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Merry Go Round - Eyes Of Blue - In Fields Of Ardath (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nov 18,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In Fields Of Ardath on Discogs/5(10).
  2. ESOTERIC RECORDINGS are pleased to announce the release of a newly remastered & expanded edition of the classic album by the legendary Welsh band EYES OF BLUE, “In Fields of Ardath”. Formed in , the band won the Melody Maker “Beat Contest” that year and signed to Decca’s Deram label.
  3. In Fields of Ardath, an Album by Eyes of Blue. Released in on Mercury (catalog no. SR ; Vinyl LP).
  4. In Fields of Ardath has a strictly baroque beginning and the entire album is quite baroque as well. “Merry Go Round” is more than nine minutes long and it’s lushly rhythm shifting. The rest of the album consists of short songs and instrumental .
  5. Merry Go Round A2 they recorded their second album, In Fields Of Ardath. Again unsuccessful, the band attempted a third album with Reizner in , but this time under the name Big Sleep and on the Pegasus label. Bluebell Wood is telltale of the times: there’s a marked progression between the 60s music of Eyes Of Blue and what was within.
  6. L. Glas, short for Lygaid Glas, Eyes of Blue in Welsh, was used as writing credits on Apache '69 The Eyes Of Blue evolved during the mid-sixties from covers and R&B band The Mustangs, based in Neath. The early line-up consisted of Wyndham Rees (Vocals), Ray Williams (Guitar), Ritchie Francis (Bass), Melvyn Davies (Guitar) and David Thomas (Drums).End date: Mar 16,
  7. Oct 26,  · “The title of the album stems from the interest of Eyes of Blue in the supernatural and the occult. Ardath is the title of a book by Marie Corelli published in The theme of the novel is based on the story of reincarnation. According to the book the field of Ardath is located near the ruined city of Babylon.
  8. Tracks 1 to 10 are their 2nd and last studio album "In Fields Of Ardath" as Eyes Of Blue – released December in the UK on Mercury Records SMCL and in the USA on Mercury Records SR (both Stereo). Tracks 1 and 10 written by Ritchie Francis Tracks 2 and 8 written by Gary Pickford-Hopkins/5(12).
  9. Eyes Of Blue - In Fields Of Ardath (Remastered Expanded Edition) (/) Merry Go Round - 2. The Light We See (Gary Pickford Hopkins) - including Bond's "Love Is the Law," "Crossroads of Time," and "7 and 7 Is," but even on their first album, the Eyes of Blue showed some Eastern influences. Their second album had some.

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