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AUTUMN TO SPRING

The Nice

 

Symphonic Prog

3.85 | 13 ratings

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KMacNutt
4 stars Originally released in 1972 by Charisma as a contractual obligations album, this turned out to be a far stronger release than their two official albums for the label ('Five Bridges' and "Elegy'). Collecting alternate versions and outtakes from their first album and early singles, this collection is fantastic from start to finish. Tracks such as "Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack" and "Flower King Of Flies" are in longer form while "Diamond Hard Blue Apples Of The Moon" and "Azrael (Angel Of Death" (CD reissue only) are presented here, for the first time, in true stereo. The version of "Daddy Where Did I Come From?" is completely different featuring David O'List on guitar and bassist Lee Jackson on vocals (the album version from 'Ars Longa Vita Brevis' featured no guitar and Keith Emerson on vocals).
KMacNutt | 4/5 |

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