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Digitally remastered and expanded two disc (CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition of the acclaimed Curved Air album Phantasmagoria. Released in 1972, the album was the first to feature a line-up of Sonja Kristina (vocals, acoustic guitar), Darryl Way (violin, piano), Francis Monkman (guitar, keyboards, VCS3), Florian Pilkington-Miksa (drums) and new member Mike Wedgwood (bass, vocals).The band's third album featured such classic tracks as 'Marie Antoinette', the title track and 'Melinda (More or Less)' and was acclaimed and another hit album in the UK and Europe. This expanded two-disc edition includes three bonus tracks, namely two previously unreleased versions of 'Marie Anotinette' and 'Melinda (More or Less)' with French and Italian lyrics respectively and the non-album single 'Sarah's Concern' (released on CD for the first time). The release has been remastered by Francis Monkman and also includes a DVD featuring the band's appearance on the Belgian TV show Pop Shop in 1972 and their performances on the Austrian TV show Spotlight the same year. Phantasmagoria features an illustrated booklet with an essay by Malcolm Dome featuring exclusive interviews.
Digitally remastered and expanded two disc (CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition of the acclaimed Curved Air album Phantasmagoria. Released in 1972, the album was the first to feature a line-up of Sonja Kristina (vocals, acoustic guitar), Darryl Way (violin, piano), Francis Monkman (guitar, keyboards, VCS3), Florian Pilkington-Miksa (drums) and new member Mike Wedgwood (bass, vocals).The band's third album featured such classic tracks as 'Marie Antoinette', the title track and 'Melinda (More or Less)' and was acclaimed and another hit album in the UK and Europe. This expanded two-disc edition includes three bonus tracks, namely two previously unreleased versions of 'Marie Anotinette' and 'Melinda (More or Less)' with French and Italian lyrics respectively and the non-album single 'Sarah's Concern' (released on CD for the first time). The release has been remastered by Francis Monkman and also includes a DVD featuring the band's appearance on the Belgian TV show Pop Shop in 1972 and their performances on the Austrian TV show Spotlight the same year. Phantasmagoria features an illustrated booklet with an essay by Malcolm Dome featuring exclusive interviews.
5013929473843
Curved Air - Phantasmagoria

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Format: CD
Label: ESOT
Rel. Date: 08/03/2018
UPC: 5013929473843

Phantasmagoria
Artist: Curved Air
Format: CD
New: Available In Store $18.96
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Marie Antoinette
2. Melinda (More or Less)
3. Not Quite the Same
4. Cheetah
5. Ultra-Vivaldi
6. Phantasmagoria
7. Whose Shoulder Are You Looking Over Anyway?
8. Over and Above
9. Once a Ghost, Always a Ghost 1
10. Sarah's Concern 1
11. Marie Anoinette (French Lyrics Version) 1
12. Melinda (More or Less) (Italian Lyrics Version) 1
13. Marie Anoinette 1
14. Propositions 1
15. Melinda (More or Less) 1
16. Vivaldi 1
17. Melinda (More or Less) 1
18. Phantasmagoria 1
19. Ultra Vivaldi

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Digitally remastered and expanded two disc (CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition of the acclaimed Curved Air album Phantasmagoria. Released in 1972, the album was the first to feature a line-up of Sonja Kristina (vocals, acoustic guitar), Darryl Way (violin, piano), Francis Monkman (guitar, keyboards, VCS3), Florian Pilkington-Miksa (drums) and new member Mike Wedgwood (bass, vocals).The band's third album featured such classic tracks as 'Marie Antoinette', the title track and 'Melinda (More or Less)' and was acclaimed and another hit album in the UK and Europe. This expanded two-disc edition includes three bonus tracks, namely two previously unreleased versions of 'Marie Anotinette' and 'Melinda (More or Less)' with French and Italian lyrics respectively and the non-album single 'Sarah's Concern' (released on CD for the first time). The release has been remastered by Francis Monkman and also includes a DVD featuring the band's appearance on the Belgian TV show Pop Shop in 1972 and their performances on the Austrian TV show Spotlight the same year. Phantasmagoria features an illustrated booklet with an essay by Malcolm Dome featuring exclusive interviews.
        
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