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    Main » 2010 » May » 20 » Tempest ~ 1973 ~ Tempest + 1974 ~ Living in Fear
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    Tempest ~ 1973 ~ Tempest + 1974 ~ Living in Fear
    Tempest ~ 1973 ~ Tempest + 1974 ~ Living in Fear
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, scans) & mp3 (320k, covers)
    time: 1:14'22"  size: 447 or 180 mb
    misc.: 1990

    the Tapestry of Delights:

    Formed by Mark Clarke and Jon Hiseman after the demise of jazz-rockers
    Colosseum. Their original vocalist,
    Paul Williams, had previously played with
    Zoot Money,
    John Mayall and
    Juicy Lucy. This line-up recorded Jon Hiseman's Tempest and toured mostly on the Continent and opened for
    Rory Gallagher in the U.S.A..


    Williams left in June 1973 followed by Holdsworth a month later. Holdsworth went on to play for
    Soft Machine and was later part of Level 42. In the interim Ollie Halsall was brought in on guitar, and their first BBC live performance captured the change in line-up withWilliams, Holdsworth and Halsall performing together. Halsall went on to play with John Otway.

    Line-up © played at the Reading Festival in August 1973 and recorded Living In Fear before splitting in mid-1974. A year later Hiseman formed Colosseum II. Mark Clarke later was briefly in Uriah Heep.

    These two albums show Hiseman moving away from the jazz-rock of
    Colosseum in favour of a sort of mundane and far less satisfying power rock with Tempest.

    (Vernon Joynson / Keith Hyman)

    73:

    1. Gorgon (5:44)
    2. Foyers Of Fun (3:41)
    3. Dark House (5:02)
    4. Brothers (3:37)


    5. Up And On (4:19)
    6. Grey And Black (2:29)
    7. Strangeher (4:07)
    8. Upon Tomorrow (6:41)

    Allan Holdsworth / guitars, violin, vocals
    Mark Clarke / bass, keyboards, vocals, all vocals on 6
    Paul Williams / vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards
    Jon Hiseman / drums, percussion

    74:

    09. Funeral Empire 4:28
    10. Paperback Writer 2:36
    11. Stargazer 3:41
    12. Dance To My Tune 7:54
    13. Living In Fear 4:20
    14. Yeah Yeah Yeah 3:43
    15. Waiting For A Miracle 5:21
    16. Turn Around 6:11

    Mark Clark / bass and vocals
    Jon Hiseman / drums and percussion
    Ollie Halsall / guitars, moog synthesiser, piano, vocals

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