Title - 'Annie In Wonderland: Remastered'
Artist - Annie Haslam
For those not in the know, Annie Haslam is an English vocalist, songwriter, and painter who is best known as the lead singer of progressive rock band Renaissance since 1971; and for her long and diverse solo singing career.
Indeed, she has a five-octave vocal range and from 2002, Haslam has developed a parallel career as a visual artist, producing paintings on canvas, painted musical instruments, and giclées.
Esoteric Recordings have just released (October 4th, 2019) the release of a newly re-mastered edition of the 1977 debut solo album by the celebrated vocalist, Annie Haslam.
Recorded in London whilst Renaissance were taking a break from recording and touring, the album was produced by legendary musician and songwriter Roy Wood (who also wrote three songs and played a staggering variety of instruments on the recordings).
The album also featured two compositions by Jon Camp of Renaissance and three cover versions, including a stunning rendition of the spiritual ‘Going Home’.
(If I Were Made of Music)'
2. 'I Never Believed in Love'
3. 'If I Loved You'
6. 'Nature Boy'
7. 'Inside My Life'
8. 'Going Home'
Now featuring some rather crystalline pure digital remastering efforts, which mean you will (as a devoted fan) most certainly pick up on sounds you had never heard before within each song,
on my well-worn vinyl disk. The English part of the notes failed to credit the London Welsh Male Voice Chorus on "Going Home."
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