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  • Performer: Renaissance
  • Album: Turn Of The Cards
  • FLAC: 1654 mb | MP3: 1155 mb
  • Released: 1974
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • Style: Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 180
Renaissance  - Turn Of The Cards album flac


A1 Running Hard 9:37
A2 I Think Of You 3:07
A3 Things I Don't Understand 9:29
B1 Black Flame 6:23
B2 Cold Is Being 3:00
B3 Mother Russia 9:18

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – CTS Studios
  • Recorded At – De Lane Lea Studios
  • Remixed At – Mediasound
  • Manufactured By – RCA Ltd.
  • Distributed By – RCA Ltd.
  • Printed By – Tinsley Robor Group Ltd.


  • Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Michael Dunford
  • Arranged By [Music] – Renaissance
  • Arranged By [Orchestra] – Jimmy Horowitz
  • Artwork [Tarot Cards] – Joe Petagno
  • Bass Guitar, Vocals – John Camp*
  • Composed By – Tomaso Albinoni (tracks: B2)
  • Composed By [Solo Opening] – Jehan Alain (tracks: A1)
  • Design [Cover], Photography By – Hipgnosis
  • Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Terence Sullivan*
  • Engineer – Dick Plant
  • Engineer [Assistent] – Douglas Bogie*, Mike Pela
  • Engineer [Remix At Media Sound] – Jeffrey Lesser
  • Keyboards – John Tout
  • Producer – Dick Plant, Renaissance , Richard Gottehrer
  • Vocals – Annie Haslem*
  • Written-By – Betty Thatcher (tracks: A1, A2, B1 to B3), Jim McCarty (tracks: A3), Michael Dunford

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BTM 1000, RCA BTM 1000 Renaissance Turn Of The Cards ‎(LP, Album) BTM Records, BTM Records BTM 1000, RCA BTM 1000 UK & Europe 1974
ARC-7016 Renaissance Turn Of The Cards ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial, Pap) Arcàngelo ARC-7016 Russia 2002
26.21490, BTM 1000 Renaissance Turn Of The Cards ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA, BTM Records 26.21490, BTM 1000 Germany Unknown
26.21490, BTM 1000 Renaissance Turn Of The Cards ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA, BTM Records 26.21490, BTM 1000 Germany Unknown
BTM 1000 Renaissance Turn Of The Cards ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor BTM 1000 France 1974

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Listen free to Renaissance – Turn Of The Cards (Running Hard, I Think of You and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Overview (current section).

A British Talent Managers Production by permission of Sovereign Records. Has a large pressing ring, which differs from Renaissance (4) - Turn Of The Cards, which has a small pressing ring. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): SAS-7502-A. Matrix, Runout (Side B Label): SAS-7502-B. Matrix, Runout (Side A Runout Etched): SAS-7502-A-1-1-111 RL PRC. Matrix, Runout (Side A Runout Stamped): STERLING. Matrix, Runout (Side B Runout Etched): SAS-7502-B-1-1-1 PRC D.

1974's "Turn Of The Cards" was the fifth Renaissance album, and once again, it's a masterpiece of classical/prog rock

Turn of the Cards Tracklist. 1. Running Hard Lyrics. 2. I Think of You Lyrics.

Renaissance is the self-titled debut album by the English progressive rock band Renaissance, released in late 1969. All tracks written by Keith Relf and Jim McCarty, with themes by John Hawken and Louis Cennamo, except where noted. Jane Relf - vocals, percussion. Keith Relf - electric guitar, vocals, harmonica. John Hawken - piano, harpsichord. Louis Cennamo - electric bass guitar. Jim McCarty - drums, vocals. Paul Samwell-Smith - producer. Andy Johns - engineer.

This album has an average beat per minute of 94 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 65/125 BPM). Tracklist Turn of the Cards. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.

First time on CD for this 1974 LP, the fifth album by Folk Rockers Renaissance. The band’s stunning vocal harmonies and impressive musicianship are well in evidence in this 6 track collection which is regarded by many as Renaissance’s finest album. 02. I Think Of You. 03. Things I Don’t Understand.

Renaissance is a long affair, since they were one of the first Progressive bands I knew back more than a decade ago with their classic Ashes Are Burning (1973). When I've heard of the reunion back on 2009, and about their new EP release in 2010 (The Mystic And The Muse) I was concerned, like in every 'reunion', cause most of the time, for me, it sucks. Not here, the EP cited above was great, 3 songs with the old Renaissance sound, but fresh cause of the all new band. But that's just this Scheherazade album while the other album Turn of Cards I only got the CD version sometime in early 2000. And now I never imagined that finally I can see the band reunited in 2011 and play their two seminal albums in its entirety live recorded at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA USA on September 23 2011.