player
Featuring – Graham Flight, Jeremy Darby, Joe Gubay, Mark Hewins, Pete Pipkin, Tim LinkKeyboards, Backing Vocals – Dave Sinclair*Vocals – John Murphy Written-By – Sinclair*, Murphy*
4:48
1-4 Richard Sinclair & Hugh Hopper A Potted History
Guitar, Vocals, Bongos – Richard SinclairKeyboards – Hugh HopperWritten By – LakeWritten-By – Hopper*
3:00
1-5 The Magick Brothers Wise Man In Your Heart (Extract)
Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Gliss], Vocals – Daevid AllenKeyboards, Flute, Vocals, Didgeridoo – Mark RobsonViolin – Graham ClarkWritten-By – Allen*, Howlett*, Moerlen*
7:55
1-6 Robert Wyatt Unmasked
Instruments, Vocals – Robert WyattWritten-By – Carter*, Tutti*, Wyatt*
3:42
1-7 Pip Pyle & Friends Strawberry Fields Forever
Double Bass – Paul Rogers Electric Bass – Hugh HopperGuitar – Phil MillerKeyboards, Programmed By – Dave StewartKeyboards, Programmed By, Drums – Pip PyleLead Vocals – Barbara GaskinPiano – Lydia DomancichTrumpet – Jean-Francis Canape*Tuba – Michel GodardVocals – John GreavesWritten-By – Lennon/McCartney*
4:56
1-8 Brian Hopper & Robert Fenner Leeway
Synthesizer, Guitar, Percussion – Robert FennerTenor Saxophone, Programmed By – Brian HopperWritten-By – Fenner*
6:15
1-9 Hugh Hopper & Lisa Klossner* Pack Light
Guitar – Richard CarlileProgrammed By, Bass [Fuzz] – Hugh HopperSaxello – Elton DeanVocals – Lisa Klossner*Written-By – Hopper*, Smith*
2:32
1-10 Gong Pot-Head Pixies
Bass – Mike HowlettDrums – Pip PyleGuitar, Vocals – Daevid Allen, Steffi Sharpstrings*Saxophone, Flute, Vocals – Didier MalherbeSynthesizer, Vocals – Tim BlakeVocals [Space Whisper], Vocals – Gilli SmythWritten-By – Allen*
2:56
1-11 Pip Pyle's Equipe Out Jocelyn
Alto Saxophone, Saxello – Elton DeanBass – Hugh HopperDrums – Pip PylePiano, Synthesizer – Sophia DomancichTenor Saxophone, Flute – Didier MalherbeWritten-By – Domancich*
4:14
1-12 Caravan If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
Bass, Vocals – Richard SinclairDrums – Richard CoughlanOrgan – Dave Sinclair*Vocals, Guitar – Pye HastingsWritten-By – Sinclair*, Hastings*, Coughlan*, Sinclair*
4:10
1-13 Hugh Hopper Band Golden Section
Bass – Hugh HopperDrums – Andre Maes, Pieter BastGuitar – Hans van der ZeeKeyboards – Dionys BreukersSaxophone – Frank van der Kooy, Kees van VeldhuizenWritten-By – Hopper*
5:36
1-14 Wilde Flowers Those Words They Say
Bass – Hugh HopperDrums – Richard CoughlanGuitar, Backing Vocals – Brian HopperVocals, Tambourine – Robert WyattWritten-By – Hopper*
2:40
1-15 Wilde Flowers Memories
Acoustic Guitar, Bass – Hugh HopperGuitar – Brian HopperPiano, Organ – Mike RatledgeVocals, Drums – Robert WyattWritten-By – Hopper*
2:57
2-1 Jakko, Dave Stewart, Hugh Hopper & Clive Brooks As Long As He Lies Perfectly Still
Bass – Hugh HopperDrums – Clive BrooksFlute, Saxophone [Uncredited] – Gary BarnacleKeyboards – Dave StewartVocals, Guitar – Jakko Jakszyk*Written-By – Ratledge*, Wyatt*
4:59
2-2 Rick Biddulph Lizard On A Rock
Backing Vocals – Suzanne Bramson*Clarinet, Flute – Colin HumphriesElectronic Drums [Midi Drums], Sampler – Andy ReynoldsGuitar, Bass, Vocals – Rick BiddulphWritten-By – Biddulph*
7:39
2-3 Brian Hopper Sometimes It Is
Piano – Frances KnightSoprano Saxophone – Brian HopperWritten-By – Hopper*
4:14
2-4 Hugh Hopper & Robert Wyatt Was A Friend
Bass, Programmed By – Hugh HopperVocals – Robert WyattWritten-By – Hopper*, Wyatt*
5:31
2-5 Soft Machine Esther's Nose Job (Extract)
Bass – Hugh HopperDrums, Voice – Robert WyattKeyboards – Mike RatledgeSaxophone – Elton DeanWritten-By – Ratledge*
10:51
2-6 The Happy Accidents When Your Love Falls Down
Alto Saxophone – Will GlanfieldBass – Nigel HobbinsDrums – Matt WilliamsonGuitar – Mick Grierson, Alexei Nonis*Keyboards – Graham FlightTenor Saxophone – Neil SlomanTrombone – Robert JarvisTrumpet, Keyboards, Accordion – Justin Mitchell Vocals – Mavernie CunninghamWritten-By – Flight*, Happy Accidents*
3:26
2-7 The Happy Accidents Frankenstein
Alto Saxophone – Will GlanfieldBass – Nigel HobbinsDrums – Matt WilliamsonGuitar – Mick Grierson, Alexei Nonis*Keyboards – Graham FlightTenor Saxophone – Neil SlomanTrombone – Robert JarvisTrumpet, Keyboards, Accordion – Justin Mitchell Vocals – Mavernie CunninghamWritten-By – Flight*, Happy Accidents*
