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Autumn Song - Magna Carta - Seasons (CD, Album)

08.11.2019

8 thoughts on “ Autumn Song - Magna Carta - Seasons (CD, Album) ”

  1. I found this double CD at an excellent price on Amazon, containing four full albums by Magna Carta, a three piece band. Each of the albums would be worth buying individually, especially 'Seasons' which contains a suite of songs for the yearly cycle from Autumn through to Summer, and includes an appearance by Rick Wakeman on keyboards, but all four at once is a bargain/5(7).
  2. Formed April , London, United Kingdom. Released August - Progressive Folk. A1 Seasons Prologue - Winter Song - Spring Poem - Spring Song -.
  3. ‘Seasons’ was the third album released by the much loved group founded by singer/songwriter Chris Simpson in Originally released in on Vertigo, this CD is largely devoted to a series of songs and poems inspired by the onset of Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.
  4. Times of Change () was released by Fontana, before their album, Seasons, reached number 55 on the UK Albums Chart, although thereafter Tranter returned to Australia. In , Magna Carta performed at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
  5. ‘Seasons’ was the third album released by the much loved group founded by singer/songwriter Chris Simpson in Originally released in on Vertigo, this LP is largely devoted to a series of songs and poems inspired by the onset of Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.
  6. Filled with harmonizing pastoral images of wishful orchestration, where the twenty-two minute track “Seasons” takes up the first side of the album, tweaked with pretentious precious narration suggesting to the listener, that if they would but tune their hearing and adjust the lights, that perhaps out of the corner of their eye, they may see enchanted fairies dancing about making this album most suitable for .
  7. Filled with harmonizing pastoral images of wishful orchestration, where the twenty-two minute track “Seasons” takes up the first side of the album, tweaked with pretentious precious narration suggesting to the listener, that if they would but tune their hearing and adjust the lights, that perhaps out of the corner of their eye, they may see enchanted fairies dancing about making this album most suitable for /5(26).
  8. This is a fine addition to the Magna Carta catalog--especially those wonderful early albums. In fact, the first four songs mirror the first side of "Lord of the Ages." Yes, it's that good. This is all classic Magna Carta--with the welcome addition of Wendy Ross on violin--which is featured throughout the album/5(17).

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