Renaissance (4) - Spare Some Love / Prologue (Vinyl)


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Spare Some Love / Prologue on Discogs. Label: Sovereign (2) - SOV • Format: Vinyl 7 Renaissance - Spare Some Love / Prologue (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  2. out of 5 stars Renaissance Prologue Vinyl. Reviewed in the United States on April 17, Verified Purchase. (waves & gulls) married to Haslam's beautifully pure tones, to create a memorably arresting piece. Finally, 'Spare some love' and 'Bound for Infinity' are in a lighter vein, with simpler melody lines, given a touch of class by /5(10).
  3. Love Kiev sung this time by the bassist Jon Camp with harmonies by Annie Haslam. Rajah Khan is probably their heaviest number but once heard never forgotten. Change of style to Spare some love amazing song sang By Annie. The title track is a real stomper with some amazing harmonies/5(64).
  4. Spare Some Love: B2: Bound For Infinity: B3: Rajah Kahn: * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR 59 Listed For Sale: renaissance prologue.
  5. Prologue was re-issued on CD in its original form by Repertoire Records in Expanded edition [ edit ] In Esoteric Recordings announced a re-mastered and expanded edition of the first Haslam era album which was released on the 28 September
  6. I think the guitar sound on Prologue is fantastic, particularly the palm-muted, scratchy power chords which so toughen up the sweetness of "Spare Some Love". This album introduced the Haslam era of the band with a confident, melodic set full of excellent songs, great musicianship and spacious arrangements/5(10).
  7. Michael Dunford had also performed with the band during the latter portion of its initial incarnation, and with Prologue he remained behind the scenes in a non-performing role. One of the three tracks he penned for the album, the simple-yet-soaring "Spare Some Love," was co .
  8. Prologue, an Album by Renaissance. Released in on Sovereign (catalog no. SVNA ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock, Symphonic Prog. Featured peformers: John Tout (keyboards, vocals, aka_text arrangements role_id aka_text), Annie Haslam (vocals, percussion), Rob Hendry (guitar, mandolin, aka_text chimes role_id aka_text, vocals), Jon Camp (bass, aka_text tampura role_id.
  9. The first album by the '70s (i.e. Annie Haslam) version of Renaissance is a transitional work, rooted in more standard hard rock sounds (including psychedelia) than what followed. One can spot the difference, which may please some listeners and put others off, in the fairly heavy guitar sound of "Prologue," Rob Hendry's electric instrument playing both lead and rhythm parts prominently at.

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