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Recollections

Recollections

Artist: Asia

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Digital Album: $9.99
Recollections
Recollections

Artist: Asia
MP3
1. Sirius/Eye in the Sky (Alan Parsons Project)
$0.99
2. Court of the Crimson King (King Crimson)
$0.99
3. Highways of the Sun (Camel)
$0.99
4. I Know You re Out There Somewhere (Moody Blues)
$0.99
5. It Can Happen (Yes)
$0.99
6. Land of Confusion (Genesis)
$0.99
7. Locomotive Breath (Jethro Tull)
$0.99
8. Rock and Roll Star (Barclay James Harvest)
$0.99
9. Nothing To Lose (UK)
$0.99
10. Lucky Man (Emerson Lake and Palmer)
$0.99

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: WATER MUSIC RECORDS
Rel. Date: 04/08/2014
UPC: 065219453627

More Info:

ASIA featuring John Payne's 2014 full-length, Recollections, reignites classic British progressive rock songs with a fresh fire! In 2011, serendipity jumpstarted this project. While sitting in his Southern California studio one day, John Payne heard the Yes song It Can Happen and instantly felt inspired. One by one, his bandmates contributed to the project as they tackled classics from the likes of King Crimson. Throughout the sessions, they managed to infuse their signature styles into the originals while reverentially paying homage to the respective artists.

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