3:26
2-8 Pip Pyle's Equipe Out Midnight Judo
Alto Saxophone, Saxello – Elton DeanBass – Hugh HopperDrums – Pip PylePiano, Synthesizer – Sophia DomancichTenor Saxophone, Flute – Didier MalherbeWritten-By – Hopper*
7:43
2-9 Wilde Flowers Time After Time
Bass – Hugh HopperDrums – Richard CoughlanGuitar – Brian HopperVocals – Robert WyattWritten-By – Hopper*
2:44
2-10 Elton Dean Zep-Tepi
Accordion, Piano – Frances KnightAlto Saxophone, Saxello – Elton DeanBass – Hugh HopperDrums – Vince Clarke Written-By – Dean*, Knight*, Hopper*, Clarke*
4:36
2-11 National Health Arriving Twice
Backing Vocals – Amanda Parsons, Barbara GaskinBass – John GreavesDrums – Pip PyleFlute – Jimmy HastingsGuitar – Phil MillerKeyboards – Dave StewartSaxello – Elton DeanTrombone – Annie WhiteheadTrumpet – Ted EmmettVocals – Richard SinclairWritten-By – Gowen*
2:20
2-12 Gong I Never Glid Before
Bass – Mike HowlettDrums – Pip PyleGuitar, Vocals – Daevid Allen, Steffi Sharpstrings*Saxophone, Flute, Vocals – Didier MalherbeSynthesizer, Vocals – Tim BlakeVocals [Space Whispers], Vocals – Gilli SmythWritten-By – Hillage*
5:54
3-1 Phil Manzanera A Million Reasons Why
Backing Vocals – Suzie Webb*, Tim Finn, Val McKennaDrum Programming – Keith BesseyGuitar, Keyboards, Voice – Phil ManzaneraPercussion [Brazilian], Other [Rain Maker] – Bosco De Oliviera*Written-By – Dyson*, Manzanera*, Finn*
4:13
3-2 Pip Pyle's Equipe Out Foetal Fanfare Fandango
Alto Saxophone, Saxello – Elton DeanBass – Hugh HopperDrums – Pip PylePiano, Synthesizer – Sophia DomancichTenor Saxophone, Flute – Didier MalherbeWritten-By – Pyle*
5:42
3-3 Jimi Hendrix & Robert Wyatt Slow Walkin' Talk
Bass – Jimi HendrixVocals, Piano, Organ, Drums – Robert WyattWritten-By – Hopper*
2:59
3-4 National Health Tales Of A Damson Knight
Backing Vocals – Amanda Parsons, Barbara GaskinBass – John GreavesDrums – Pip PyleFlute – Jimmy HastingsGuitar – Phil MillerKeyboards – Dave StewartSaxello – Elton DeanTrombone – Annie WhiteheadTrumpet – Ted EmmettVocals – Richard SinclairWritten-By – Gowen*
1:56
3-5 Jakko I Wanted A Child
Bass – Mark KingCello – Caroline LavelleDrums – Gavin HarrisonGuitar, Keyboards, Flute, Whistle, Programmed By, Vocals – Jakko Jakszyk*Saxophone – Gary BarnacleTrumpet – John Thirkel*Written-By – Jakszyk*
4:54
3-6 Dave Sinclair* Moon Over Man
Featuring – Graham Flight, Jeremy Darby, Joe Gubay, John Murphy , Mark Hewins, Pete Pipkin, Tim LinkKeyboards, Backing Vocals – Dave Sinclair*Vocals – Gay PerezWritten-By – Sinclair*
3:41
3-7 Hugh Hopper Scat Up A Tree
Bass – Hugh HopperDrums – Vince Clarke Keyboards, Accordion – Frances KnightVoice – Jan PonsfordWritten-By – Knight*, Hopper*, Ponsford*, Clarke*
7:25
3-8 Hugh Hopper Old Chrome Moon
Bass, Programmed By – Hugh HopperDrums – Andy Ward Guitar – Rob HarveySaxophone – Peter Cook Trombone – Robert JarvisVocals – Julian WhitfieldWritten By – TateWritten-By – Hopper*
4:56
3-9 Hugh Hopper & Lisa Klossner* I See You
Flute – Chrystelle Blanc-LanauteGuitar [Stereo Guitar] – Gary Smith Guitar, Bass, Sampler – Hugh HopperSampler [Sampled Trumpet] – Christine JanetVocals – Lisa Klossner*Written-By – Hopper*, Klossner*
5:25
3-10 John Greaves Kew Rhone
Acoustic Guitar – Francois Ovide*Bass, Accordion, Piano – John GreavesDouble Bass – Paul Rogers Piano – Sophia DomancichVoice, Percussion – Robert WyattWritten-By – Greaves*, Blegvad*
5:28
3-11 The Magick Brothers Herbaceous Border
Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Gliss], Vocals – Daevid AllenKeyboards, Flute, Vocals, Didgeridoo – Mark RobsonViolin – Graham ClarkWritten-By – Allen*
5:46
3-12 Wilde Flowers The Big Show
Bass – Hugh HopperFlute – Mike RatledgeGuitar, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Brian HopperVoice, Drums – Robert WyattWritten-By – Hopper*
4:13
3-13 Brian Hopper & Robert Fenner It's Flotsam And Jetsam Foreshore
Keyboards, Synthesizer, Percussion – Robert FennerTenor Saxophone, Programmed By – Brian HopperWritten-By – Fenner*
6:54

