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Box of Circles

by England

A refreshing ...and outstandingly-unique addition to the field of symphonic/classic progressive rock. The quintessentially english band, England (of Garden Shed fame) have launched themselves further up into the stratosphere...
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Carmina Burana
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2. Destiny
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3. Hymn
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4. Masters of War
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5. God Must Be a Boogieman
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6. Timelessness
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7. Fags, Booze & Lottery
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8. It Couldn't Be You
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9. Wheel of Fortune
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10. Fine Alley
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is England's 3rd studio album and has been many years in the making. One or two tracks have appeared as 'bonus tracks' on re-releases of previous England albums (see CDBaby and NuMusi websites), but now for the first time, the 'concept album', if we dare use that term, is complete. Many guest singers and instrumentalists have added their musicianship to the original (1977) line up. So... Marc Atkinson (of Riversea), Jenny Darren, and Henry Dagg (to name a few) appear. Additionally, later band members from the Baja Festival days (2006), Al Johnson, Maggie Alexander and Steve Laffy have been a major influence in the development of ideas. As is conventional in defining 'progressive rock music', there is a strong western classical music influence: classical choir singing (Sjaak vander Bent, Baritone), 'early music' singing (Clara and Nina Kanter), and symphonic keyboard ideas, mostly on 'authentic analogue instruments' such as the Mellotron and Minimoog synthesiser. Extra-ordinary ideas, extra-ordinarily performed.
See the band website for more info: englandprogrock.com.

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