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Magna Carta
Great Britain
Tomorrow Never Comes - Anthology 1969-2000 (2CD) progressive

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2.Airport Song
4.Autumn Song / Epilogue
5.Time For The Leaving
8.Roll On
9.Wish It Was
10.Two Old Friends
11.Father John
12.Isn’t It Funny (And Not A Little Bit Strange)
13.Nothing So Bad (It CAn’t Get Better)
14.Mixed Up Sensations / Old Man
15.I’m Gonna Take You Down
16.You Are Only What You Are
17.Stop Bringing Me Down
18.One Man’s Heaven
19.You And I
2.Love On The Wire
3.Visions In A Crowd
4.Putting It Back Together
5.Highway To Spain
7.Wild Geese
8.Sting Of The Gin
9.Wind On The Water
10.Midnight Blue
11.Blues For A Long Road Home
12.For The Gypsy
13.Pictures In My Pillow
14.No Truth In The Rumour
15.Winterlude / Ulysses
18.Seasons In The Tide
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REPUK 1103 CD 2007   19.50
Prisoners on the Line progressive

Enlarge this picture! - Roy Babbington / bass
- Hennie Bekker / keyboards
- BJ Cole / pedal Steel guitar
- Les Cyrcle / drums
- Mike Findley / guitar
- Tom Hoy / guitar and vocals
- Dave Markee / bass
- Nigel Portman Smith / accordian
- Chris Simpson / guitar and vocals
- Robin Thyne / guitar and vocals
- Emil Zjhbz / vocals
- Robin Ellis / soliquays

2.Soliloquy 1
3.Wild Horses
4.Ain’t No Turning Back
5.Faces Of London
6.When You Fall
7.Soliloquy 2
9.In Tomorrow
10.Song For John
11.Rainy Day Companion
12.Nothing So Bad (It Can’t Get Better)
13.Idle Wind
14.C’est-La-Vie (That’s Life)
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REPUK 1125 CD 1978   17.00
Lord of the Ages progressive

Enlarge this picture! ‘Lord Of The Ages’ was the fifth release by a British group that took folk music into a new dimension during the early Seventies. All the songs are written by founder member Chris Simpson and vary in mood from the gentle lilting introspection of ‘Wish It Was’ and ‘Two Old Friends’, to the more dramatic title track that evolves into an aggressive blues style ‘work song’.

A strong front line and rhythm section, with Stan Gordon on guitar and Gerry Conway on drums, supports the sensitive lead vocals of Glen Stuart, and the whole band blends rock and folk styles with consummate ease.

- Chris Simpson / guitar, vocals
- Glenn Stuart / vocals
- Stan Gordon / guitar, vocals

Guest musicians
- Gordon Huntley / steel guitar
- Graham Smith / bass
- Danny Thompson / bass
- Gerry Conway / drums

1.Wish It Was
2.Two Old Friends
3.Lord Of The Ages
4.Isn’t It Funny (And Not A Little Bit Strange)
5.Song Of Evening
6.Father John
7.That Was Yesterday
8.Falkland Grene (From The Scottish B.B.C TV Series ‘Castle In The Air’)
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REPUK 1100 CD 1973   15.00
Live at Royal Albert Hall progressive

Enlarge this picture! Lost for four decades, Magna Carta’s legendary performance of their thematic masterpiece ‘Seasons’ with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at London’s Royal Albert Hall in 1971 finally sees the light of day!

Mainman Chris Simpson wrote ‘Seasons’ – a hugely moving and ambitious piece aligning the seasons of man with the seasons of the year. The original studio recording of ‘Seasons’ was a huge hit, but when jazz legend John Dankworth asked if he could score an arrangement of the piece, it took on a whole new life, which reached its pinnacle as Magna Carta (Chris Simpson, Glen Stuart and Davey Johnstone) enthralled a full house at the Royal Albert Hall.

The album features the first seven tracks played by the band - including one of their best-loved songs ‘Sea & Sand’ and a show-stopping virtuoso performance of the famous folk tune ‘The Mason’s Apron’ by Davey Johnstone - before being joined by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for their final, epic and highly emotional delivery of the complete ‘Seasons’ suite.

Chris Simpson tracked down the long-lost tapes of the show, then mixed them for release, with Jon Astley mastering the finished recording. The extensive liner note by music journalist and author Colin Irwin includes an interview with Chris Simpson that details the full story behind the creation of ‘Seasons’, the concert and the celebrations with Princess Margaret at Kensington Palace that followed the show.

1.Parliament Hill
3.Sea And Sand
4.The Boatman
5.The Mason’s Apron
6.7 O’Clock Hymn
7.Old John Parker
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REPUK 1216 CD 1971   16.00