The BBC Sessions is a live album by Rennaissance recorded by the BBC.
It covers the period from 1975 to 1978 when prog rock was no longer fashionable but this is proof that there was still interesting music to be made. It’s the vocals of Annie Haslam that have helped me find a place for the band in my album collection.
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Songs On Renaissance The BBC Sessions
2. Vultures Fly High
3. Midas Man
4. Day Of The Dreamer
5. Touching Once
6. Songs Of Scheherazade
1. Can You Hear Me
2. Ocean Gypsy
3. Carpet Of The Sun
4. Mother Russia
5. Running Hard R
6. Ashes Are Burning
These were recorded on the following dates:
8 May 1975 CD 2, track 6
25 March 1976 CD 1, tracks 1 and 6
6 January 1977 CD 1, track 5, CD 2 tracks 1 to 4
19 August 1978 CD 1 tracks 2 to 4
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