Vangelis - Heaven And Hell album download
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|A1||Heaven And Hell (Part 1)||17:00|
|B1||Heaven And Hell (Part 2)
Vocals – Vana Veroutis
|B2||So Long Ago, So Clear
Lyrics By, Vocals – Jon Anderson
- Distributed By – Phonogram
- Pressed By – Columbia, Athens – 4169
- Arranged By, Producer, Keyboards, Percussion – Vangelis
- Artwork [Logo Design] – Geoff Halpin
- Artwork [Sleeve Concept] – Mike Doud
- Choir – The English Chamber Choir
- Conductor – Guy Protheroe
- Engineer – Alan Lucas
- Photography By – Paul Wakefield
NotesMade in Greece.
Original 1st pressing on black POLYDOR INTERNATIONAL with outer laminated gatefold sleeve and orange inner sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Other (On Labels): A/A 4169
|RS 1025||Vangelis||Heaven And Hell (LP, Album, Gat)||RCA||RS 1025||UK||1975|
|BVCM-37678, 82876-81850-2||Vangelis||Heaven And Hell (CD, Album, RE, RM, Car)||BMG, RCA||BVCM-37678, 82876-81850-2||Japan||2006|
|LPK1-5110||Vangelis||Heaven And Hell (Cass, Album)||RCA Victor||LPK1-5110||Australia||1975|
|AVS-4644||Vangelis||Heaven and Hell - Cielo e Infierno (LP)||RCA Victor||AVS-4644||Argentina||Unknown|
|ND71148||Vangelis||Heaven And Hell (CD, Album, RE)||RCA||ND71148||Europe||1989|
Heaven and Hell is a studio album by Greek electronic composer Vangelis, released in December 1975 on RCA Records. It is the first album recorded at his Nemo Studios in London that he used until 1987. It is a concept album based on duality.
référencement Heaven And Hell, LP, Album, LPL1-5110. Vangelis' first album made at Nemo Studios in London on the RCA Label. A symphonic and choral synthesiser work, it's bombastic and yet sublimely beautiful in many places. An except from Side 1 ended up as the theme song for the TV series Cosmos which made Vangelis almost a household name and propelled sales of the the album. Répondre Notifiez moi Helpful.
While it did provide us with the theme music for the TV series Cosmos and bring Jon Anderson into partnership with Vangelis (following an abortive approach to Vangelis joining Yes) on "So Long Ago, So Clear," it also served up massed Gothic choirs and a musical depiction of all the tortures of the damned, with an impressive amount of string-driven shrieking. Even so, it's a brilliant piece of work that should not be absent from any Vangelis collection.
Album · 1974 · 2 Songs. Heaven and Hell, Pt. I. Vangelis & Jon Anderson. 2. II. 21:21. Released: Dec 31, 1974.
Heaven and Hell was the first album Vangelis composed and recorded in his new Nemo Studios in London, the studio he used between 1975 and 1987. The album has classical overtones, in contrast with the progressive rock on both the previous and the following albums, Earth (1973) and Albedo . 9 (1976) respectively. Vangelis would return to classical style work ten years later, on Mask (1985). Vangelis dabbles with choral sections joined with his now typical electronic washes of sound, a concept he would return to in the nineties with his Conquest of Paradise and Mythodea. com/Heaven and Hell (Vangelis album). Heaven and Hell may refer to: Heaven and Hell. Heaven and Hell (Swedenborg), a 1758 book by Emanuel Swedenborg.
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Heaven and Hell is a studio album by Greek electronic composer Vangelis, released in December 1975 on RCA Records. In 1975, Vangelis moved to London where he set up his own Nemo Studios. The album was his first record made at the studio. He recalls that "I was trying.
Album Name Heaven and Hell. Data de lançamento 1975. Labels Polydor RCA Records Esoteric Recordings. Estilo de MúsicaElectronic Rock. Membros têm este álbum4. Disc 1 - haven and hell part 1. 1. Bacchanale.