Renaissance Rock Orchestra | In Times of Olde

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In Times of Olde

by Renaissance Rock Orchestra

"In Times Of Olde' by the Renaissance Rock Orchestra, the worlds greatest symphonic rock show, features majestic original rock pieces that include performances by artists from legendary rock bands such as Foreigner, AC/DC, Black Sabbath, & Guns n' Roses.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. The Ice Age Cometh
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2. Secrets in the Sand
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3. J.S. Rock
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4. First Light
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5. My Lonely Heart
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6. The Author of Mystery
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7. Galadriel
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8. Alexander's Symphony
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9. To Be with You
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10. The Maker of Dreams
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Renaissance Rock Orchestra’s music combines elements of classic rock, progressive metal and symphonic influences into a highly energetic and beautiful blend of powerful, spellbinding rock majesty. Recordings and concerts by this “Super Group” include performances by legendary rock artists. With influences from bands such as Queen, Led Zeppelin and Trans-Siberian Orchestra, music by the Renaissance Rock Orchestra features the majesty of classic rock blended into an epic symphonic powerhouse of sound.

"In Times Of Olde" features performances by some of the finest musicians in rock history including guitarists Bumblefoot ( Guns n' Roses), George Lynch ( Dokken, Lynch Mob) and Joel Hoekstra ( Whitesnake, TSO).

Vocalists include Robin McAuley ( McAuley-Schenker Group, Survivor), Mark Robert Boals ( Ted Nugent, Yngwie Malmsteen) and Tony Harnell ( TNT, Skid Row).

The iconic list of drummers on this record include Simon Wright ( AC/DC), Alan White ( Yes), Vinny Appice ( Black Sabbath, Dio), Brian Tichy ( Foreigner, Whitesnake, Billy Idol), Scott Rockenfield ( Queensryche), Ben Smith ( Heart), Roxy Petrucci ( Vixen) and Brent Fitz ( Alice Cooper, Slash).

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Ken Darby

Amazing songs.
When I first started to listen I thought this is absolutely astonishing. The staggering amount of stars on this compilation is simply perplexing. It just bewilders me that so many rock stars can get together so melodiously and proceed through the scales gliding through time of endearment. The diversity of the ditties nonplus and astonishing. Thank you so much RRO I love my CD.
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Kenny James Dean

My kinda music!!!
This band and these musicians have such dignity. The magnificence is so apparent The songs manifest such a positive involvement that is evident and distinct. This is a very exquisite compendium of songs. What a enormous placement of collection! KJD Kenny James Dean
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Carrie in Seattle

30 years in the making
And worth every minute of waiting. Following Gregg Fox for over 30 years in his music adventure and knowing RRO is a dream come true. The talent that has combined to make every song unique is phenomenal and is a true testimony of each persons love be of their craft. Of course I have my favorite songs but not one is better than the others which is what makes In Times of Olde an outstanding piece of work. I look forward to seeing the music performed live and lisenening to the love put into every note. This CD is in continual rotation in my music player. I can get lost in the music when I listen to it, so worth the experience.
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Brotha Darby

Great Job my Brotha's
My musician abilities are scolded after listening to this. This separates the men from the boyz. I really look up to this CD.
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Confidential Admirerer

Loving the songs
Thank you RRO for such great Songs!
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Phil

Where do I begin
If you want pop this is not for you...go away. This is an incredible project. The players , the writing, the production all bring something rarely heard these days. Class! This is elegant and dramatic. I've never heard anything else like it.
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Amy

Outstanding album
I have listened to this CD at least 50 times. The musicianship is incredible. The arraingments are world class and would love to see this show live. My favorite songs are "The Maker of Dreams" and "Alexander's Symphony". I can't wait to hear what these talented people have in store for us next. Do yourself a favor and listen with headphones on. You won't be disappointed
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Terrie J Cramer

Renaissance Rock Orchestra
It has been a long time since I sat down and listened to an entire album, but I had to with this one! I am a huge fan of Queen, Led Zepplin, and Styx and this is reminiscent of these rock legends. The world needs epic rock music that is inspiring and gets you up off the couch., and this is it! Truly epic and truly worth listening to again and again!
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Fukiko Kuranuki

One Beautiful jewelry album
This album has everything. Beautiful melody and lyrics, perfect sounds for every part, and performed by these musicians who are truly talented in their genre. Once note listened and instantly fall in love, and keep on listening again and again, and never get tired... Like a precious stone that you would never get bored staring at it.
Fantastic piece of art. Loving it.
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Joseph Perkins

Classic Prog that's new.
I really love this album! It's a classic in the truest sense. An ensemble cast of rock heroes all held down and anchored by The Keyboardist Gregg Fox. Get this CD you will not be disappointed.
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