Download Vangelis - Heaven And Hell
|1||Heaven And Hell (Part 2)|
|2||Symphony To The Powers B|
|4||Heaven And Hell (Part 1)|
|11||Needles & Bones|
|12||So Long Ago, So Clear|
Lyrics By, Lead Vocals – Jon Anderson
- Arranged By, Producer, Keyboards, Percussion, Performer [Sundry Instruments], Composed By – Vangelis
- Choir – The English Chamber Choir
- Conductor – Guy Protheroe
- Design [Logo Design] – Geoff Halpin
- Design Concept [Sleeve Concept] – AGI , Mike Doud
- Engineer – Alan Lucas
- Lead Vocals – Vana Veroutis
- Photography By – Paul Wakefield
This is the version with black labels. For orange labels, see this one.
Recorded at Nemo Studios, London Sept. 1975
Piano supplied by BÖSENDORFER
Jon Anderson appears courtesy of Atlantic Records
Track listings appear only on labels
No bands separate A1b - A1d.
Essex Music Int. except A2 Essex Music Int./Topographic Music/Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
℗ 1975 RCA Ltd. © 1975 RCA Limited, Record Division
Marketed by RCA Limited
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Stamped): RS 1025 A-1 U
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Stamped): RS 1025 B-1 U
- Other (Price code): HH
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – RCA Ltd.
- Marketed By – RCA Ltd.
- Printed By – Robert Stace
- Published By – Essex Music International
- Published By – Topographic Music Ltd.
- Published By – Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – Nemo Studios
Heaven and Hell is a studio album by Greek electronic composer Vangelis, released in December 1975 on RCA Records. It is the first album recorded at his Nemo Studios in London that he used until 1987. It is a concept album based on duality. The album marks Vangelis' departure from the progressive rock sound on his previous album Earth 1973, with adoption of a more classical synthesized sound, as well his UK chart debut. The constant struggle between good and evil in the vision of Evángelos Odysséas Papathanassíou or Vangelis musician, composer and Greek author. Here in - Heaven And Hell 1975. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Electronic New Age. Songs in album Vangelis - Heaven And Hell 1975. Vangelis - Heaven And Hell. Part I So Long Ago, So Clear. Part II. Listen free to Vangelis Heaven and Hell Heaven and Hell, Part 1: Bacchanale, Symphony to the Powers B, 2nd Movement, 3rd Movement, So Long Ago, So Clear and more. 3 tracks 43:04. Released in 1975, the original LP divided the two long tracks into separate movements, as such: 1. Heaven and Hell, Part One a. Bacchanale b. Symphony to the Powers B Movements 1 and 2 c. Movement 3 from Symphony to the Powers B d. So Long Ago, So Clear 2. Heaven and Hell, Part Two a. Intestinal Bat b. Needles and Bones c. 12 O'Clock d. Aries e. A Way Movement 3 wa. Heaven and Hell. Heaven and Hell, Pt. Vangelis & Jon Anderson. Vangelis started making solo albums at the turn of the 1970s, but on 10 January 1976, his climb towards worldwide recognition took a significant upswing, as he made his UK chart debut. The record in question was his sixth album release, Heaven and Hell, which placed his name on the British bestsellers for the first time. The album arrived at No. 60, reaching its No. 31 peak two weeks later, and was notable for embracing classical themes rather than the progressive rock leanings of the Greek instrumentalists work to that point. Whatever it was, Heaven or Hell, the finished album marks an era of newly found freedom for Vangelis, who had just signed to the RCA label. For the first time using just his first name, Heaven and Hell is Vangelis at his very best, with unprecedented grandeur, a mix of electronic instruments and percussion, accompanied by the voices of the English Chamber Choir and the angelic voices of Jon Anderson and Vana Veroutis. A true Vangelis classic Tracklist The tracklist of Heaven and Hell is quite a mess. First of all the CD only refers to both sides of the original LP as part 1 and part 2 where. Album Name Heaven and Hell. Type Album. Released date 1975. Labels Polydor RCA Records Esoteric Recordings. Music StyleElectronic Rock. Members owning this album6. Disc 1 - haven and hell part 1. Vangelis' first album made at Nemo Studios in London on the RCA Label. A symphonic and choral synthesiser work, it's bombastic and yet sublimely beautiful in many places. An except from Side 1 ended up as the theme song for the TV series Cosmos which made Vangelis almost a household name and propelled sales of the the album. Répondre Me notifier Helpful. Cardia1