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8 thoughts on “ Hymn - Vangelis - Portraits {So Long Ago, So Clear} (CD)

  1. "Hymn" unreleased new mix "Antarctica" from the album: Antarctica () "Sauvage et beau" previously unreleased "Chariots of fire" from the album: Chariots of fire () "So long ago so clear" from the album: Heaven and hell () CD: Polydor (Australia) Zounds Gold CD D (Austria) Gold remastered.
  2. It’s hard to believe some of this music was made so long ago, delightful to hear the old wonders come across so clear. If you’re looking for the best of Vangelis on a single disc, Portraits is a sight better than anything else out there. TRACK LISTING. TO THE UNKNOWN MAN (Vangelis) ITALIAN SONG (Vangelis/Jon Anderson)
  3. Jon first appears on Vangelis' album "Heaven and Hell" in , singing his lyrics to the song "So long ago, so clear", Although denied by both artists, some people still believe to hear Vangelis' hand in Jon's first solo-album "Olias of Sunhillow" ().
  4. In , Vangelis was considered as a replacement for Rick Wakeman as keyboardist in Yes, and although the job went to Patrick Moraz, it led to several collaborations with Anderson, who contributed vocals to Vangelis' Heaven and Hell () on the song "So Long Ago, So Clear", harp to Opera Sauvage () on "Flamants Roses" and finally vocals to See You Later .
  5. Portraits (So Long Ago, So Clear) is a set of 15 pieces covering approximately 20 years of Vangelis ' career. He is, undoubtedly, the most commercial electronic musician ever. He has recorded dozens of major motion picture soundtracks and dozens of delightful albums. This CD is an accurate cross section of those efforts.5/
  6. Sep 21,  · Já "Portraits" (So Long Ago, So Clear) é uma coletânea musical do músico grego Vangelis, lançada em O álbum traz algumas das mais famosas composições de Vangelis bem como canções.
  7. VANGELIS - Italian Song - Portraits So Long Ago so Clear by Gabci Vangelis - Pulstar by mapkos "So Long Ago, So Clear" by Vangelis and Jon Anderson by TheBirthdayGreetings.
  8. The first Vangelis collection to contain his work for BMG, Polydor, and Warner Music/Atlantic, all assembled on to one ethereal, cut CD. Includes, of course, Chariots of Fire; So Long Ago, So Clear; Pulstar; Conquest of Paradise (from the film "Conquest of Paradise"); Himalaya, and more, with two unreleased tracks!Reviews:

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