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Seasons Changing

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Product details

  • Audio CD (5 Aug. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Prog Temple
  • ASIN: B00DMUFXZW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,078 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
This was Byzantium's second album for A&M records. The previous reviewer's have done a good job, i wanted to add that if one enjoys Good vocal harmony work, Melodic songs (with a touch of Jazz), great instrumentation , & Clever Songwriting, this could be for You ! Yes, it is of it's time ( the 70's ), but people of all ages Love that era !! Byzantium clearly show versatile influences from the likes of CSN, Beatles, to Jazz. This album contains "I'll Always be your Friend" , a truly uplifting song that will make you just feel Good and want to dance !
However , as much as i like "Seasons Changing" , it is "Byzantium" (1972), that is their Finest achievement. It contains several masterpieces notably the Epic "Why ( or maybe it's because" , & the Haunting "I am a Stranger to my Life". An Incredible song which NEVER fails to move my 56 year old head on each and every listen.
I believe Prog Temple are re-issuing "BYZANTIUM" in 2014.
Give them both a listen, if your into similar scenes, ya won't be disappointed...
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Format: Audio CD
This one just popped into my "...you might like this album..." notification from Amazon so as i hadn't listened to my vinyl copy for 30+ years i thought it was time i gave it another spin.
So this is purely a review of the music from the vinyl and not the newly re-issued CD format.
They were not especially well known in the early 70's and i can't see how this album is likely to improve matters now. They're said to be "prog rock" but i don't see that at all, in fact it's more like pleasant enough melodic folk-rock with psychedelic/jazzy tinges comparable to other similar bands of the time such as Barclay James Harvest, A band called "O" or even Caravan.
They had 3 guitarists including Chas Jankel, who later was more famous with his collaboration in the Blockheads with Ian Dury, but the instruments are definitely underused except in the rather good opener "what a coincidence".
They all took turns with vocals (except the drummer) and harmonized well but most of the tracks are fairly lacklustre with only occasional enjoyable flourishes.
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this is the review of the newly remastered cd on the brilliant prog temple label.not some 40 year old vinyl.i heard this when it first came out.but could never find it until now.i loved it then and still do.especially the trilogy something you said .nearly twenty minutes long.great vocals guitars even a bit of synth.the opening track- what a coincidence is a dual guitar rocker.some of the other tracks aren't quite as good but they are good.the remastered sound is brilliant.i originally ordered this from amazon but after 2 months of waiting.and no explination as to why.i cancelled it.found it on ebay for the same price 5 days later it was in my hand.great cd.
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