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Tales of 1001 Nights Vol 1 Import

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  • Audio CD (27 Mar. 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B000002LKN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 290,464 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Prologue
  2. Can You Understand
  3. Carpet Of The Sun
  4. Running Hard
  5. I Think Of You
  6. Black Flame
  7. Mother Russia
  8. Ocean Gypsy
  9. Trip To The Fair
  10. The Vultures Fly High
  11. The Young Prince And Princess As Told By Scheherazade

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An excellent compilation for anyone new to Renaissance. Great mix of live and studio cuts from the era when the band where at their best. Superb vocals throughout and some outstanding backing, particularly from Jon Camp on bass and John Tout on piano.
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If you love Renaissance you won't need to read this and you won't want to.

I enjoyed Renaissance in the 70s and wanted a selection on CD as my vinyl playing days are over. So these compilations (1001 Nights Vol 1 and 2) looked ideal, but I have to draw the conclusion that their sell by date is past. Annie Haslem's voice was amazing - true. Some of the songs were very good - also true. Some of the arrangements were brilliant - true again (later ones were a bit trite). At the time it was interesting and unique and it was easy to overlook what is now so painfully clear, that the playing was often ordinary and rather bland without the vocals and orchestra. You could put together a stunningly good single CD compilation from the mid-late 70s albums from Renaissance, but on these volumes you also have to plough things which at best have modest historical interest. Stick to Carpet of the Sun, Ashes are Burning, Can You Hear Me Call, Midas Man, Ocean Gypsy and one or two others, but preferably the studio versions. The Carnegie Concert versions, which some "true fans" find better, sound thin and when they diverge from the originals they just lose their way. It may have been great live. And then there are the bad songs and the ones that have aged badly - Trip to the Fair (even the vocals are bad), Mother Russia (sorry fans), Prologue and Jekyll and Hyde.

But if you need another reason not to buy these compilations, then the liner notes by one David Samuel Barr are as good a reason as you will ever need. They are not informative and are so full of pejorative nonsense that one wonders who thought they were worth reproducing.
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all the classics get volume 2 also, great starter for anyone who has heard "Norhern Lights" and wondered did they ever do any other stuff that was any good? Shame they did not include my favourite track "Sounds Of the Sea" that appears only on "Prologue"
"Sheharazade and other stories" is also an excellent album to add to your collection.
So get collecting, still Love Betty Thatchers lyrics for "Sounds of the Sea" (sorry not on this album) in which she reveals her inner most thoughts about her love of the sea, I know what she means I only have to here a seagull and I am transported to the cliff top at Godrevy Lighthouse Kernow
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Excellent music
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disappointing
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