Roger Hodgson - Classics Live mp3 album
For most of my life, I've loudly and proudly identified myself as a Supertramp fan. All these years later, I listen with awe to the altogether stunning new Classics Live album only to discover that I am, in fact, first and foremost, a major Roger Hodgson fan. His is the voice that spoke to me as a young man, and speaks to me even more powerfully all these years later
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Classics Live is the fifth solo album by former Supertramp songwriter and co-founder Roger Hodgson, and his second live album. The album is a collection of his live performances from acoustic, band and orchestra shows recorded on his 2010 world tour An utterly inspired collection of live performances of the best-loved songs that Roger Hodgson has written and sung to date, Classics Live reminds us in the most vivid.
The live album was recorded at the Miners Foundry in Nevada City, California. He performed with a full band that included his son Andrew and Supertramp sax player John Helliwell Hodgson played King Arthur in the rock opera Excalibur: La Legende Des Celtes, and appeared on the album for two songs: "The Elements", and "The Will of God". The project was headed by Alan Simon and released in 1999. Though Hodgson's former bandmates in Supertramp announced a 40th Anniversary reunion tour, he was not invited to join them. Hodgson's Classics Live is a collection of recordings taken from solo, band, and orchestra shows from his 2010 world tour.
Twelve-String Guitar, Grand Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, Producer – Roger Hodgson. SINGLE CD ADVANCE RELEASE on back cover SPECIAL ADVANCE RELEASE on front ADVANCE RELEASE on CD Jewel case.
Classics Live may refer to: Classics Live (Roger Hodgson album), 2010. Classics Live I and II, a 1986 album by Aerosmith. Classics Live I and II. Classics Live and Classics Live II are a set of albums by the Boston-based rock band Aerosmith, released in 1986 and 1987, respectively. Together, they constitute the band's second live offering, after Live! Bootleg