Credits

  • Compiled By, Other [Introduction] – Brian Hopper

Notes

Nuggets from the Psychedelic Underground.

1-1: recorded 1981; from "D.S. Al Coda" - BP129CD
1-2: recorded 1994; from "Kingdom Of Dust" - RES101CD
1-3: recorded 1976; from "Moon Over Man" - BP119CD
1-4: recorded 1983; from "Somewhere In France" - VP133CD
1-5: recorded 1991; from "Live At The Witchwood" - BP107CD
1-6: recorded 1992; from "A Short Break" - VP108CD
1-7: recorded 1998; from "7 Year Itch" - VP198CD
1-8: recorded 1999; new & previously unreleased
1-9: recorded 1998; from "Different" - BP303CD
1-10: recorded 1994; from "Gong - The 25th Birthday Party" - VPGAS101CD
1-11: recorded 1985; from "Pip Pyle's Equipe Out" - VP213CD
1-12: recorded 1970; from "Canterburied Sounds - Volume 3" - VP203CD
1-13: recorded 1987; from "Alive" - VP150CD
1-14: recorded 1966; from "The Wilde Flowers" - BP123CD
1-15: recorded 1969; from "The Wilde Flowers" - BP123CD
2-1: recorded 2000; new & previously unreleased
2-2: recorded 1994; from "Second Nature" - VP178CD
2-3: recorded 2000; new & previously unreleased
2-4: recorded 1983 & 1993; from "Parabolic Versions" - VP209CD
2-5: recorded 1970; from "Live In Europe 1970" - BP290CD
2-6: recorded 2000; from "Scitatics" (new & previously unreleased)
2-7: recorded 2000; from "Scitatics" (new & previously unreleased)
2-8: recorded 1985; from "Pip Pyle's Equipe Out" - VP213CD
2-9: recorded 1966; from "The Wilde Flowers" - BP123CD
2-10: recorded 1997; from "The Mind In The Trees" - BP274CD
2-11: recorded 1981; from "D.S. Al Coda" - BP129CD
2-12: recorded 1994; from "Gong - The 25th Birthday Party" - VPGAS101CD
3-1: recorded 1988/89; from "A Million Reasons Why" - EXVP1-CD
3-2: recorded 1985; from "Pip Pyle's Equipe Out" - VP213CD
3-3: recorded 1968; from "Canterburied Sounds - Volume 3" - VP203CD
3-4: recorded 1981; from "D.S. Al Coda" - BP129CD
3-5: recorded 1996/97; from "Road To Ballina" RES127CD
3-6: recorded 1976; from "Moon Over Man" - BP119CD
3-7: recorded 1998; from "The Swimmer" - BP215CD
3-8: recorded 2000; new & previously unreleased
3-9: recorded 1998/99; from BP337CD
3-10: recorded 1993/94; from "Songs" - RES112CD
3-11: recorded 1991; from "Live At The Witchwood" BP107CD
3-12: recorded 1969; from "The Wilde Flowers" - BP123CD
3-13: recorded 1999/2000; new & previously unreleased

