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Oasis

21 Sep 2011 | Format: MP3

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4:33
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3:11
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Product details

  • Label: Oasis
  • Copyright: (C) 1973 Oasis
  • Total Length: 44:03
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  • ASIN: B005RNGOD2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 121,697 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By T. Smith on 16 Dec 2009
Format: Audio CD
I have just played my 25 year old vinyl copy and couldn't believe that it had so many clicks etc. on it (I've not played it more than 20 times since it was new). Loved it (apart from the clicks) so thought I would search for a CD version. Nice to see there is one, but at 95! Will stick to vinyl but, if you can afford it, this is a quality item from quality musicians (it's wonderful to hear the cello -Julian Lloyd Webber - in a solo "pop" type environment and, of course, Peter Skellern and Mary Hopkin are sublime). Recommended.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. J. Walker on 29 July 2010
Format: Audio CD
I brought this album when it was first released on cassette.I played it and played it.
The band contains only the finest musicians,excellent songs and beautiful music.It's
what you would expect of such talent as Peter Skellern,Mary Hopkin,Julian Lloyd Webber.
I now have the album on CD.The sound quality is superb.Buy and enjoy the best Oasis album
I have ever heard......
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. C. Trump on 6 Nov 2011
Format: Audio CD
Cast your mind back to the mid 80s and you might vaguely recall hearing a song called 'I wonder why' played on Radio 2 if you listened to that station at the time. It may have sounded like a Peter Skellern solo piece which on the face of it, it did sound like. Dig deeper, and you'll discover an album and band called Oasis (before the Oasis)full of top class musicianship and truly soothing, relaxing music.
Featuring Peter Skellern, Mary Hopkin, Julian Lloyd-Webber, Bill Lovelady and Mitch Dalton, this album did spend 15 weeks in the charts peaking at no.23 so not a total flop. But it could have been much bigger and were it not for a planned tour being cancelled due to Mary's illness, it surely would. Now it's one of those albums 'unavailable' and more's the pity.
The album kicks off with an instrumental 'Prelude' with Lloyd-Webber's cello much to the fore before launching into the wonderful 'If this be the last time' with Hopkin and Skellern dueting and singing harmony. 'I wonder why' is just Skellern and it's one of only two songs penned by Lovelady on the album. The bouncy 'Hold me' follows with Hopkin and Skellern again alternating on verses. The soothing title track follows next and it's a dreamy sound. 'Sirocco' (the other Lovelady track) is a two part affair with an instrumental first half followed by repeated vocal in spanish (I think). The best track on the album is the wonderful 'Who knows' with alternate verses from Hopkin and Skellern and then the two singing in counterpoint. The band performed this song live on BBCs 'Pebble Mill' at the time. Hopkin sings the next track 'Weavers of Moonbeams' to great effect, a lovely melody. The penultimate track 'Loved and Lost' is a moving instrumental with much rich cello playing from Lloyd-Webber.
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