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Renaissance - Live At Carnegie Hall

Renaissance - Live At Carnegie Hall

Performer: Renaissance
Title: Live At Carnegie Hall
Style: Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock
Released: 1976
Cat#: RCA-9117-18
Country: Japan
Label: RCA
Size MP3 version: 2970 mb
Size FLAC version: 2025 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 524
Genre: Rock

Renaissance - Live At Carnegie Hall


Tracklist

1Carpet Of The Sun3:37
2Prologue7:30
3Running Hard9:40
4Mother Russia10:23
5Ashes Are Burning22:59
6Can You Understand10:26
7Ocean Gypsy7:13
8Scheherazade28:48

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BTM 2001Renaissance Live At Carnegie Hall ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)BTM RecordsBTM 2001UK1976
2147-3902Renaissance Live At Carnegie Hall ‎(2xLP, Album)Sire2147-3902Canada1976
AIRAC-1535~6Renaissance Live At Carnegie Hall ‎(2xCD, Album, Comp, MLP)BTM RecordsAIRAC-1535~6Japan2009
BTM 2001Renaissance Live At Carnegie Hall ‎(2xLP, Album)BTM Records, RCA VictorBTM 2001France1976
26.28146, BTM 2001Renaissance Live At Carnegie Hall ‎(2xLP, Album)RCA International, BTM Records26.28146, BTM 2001Germany1976

Credits

  • Acoustic GuitarMichael Dunford
  • Artwork [Original Cover And Collage]Fred Marcellino
  • BassJon Camp
  • Drums, PercussionTerrence Sullivan
  • EngineerCarmine Rubino
  • KeyboardsJohn Tout
  • Lead VocalsAnnie Haslam
  • Music ByThatcher, Tout (tracks: C1), Camp (tracks: C1), Dunford
  • Photography ByAnnie Haslam, Bob Gruen, Chuck Pulin, Denis Degnan, John Kuczynski
  • VocalsJohn Tout, Jon Camp, Michael Dunford, Terrence Sullivan

Notes

Recorded at Carnegie Hall,
June 20, 21, 22, 1975 by Record Plant, New York
2pages Lyrics sheet

Companies

  • Manufactured By – RVC Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BTM Records

Video

Album

Live at Carnegie Hall is a 1976 live double album by the English progressive rock band Renaissance. It presented songs from all of the band's Annie Haslam-era studio albums thus far, including the forthcoming at the time of the concerts Scheherazade and Other Stories. All songs by Michael Dunford and Betty Thatcher, except where noted. Songs in album Renaissance - Live At Carnegie Hall 1976. Renaissance - Prologue. Renaissance - Ocean Gypsy. Renaissance - Carpet Of The Sun. Renaissance - Running Hard. Live at Carnegie Hall Renaissance. Prog-RockArt Rock. Ashes Are Burning Live at Carnegie Hall. 8 Songs, 1 Hour 43 Minutes. Released: Aug 26, 1976. 2017 Cherry Red Records. More By Renaissance. Turn of the Cards. Track 6 - Mother Russia from the album Live At Carnegie Hall 1976 - fourth great album in a row for Renaissance, Live at Carnegie Hall was recorded at three concerts on June 20, 21, and 22, 1975, at New York's Carnegie Hall. Although no one could have known it at the time. one side of the original double LP and more than half of the second disc in the CD version. It and the seven other cuts range across the group's repertory, including revamped versions of Prologue, Can You Understand, Carpet of the Sun, and Ashes Are Burning, plus live versions of Mother Russia and Running Hard and a concert preview of Ocean Gypsy. Listen free to Renaissance Live at Carnegie Hall Prologue, Ocean Gypsy and more. 8 tracks 85:47. The best and most elegant and powerful version of Ashes are Burning you will ever hear The sound quality in this live album and the workmanship makes the music come alive It makes one tingle and makes one stop and really listen every time you will hear this version of Annie singing Ashes are burning brightly, the smoke can be seen from afar, so now we're seeing how far Ashes are buning the way Ahhhhhhhhhh,. Live At Carnegie Hall is a music live recording by RENAISSANCE Symphonic ProgProgressive Rock released in 1976 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. 2 LP: BTM Records BTM 2001 1976 2 CD: Repertoire Records REP 4506-WL Ger1994 2 CD: HTD Records CD 40 UK 1995. Live At Carnegie Hall is the debut double live album of Renaissance and was released in 1976. The line up on the album is Annie Haslam, Michael Dunford, John Tout, Jon Camp and Terence Sullivan. The album has also the participation of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and the choir with Tony Cox, the orchestra conductor. The release of this live album was taken from a live show recorded at Carnegie Hall in New York City in 1975, which was performed with the backing of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Carnegie Hall is a famous New York theatre better known for its classical performances than for rock concerts. Side A. Prologue Dunford - 7:35. Ocean Gypsy - 7:55. Can You Understand - 10:20

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