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A SONG FOR ALL SEASONS

Renaissance

 

Symphonic Prog

3.63 | 241 ratings

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sinslice
4 stars The hallmarks of the band is present.

Another beautiful work of Dunford, Camp, Haslam, Tout and Sullivan.

With two major pieces like The Day of The Dreamer and A Song for All Seasons, properly orchestrated by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Are worthy songs from the era symphonic band.

There are two songs with vocals of Jon Camp, Kindness at the End and She is Love. Both are nice and pleasant.

Opening Out and Closer Than Yesterday are relatively acceptable from the standpoint of progressive.

Northern Lights and Back Home Again anticipating what will come next, and are just good pop songs, which gave a good commercial revenue to the group at the time.

3.5 rating.

sinslice | 4/5 |

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