3 CDs in jewelcasebox wrapped by a carton box; comes with a 16 - page booklet with introduction and credits.(English)

This compilation ℗ 2000 Eagle Records © 2000 Eagle Records
A Division of Eagle Rock Entertainment Plc.
Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 036369 300623
  • Other: CB 831


The Canterbury Tales (Middle English: Tales of Caunterbury) is a collection of over 20 stories written in Middle English by Geoffrey Chaucer at the end of the 14th century, during the time of the Hundred Years' War. The tales (mostly written in verse, although some are in prose) are presented as part of a story-telling contest by a group of pilgrims as they travel together o. .

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Canterbury Tales Vol. 2 could have used some musical accompaniment to break up the spoken tracks, but this is a minor complaint about an otherwise thoroughly entertaining release. Track Listing - Disc 1. Title/Composer.

Canterbury Tales is a music boxset/compilation recording by VARIOUS ARTISTS (LABEL SAMPLERS) (Various Genres/Progressive Rock) released in 2000 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.

Canterbury Tales is a musical originally presented at the Oxford Playhouse in 1964, conceived and directed by Martin Starkie and written by Nevill Coghill and Martin Starkie. It was expanded into a full length musical and presented at the Phoenix Theatre, London on 21 March 1968 and ran for 2,080 performances. The music was written by Richard Hill and John Hawkins, with the lyrics by Nevill Coghill

The Canterbury Tales (Middle English: Tales of Caunterbury) is a collection of 24 stories that runs to over 17,000 lines written in Middle English by Geoffrey Chaucer between 1387 and 1400. In 1386, Chaucer became Controller of Customs and Justice of Peace and, in 1389, Clerk of the King's work. It was during these years that Chaucer began working on his most famous text, The Canterbury Tales.

Writing The Canterbury Tales. In Medieval England, most people were illiterate. This is why Church stain glass windows and wall paintings depict bible stories- it helped the congregation follow the biblical stories. The Canterbury Tales, written in a combination of verse and prose, tells the story of some 30 pilgrims walking from Southwark to Canterbury on a pilgrimage to the shrine of St Thomas Beckett. On route, the pilgrims engage in a story telling competition to win a meal at the Tabard Inn! Thus, The Canterbury Tales is a collection of 24 stories, told as the pilgrims make their journey to Canterbury Cathedral. Chaucer’s characters offer various social insights and raise various questions concerning social class, spirituality and religion. The work was unfinished when Chaucer died. The Tales you’ll hear at The Canterbury Tales: The Knight’s Tale. The Knight is the first to tell his tale.

The Canterbury Tales begins with the introduction of each of the pilgrims making their journey to Canterbury to the shrine of Thomas a Becket. These pilgrims include a Knight, his son the Squire, the Knight's Yeoman, a Prioress, a Second Nun, a Monk, a Friar, a Merchant, a Clerk, a Man of Law, a Franklin, a Weaver, a Dyer, a Carpenter, a Tapestry-Maker, a Haberdasher, a Cook, a Shipman, a Physician, a Parson, a Miller, a Manciple, a Reeve, a Summoner, a Pardoner, the Wife. These include Adam, Samson, Hercules, King Pedro of Spain, Bernabo Visconti, Nero, Julius Caesar, and Croesus. The Knight interrupts the Monk's Tale, finding his listing of historical tragedies monotonous and depressing, and is backed up by the Host.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. These tales and their frame perfectly capture medieval life with it's lively characters and various settings. Ranging from poetic diversions, to dramatic, to adventures, all the the way to gruesome fables, and plenty of very funny (and memorable) bawdy humor. This earthy group of classic stories has something for everyone.