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News: Renaissance Have Two Rare Live Albums Released


Cleopatra Records To Release Two Rare Live Albums By Renaissance.
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Cleopatra Records is releasing two rare live albums by Renaissance. The first release on was released on February 3rd and is called DeLane Lea Studios 1973 (2015). This album is live-in-the-studio recording from Renaissance performing to a small gathering of friends at the historic DeLane Lea Studios in London (used by everyone from The Beatles to Queen, Jimi Hendrix & Pink Floyd). Beguiling vocalist and ingenue Annie Haslam leads her group through nearly the entire fourth album of the band (and second with the classic lineup) Ashes Are Burning (1973) with special guest appearances by Wishbone Ash's Andy Powell and folk singer Al Stewart!


Tracklist:
1. Can You Understand
2. Let It Grow
3. Sounds Of The Sea
4. Carpet Of The Sun
5. At The Harbour
6. Ashes Are Burning (with Andy Powell and Al Stewart)
7. Prologue

You can purchase Renaissance's DeLane Lea Studios 1973 (2015) right now in CD on Cleopatra online shop and digitally on iTunes.

The second CD is called Academy Of Music 1974 (2015) and will be released on March 31st. This one contains a live performance that showcases the band's latest release at the time Turn Of The Cards (1974).


Tracklist:
Disc 1

1. Can You Understand
2. Black Flame
3. Carpet Of The Sun
4. Cold Is Being
5. Things I Don’t Understand
6. Running Hard
Disc 2
1. Ashes Are Burning
2. Mother Russia
3. Prologue

Academy Of Music 1974 (2015) will also be available in CD on Cleopatra online shop and digitally on iTunes.

Source: Press release
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